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AMIDA BUDDHA, $120.Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Buddha of Infinite Light and Life. One of Japan’s most popular savior deities. Amida is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Dog and Boar. Learn more about Amida.
AMIDA BUDDHA, $120.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Buddha of Infinite Light and Life. One of Japan’s most popular savior deities. Amida is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Dog and Boar. Learn more about Amida.
AMIDA BUDDHA, $212.Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Buddha of Infinite Light and Life. One of Japan’s most popular savior deities. Amida is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Dog and Boar. Learn more about Amida.
AMIDA BUDDHA, $212.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Buddha of Infinite Light and Life. One of Japan’s most popular savior deities. Amida is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Dog and Boar. Learn more about Amida.
GODDESS BENZAITEN, $290.Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Goddess of Music, Literature, Poetry, Water, All Things That Flow. Here she is plucking her customary lute (aka biwa). Learn more about Benzaiten.
GODDESS BENZAITEN, $290.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Goddess of Music, Literature, Poetry, Water, All Things That Flow. Here she is plucking her customary lute (aka biwa). Learn more about Benzaiten.
DAINICHI BUDDHA, $970. Wood = Superb Fine-Grained Box Tree. Height = 26.5 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Cosmic Buddha, Great Sun Buddha, All-Encompassing Buddha, Life Force Who Illuminates the Universe. Dainichi is the central figure in mandala artwork, the Supreme Deity of Japan’s Esoteric (Tantric) Sects, and the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Sheep and Monkey. Learn more about Dainichi.
DAINICHI BUDDHA, $970. Wood = Superb Fine-Grained Box Tree. Height = 26.5 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Cosmic Buddha, Great Sun Buddha, All-Encompassing Buddha, Life Force Who Illuminates the Universe. Dainichi is the central figure in mandala artwork, the Supreme Deity of Japan’s Esoteric (Tantric) Sects, and the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Sheep and Monkey. Learn more about Dainichi.
FUDŌ “IMMOVABLE," $800. Wood = Cypress. Height = 36.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Fudō converts anger into salvation; has furious, glaring face, as Fudō seeks to frighten people into accepting the Buddhist teachings; carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); appears with fire halo, symbolizing the burning away of desires. Often seated or standing on rock (because Fudō is “immovable” in his faith). Fudō is often worshipped as a deity who can bring monetary fortune. Fudō is also the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rooster. Learn more about Fudō.
FUDŌ “IMMOVABLE," $800. Wood = Cypress. Height = 36.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Fudō converts anger into salvation; has furious, glaring face, as Fudō seeks to frighten people into accepting the Buddhist teachings; carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); appears with fire halo, symbolizing the burning away of desires. Often seated or standing on rock (because Fudō is “immovable” in his faith). Fudō is often worshipped as a deity who can bring monetary fortune. Fudō is also the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rooster. Learn more about Fudō.
FUDŌ “IMMOVABLE," $505. Wood = Superb Fine-Grained Box Tree. Height = 23.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Fudō converts anger into salvation; has furious, glaring face, as Fudō seeks to frighten people into accepting the Buddhist teachings; carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); appears with fire halo, symbolizing the burning away of desires. Often seated or standing on rock (because Fudō is “immovable” in his faith). Fudō is often worshipped as a deity who can bring monetary fortune. Fudō is also the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rooster. Learn more about Fudō.
FUDŌ “IMMOVABLE," $505. Wood = Superb Fine-Grained Box Tree. Height = 23.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Fudō converts anger into salvation; has furious, glaring face, as Fudō seeks to frighten people into accepting the Buddhist teachings; carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); appears with fire halo, symbolizing the burning away of desires. Often seated or standing on rock (because Fudō is “immovable” in his faith). Fudō is often worshipped as a deity who can bring monetary fortune. Fudō is also the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rooster. Learn more about Fudō.
FUDŌ “IMMOVABLE," $120. Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Charming mini statue of Fudō, who converts anger into salvation; has furious, glaring face, as Fudō seeks to frighten people into accepting the Buddhist teachings; carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); appears with fire halo, symbolizing the burning away of desires. Often seated or standing on rock (because Fudō is “immovable” in his faith). Fudō is often worshipped as a deity who can bring monetary fortune. Fudō is also the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rooster. Learn more about Fudō.
