Daikoku is the developer portal which was missing for Otoroshi. It is written in Scala and developped by the MAIF OSS team. Since the v1.5, Daikoku & Otoroshi share the same Major & Minor version, so, please use the same version of Otoroshi as Daikoku for a better experience.

In Japan, Daikokuten (大黒天), the god of great darkness or blackness, or the god of five cereals, is one of the Seven Lucky Gods (Fukujin). Daikokuten evolved from the Buddhist form of the Indian deity Shiva intertwined with the Shinto god Ōkuninushi. The name is the Japanese equivalent of Mahākāla, the Hindu name for Shiva.

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You can download the latest build of Daikoku as a fat jar or as a zip package.

You can install and run Otoroshi with this little bash snippet :

curl -L -o daikoku.jar 'https://github.com/MAIF/daikoku/releases/download/v1.1.4/daikoku-1.1.4.jar'
java -jar daikoku.jar

or using docker :

docker run -p "8080:8080" maif/daikoku:1.1.4

Now, open your browser to http://localhost:8080/, log in with the credential generated in the logs and explore Daikoku by yourself



Join the Daikoku channel on the MAIF Gitter.


The sources of Daikoku are available on Github.


You can find the official Daikoku logo on GitHub. The Daikoku logo has been created by François Galioto (@fgalioto).


Every release, along with migration instructions, is documented on the Github Releases page.


The work on Daikoku was funded by MAIF with the help of the community.


Daikoku is Open Source and available under the Apache 2 License.