Kenro-ji-jin was the Fortune of Soil. [1] Every farmer and gardener tended to a small shrine to Kenro-ji-jin near their fields. The Fortune of Soil tended to be impartial, and it took great efforts to draw the attention of Kenro-ji-jin for good or for ill. Kenro-ji-jin often interacted with the other Fortunes, most notably Inari, Kuroshin, Daikoku, and Ebisu. The Fox Clan held the foremost of Kenro-ji-jin's shrines within the Empire. [2]

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  1. Way of the Phoenix, p. 31
  2. Fortunes & Winds, p. 71

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