FUDŌ “IMMOVABLE," $120. Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Charming mini statue of Fudō, who converts anger into salvation; has furious, glaring face, as Fudō seeks to frighten people into accepting the Buddhist teachings; carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); appears with fire halo, symbolizing the burning away of desires. Often seated or standing on rock (because Fudō is “immovable” in his faith). Fudō is often worshipped as a deity who can bring monetary fortune. Fudō is also the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rooster. Learn more about Fudō.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $120. Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his right hand in the Fear Not Mudra, and the left hand in the Blessing Mudra, both closely associated with statues of the Historical Buddha. Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $120.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his right hand in the Fear Not Mudra, and the left hand in the Blessing Mudra, both closely associated with statues of the Historical Buddha. Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.


HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $212. Wood = Cypress. Height = 16.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $212.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 16.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $690. Wood = Cypress. Height = 26.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $690.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 26.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $820. Wood = Boxwood. Height = 26.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $820.
Wood = Boxwood. Height = 26.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $820. Wood = Boxwood. Height = 26.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). The halo includes six angelic attendants (J = Karyōbinga). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $820.
Wood = Boxwood. Height = 26.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). The halo includes six angelic attendants (J = Karyōbinga). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
JIZŌ BODHISATTVA, $150. Wood = Cypress. Height = 19.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: One of Japan's most beloved divinities, Jizō is the patron of Children, Expectant Mothers, Firemen, Travelers, Pilgrims, Aborted / Miscarried Babies; a guardian of children in limbo; and a savior par excellence for all people trapped in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth (reincarnation). Learn more about Jizō.
JIZŌ BODHISATTVA, $150.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 19.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: One of Japan's most beloved divinities, Jizō is the patron of Children, Expectant Mothers, Firemen, Travelers, Pilgrims, Aborted / Miscarried Babies; a guardian of children in limbo; and a savior par excellence for all people trapped in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth (reincarnation). Learn more about Jizō.
JIZŌ CHILDBIRTH, $181. Wood = Boxwood. Height = 28.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Jizō comes in many forms to save the living. Here we see Koyasu Jizō (Easy Childbirth Jizō). This form of Jizō grants easy and safe delivery to woman, and in modern times is often depicted holding a child, or with children in his lap or at his feet. Jizō is one of Japan's most beloved divinities. His many manifestations protect Children, Expectant Mothers, Firemen, Travelers, Pilgrims, Aborted / Miscarried Babies. Jizō is also a guardian of children in limbo and a savior par excellence for all people trapped in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth (reincarnation). Learn more about Jizō.
JIZŌ CHILDBIRTH, $181. Wood = Boxwood. Height = 28.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Jizō comes in many forms to save the living. Here we see Koyasu Jizō (Easy Childbirth Jizō). This form of Jizō grants easy and safe delivery to woman, and in modern times is often depicted holding a child, or with children in his lap or at his feet. Jizō is one of Japan's most beloved divinities. His many manifestations protect Children, Expectant Mothers, Firemen, Travelers, Pilgrims, Aborted / Miscarried Babies. Jizō is also a guardian of children in limbo and a savior par excellence for all people trapped in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth (reincarnation). Learn more about Jizō.
JIZŌ MINIATURE, $85. Wood = Fine-Grained Boxwood. Height = 10.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Jizō comes in many forms to save the living. In modern Japan, Jizō is a savior par excellence, a friend to all, never frightening even to children, and his/her many manifestations -- often cute and cartoon-like in contemporary times -- incorporate Taoist, Buddhist, and Shintō elements. Jizō is one of Japan's most beloved divinities. His many manifestations protect Children, Expectant Mothers, Firemen, Travelers, Pilgrims, Aborted / Miscarried Babies. Jizō is also a guardian of children in limbo and a savior par excellence for all people trapped in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth (reincarnation). Learn more about Jizō.
