EBISU

EBISU

G-7900SLG-4

G-7900SLG-4

Released on Oct.

The first of seven models, the Ebisu model is based on the G-7900, a high-performance digital model intended for use in harsh environmental conditions. In addition to the base red coloration, a seam bream is depicted in gold on the watch strap keeper, symbolizing a bountiful catch. When the EL backlight is illuminated, a “G”, the first letter of “G-Shock”, appears in the display. Completing the full set of the Seven Lucky Gods G-SHOCK will allow you to create all of the letters and the hyphen in “G-Shock”.

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G-7900SLG-4JR

Band print

G-7900SLG-4JR

Band ring

G-7900SLG-4JR

The letter “G” in the EL backlight

EBISU

Ebisu is called the only Japanese God in the Seven Deities of Good Fortune. There are two views that one is the history from he was "Hiruko" who is a child of Izanami and Izanagi, and the other is from "Kotoshironushi-no-Kami". From his style with a sea bream in his left hand and a fishing rod in his right hand, he is widely familiar as the God of a large catch and a good business.