Kompira

Japanese - A god, guardian of sailors. He is depicted as black in colour, with a fat belly, seated and holding a purse. In some accounts, he was one of the twenty-eight Nijuhachi-Bushu. On occassion, known as Kompira, Kompera, Kompera, Konpira, Konpira, Kubera, Kubera, Dhana-Pati, K(a)uvera, Hindu Vaishravana, Indonesian Kuwera, Japanese Bishamon, Thai Kupera, Tibetan Rnam-thos-sras, Kubera, Sudurmukha, Kubira, Kubira, Lord of Demons, Lord of Demons, Buddhist Kubera, Buddhist Kubera, Kovero, Kupera, Kuwera, Hindu Kubera, Hindu Kubera, Bishamon, Jambhala, Susanowa, Susanowa, Impetuous Male, Susa-no-o, Susano, Susano-Wo, Susanoo, Take-haya Susanowo, Withering Wind of Summer, Gozo Tenno, Gozu Tenno, Susano(o) or Buto.

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