JIZŌ MINIATURE, $85. Wood = Fine-Grained Boxwood. Height = 10.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Jizō comes in many forms to save the living. In modern Japan, Jizō is a savior par excellence, a friend to all, never frightening even to children, and his/her many manifestations -- often cute and cartoon-like in contemporary times -- incorporate Taoist, Buddhist, and Shintō elements. Jizō is one of Japan's most beloved divinities. His many manifestations protect Children, Expectant Mothers, Firemen, Travelers, Pilgrims, Aborted / Miscarried Babies. Jizō is also a guardian of children in limbo and a savior par excellence for all people trapped in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth (reincarnation). Learn more about Jizō.
KOKŪZŌ BOSATSU, $191. Wood = Cypress. Height = 25.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Kokūzō Bodhisattva is the Lord of Wisdom & Memory. Especially important to Japan’s Shingon sect of Esoteric Buddhism, Kokūzō symbolizes the "vast and boundless" Buddha wisdom that permeates the universe. In Japan, believers pray to Kokūzō to grant them wisdom on their quest toward enlightenment. They also pray to Kokūzō to improve their memory, technical skills, and artistic talents. Kokūzō's role as bestower of wishes means that Kokūzō is shown frequently holding the wish-granting jewel. Kokūzō is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Ox and Tiger. Learn more about Kokūzō.
KOKŪZŌ BOSATSU, $191.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 25.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Kokūzō Bodhisattva is the Lord of Wisdom & Memory. Especially important to Japan’s Shingon sect of Esoteric Buddhism, Kokūzō symbolizes the "vast and boundless" Buddha wisdom that permeates the universe. In Japan, believers pray to Kokūzō to grant them wisdom on their quest toward enlightenment. They also pray to Kokūzō to improve their memory, technical skills, and artistic talents. Kokūzō's role as bestower of wishes means that Kokūzō is shown frequently holding the wish-granting jewel. Kokūzō is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Years of the Ox and Tiger. Learn more about Kokūzō.
MONJU BOSATSU, $150. Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Monju Bodhisattva personifies Wisdom and the Voice of Buddhist Law. In modern Japan, students pay homage to Monju in the hopes of passing school examinations and becoming gifted calligraphers. Monju is also revered as the deity of the kitchen (or dining halls) and the deity of meditation halls. In Japan, often depicted holding the sword of wisdom in right hand (to cut through illusion and shed light on the unenlightened mind), while Monju’s left hand often holds a sutra representing the Hannyakyō (Perfection of Wisdom Sutra). Monju is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rabbit. Learn more about Monju.
MONJU BOSATSU, $150.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Monju Bodhisattva personifies Wisdom and the Voice of Buddhist Law. In modern Japan, students pay homage to Monju in the hopes of passing school examinations and becoming gifted calligraphers. Monju is also revered as the deity of the kitchen (or dining halls) and the deity of meditation halls. In Japan, often depicted holding the sword of wisdom in right hand (to cut through illusion and shed light on the unenlightened mind), while Monju’s left hand often holds a sutra representing the Hannyakyō (Perfection of Wisdom Sutra). Monju is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rabbit. Learn more about Monju.
NIŌ GUARDIANS $524. Wood = Tea Tree. Height = 19.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Also known as the Benevolent Kings, this pair of deities stand guard outside the entrance gate of Buddhist temples. One with mouth open, the other with mouth closed, the Niō Guardians represent Alpha & Omega, Beginning & End, Birth & Death, and all such polarities. The Niō’s fierce and threatening appearance is said to ward off evil spirits and keep the temple grounds free of demons and thieves. Learn more about the Niō Guardians.
NIŌ GUARDIANS $524.
Wood = Tea Tree. Height = 19.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Also known as the Benevolent Kings, this pair of deities stand guard outside the entrance gate of Buddhist temples. One with mouth open, the other with mouth closed, the Niō Guardians represent Alpha & Omega, Beginning & End, Birth & Death, and all such polarities. The Niō’s fierce and threatening appearance is said to ward off evil spirits and keep the temple grounds free of demons and thieves. Learn more about the Niō Guardians.
