Daiboth a Japanese idol of great popularity, is of monstrous height, sits in the middle of his pagoda on a table altar raised but a little from the ground, and with his hand, which is as long as the body of an ordinary man, touches the roof. He has the breasts and face of a woman, and black, woolly, crispy locks; and is encircled on all sides with gilded rays, on which are placed a great number of images representing the inferior idols of the Japanese.

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