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"Fukawasa-zeniarai-benzaiten"

"Fukasawa" is the name of place in Hakone, Japan.
Hindisum Goddess "Sarasvati" was became "Ben Ten" incorporated into Buddhism in japan.
And, "Zeni-arai" means "Washing coins" in English.
There is a belief that mony comeback become many times when wash the coins in the fountain water.

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