KANNON $252. Wood = Cypress. Height = 17.5 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) comes in many forms in Japan. One of the most beloved is the esoteric Six-Armed Nyoirin Kannon. Her six arms represent her salvific functions in saving sentient beings in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth. Nyoirin is also one of "Six Kannons," each responsible for saving suffering sentient beings in one of the Six Realms. Nyoirin’s name is commonly translated as “Bodhisattva of the Wheel and Jewel,” for her defining attributes are the wheel of law and the wish-granting jewel, which s/he is always holding. The wheel symbolizes the teachings of Buddhism. Statues of this deity in Japan are commonly found in graveyards. In the Edo Period (1615-1868), women-only clubs would gather each month on the 19th night of the lunar calendar to pray for fertility, easy delivery, healthy children, safety from women's diseases, and the repose of female friends and relatives who had passed on (hence the ubiquitous Nyoirin gravestone). Learn more about Nyoirin Kannon.
KANNON $252.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 17.5 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) comes in many forms in Japan. One of the most beloved is the esoteric Six-Armed Nyoirin Kannon. Her six arms represent her salvific functions in saving sentient beings in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth. Nyoirin is also one of "Six Kannons," each responsible for saving suffering sentient beings in one of the Six Realms. Nyoirin’s name is commonly translated as “Bodhisattva of the Wheel and Jewel,” for her defining attributes are the wheel of law and the wish-granting jewel, which s/he is always holding. The wheel symbolizes the teachings of Buddhism. Statues of this deity in Japan are commonly found in graveyards. In the Edo Period (1615-1868), women-only clubs would gather each month on the 19th night of the lunar calendar to pray for fertility, easy delivery, healthy children, safety from women's diseases, and the repose of female friends and relatives who had passed on (hence the ubiquitous Nyoirin gravestone). Learn more about Nyoirin Kannon.
KANNON $140. Wood = Cypress. Height = 13.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) comes in many forms in Japan. One of the most beloved is the esoteric Six-Armed Nyoirin Kannon. Her six arms represent her salvific functions in saving sentient beings in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth. Nyoirin is also one of "Six Kannons," each responsible for saving suffering sentient beings in one of the Six Realms. Nyoirin’s name is commonly translated as “Bodhisattva of the Wheel and Jewel,” for her defining attributes are the wheel of law and the wish-granting jewel, which s/he is always holding. The wheel symbolizes the teachings of Buddhism. Statues of this deity in Japan are commonly found in graveyards. In the Edo Period (1615-1868), women-only clubs would gather each month on the 19th night of the lunar calendar to pray for fertility, easy delivery, healthy children, safety from women's diseases, and the repose of female friends and relatives who had passed on (hence the ubiquitous Nyoirin gravestone). Learn more about Nyoirin Kannon.
KANNON $140.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 13.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) comes in many forms in Japan. One of the most beloved is the esoteric Six-Armed Nyoirin Kannon. Her six arms represent her salvific functions in saving sentient beings in the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth. Nyoirin is also one of "Six Kannons," each responsible for saving suffering sentient beings in one of the Six Realms. Nyoirin’s name is commonly translated as “Bodhisattva of the Wheel and Jewel,” for her defining attributes are the wheel of law and the wish-granting jewel, which s/he is always holding. The wheel symbolizes the teachings of Buddhism. Statues of this deity in Japan are commonly found in graveyards. In the Edo Period (1615-1868), women-only clubs would gather each month on the 19th night of the lunar calendar to pray for fertility, easy delivery, healthy children, safety from women's diseases, and the repose of female friends and relatives who had passed on (hence the ubiquitous Nyoirin gravestone). Learn more about Nyoirin Kannon.
KANNON, $394. Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.5 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Thousand-Armed Eleven-Headed Kannon Bodhisattva, known as Senju Kannon, is one of Japan’s most beloved deities. From the 8th century onward in Japan, Senju Kannon was worshipped independently as a central object of devotion, often prayed to for avoiding illness, eye problems, and blindness. The top of Kannon's crown is often adorned (as it is here) with a small image of Amida, symbolizing Kannon’s role as Amida’s principal attendant. Senju Kannon is also one of "Six Kannons," each responsible for saving suffering sentient beings in one of the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth. Kannon (along with her many forms) is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rat. Learn more about 1000-Armed Kannon Bodhisattva.
