Highest quality collections with realistic texture. All statues are reproducing national treasures of Japan’s Buddha statues.
Model of this Buddha statue expressing extreme wrath is Acala, or Fudo Myo-oh in Japanese. Original statue is made by Unkei, a master sculptor, and is enshrined in Joraku-ji temple in Kanagawa pref. The statue is assessed as a valuable masterpiece for its powerful and beautiful shaping.
To replicate the original statue of Acala, various prototypes were produced experimentally. Colorings were made ingeniously to reproduce a feeling of tension which the original statue have. These processes took over 400 days to complete this product.
Character of the Acala
In Japan, Acala or Fudo Myo-oh is highly venerated and an idol of worship, therefore they are enshrined in many temples and outdoor shrines. They are believed to relieve people who strayed from the right path to enlightenment by his extreme wrath. This is the reason why Acala has angry face. Generally, in Buddhist art, Acala holds a vajra sword on one hand which cuts off worldly desires, and holds lariat on the other hand which tie up wrongdoers.
31.0cm(H) x 15.5cm(W) x 16.0cm(D)
12.2 in(H) x 6.1 in(W) x 6.3 in(D)
About Materials: Poly-stone
The statue is made of a mixture of stone powder and synthetic resins. This material enables to give statue fine expressions and profound feelings like stone. The statue has enough toughness and delicacy by changing combination ratio of raw materials appropriate for each part.
How to Care
Statues are delicate. It may be damaged or broken due to a strong impact. Please use soft brush to remove dust. Please refrain from using shining cloths and cleaning sheets; it may contain water-soluble paint. Avoid placing on the place with direct sunshine and/or high temperature.