Tiles are attached to the roof of a Japan style house for waterproofing.
The family crest is handmade by a certified technician called a demon master.
The birth of the family crest was in the Heian period (about 1230 years ago), when it became popular among the noble families to make patterns on their furnishings.
It became the family's own pattern and became the family crest as it was.
In the late Heian period, the samurai rose to prominence, and the family crest of the samurai family was used as a flag to distinguish friend and foe in battle.
Ebisu is worshiped as the god of good fortune.
It is mainly placed at the entrance of the house.
Daikokuten is worshiped as the god of prosperous business.
Mainly placed at store entrances.