KANNON, $394.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.5 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Thousand-Armed Eleven-Headed Kannon Bodhisattva, known as Senju Kannon, is one of Japan’s most beloved deities. From the 8th century onward in Japan, Senju Kannon was worshipped independently as a central object of devotion, often prayed to for avoiding illness, eye problems, and blindness. The top of Kannon's crown is often adorned (as it is here) with a small image of Amida, symbolizing Kannon’s role as Amida’s principal attendant. Senju Kannon is also one of "Six Kannons," each responsible for saving suffering sentient beings in one of the Six Realms of Karmic Rebirth. Kannon (along with her many forms) is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Rat. Learn more about 1000-Armed Kannon Bodhisattva.
SEISHI BODHISATTVA, $150. Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Seishi literally means “to obtain strength.” S/he is the guardian of Buddha Wisdom. Seishi is also one of the deities who descend from heaven to welcome dying souls into paradise. Seishi's importance grew with the spread of the Pure Land Sect devoted to Amida Buddha (one of the most popular denominations in Japan even today), for Seishi is one of the two main attendants of Amida. The other is Kannon. Both Amida and Kannon statues are available in this estore. In Japan, Seishi generally appears with hands in prayer. Seishi is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Horse. Learn more about Seishi Bodhisattva.
SEISHI BODHISATTVA, $150.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 18.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Seishi literally means “to obtain strength.” S/he is the guardian of Buddha Wisdom. Seishi is also one of the deities who descend from heaven to welcome dying souls into paradise. Seishi's importance grew with the spread of the Pure Land Sect devoted to Amida Buddha (one of the most popular denominations in Japan even today), for Seishi is one of the two main attendants of Amida. The other is Kannon. Both Amida and Kannon statues are available in this estore. In Japan, Seishi generally appears with hands in prayer. Seishi is the patron of people born in the Zodiac Year of the Horse. Learn more about Seishi Bodhisattva.
SEVEN LUCKY GODS, $922. Wood = Zelkova. Height = 15.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Seven Lucky Gods of Japan (aka Shichi Fukujin) are an eclectic group of deities from Japan, India, and China. Only one is native to Japan, three are from India, and three from China's Taoist-Buddhist traditions. Each deity existed independently before Japan's "artificial" creation of the group in the 17th century. Images of the seven appear with great frequency in modern Japan. The Seven are an excellent example of the way Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, and Shinto beliefs live side by side in Japan, influencing one another, and lending each other gods ! Learn more about Japan’s Seven Lucky Gods.
SEVEN LUCKY GODS, $922.
Wood = Zelkova. Height = 15.0 CM.
DESCRIPTION: The Seven Lucky Gods of Japan (aka Shichi Fukujin) are an eclectic group of deities from Japan, India, and China. Only one is native to Japan, three are from India, and three from China's Taoist-Buddhist traditions. Each deity existed independently before Japan's "artificial" creation of the group in the 17th century. Images of the seven appear with great frequency in modern Japan. The Seven are an excellent example of the way Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, and Shinto beliefs live side by side in Japan, influencing one another, and lending each other gods ! Learn more about Japan’s Seven Lucky Gods.
YAKUSHI BUDDHA, $120.Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Yakushi is the Buddha of Medicine and Healing. Statues of Yakushi commonly hold a medicine jar in the left hand, with the right hand forming the Fear Not Mudra. Art historians believe that standing versions of Yakushi were meant to represent a "proactive" deity appearing in the worldly realm, rather than a seated Buddha preaching or meditating in a heavenly pure land far removed from ordinary life. Learn more about Yakushi.
YAKUSHI BUDDHA, $120.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 11.5 CM.
DESCRIPTION: Yakushi is the Buddha of Medicine and Healing. Statues of Yakushi commonly hold a medicine jar in the left hand, with the right hand forming the Fear Not Mudra. Art historians believe that standing versions of Yakushi were meant to represent a "proactive" deity appearing in the worldly realm, rather than a seated Buddha preaching or meditating in a heavenly pure land far removed from ordinary life. Learn more about Yakushi.
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