I love the soft coloring and shading techniques you use for the skin. I also love her hair. The underside looks very loose, almost tumbled into that delicate yet intricate bun. The beads on her neck compliment the other colors well and I love the traditional design you used for the kimono.
That's very interesting how you realized Inary-chan's elaborately tied-up hair, it helps amp the Chinese/East-Asian flavour within deep emerald tones and gentle flow of outfit which only frames her smooth shoulderline. The gentle layers of delicate necklaces only make this art all the more Classical in impression & intention.
This actually reminds me of a manga I read once. A sly look In her eye, she throws the dice as they tinkle across the table, glinting like bones in the light. Seven again. At least how I picture it. I'm usually wrong with this kind of thing. I like this series. Keep up the good work.