Highest quality collections with realistic texture. All statues are reproducing national treasures of Japan’s Buddha statues.
Model of this powerful statue is Aizen Myo-oh, which is enshrined at Saidai-ji Temple in Nara Pref. The statue had been hidden for a long time since 1247 A.D. when it was made by a master sculptor Zen-en. Because it had not been exposed, it still has excellent condition; original colorings are mostly remaining, especially scarlet body color catch the eyes.
Elaborated for more than 10 months, craftsmen have completely replicated every detail of the original statue. Take it to look over its facial expression of strong will and dignity!
Character of Aizen Myo-oh
Aizen Myo-oh, also called Ragaraja, believes sexual desire leads people into enlightenment. They are expressing extreme wrath and crimson colored body because of struggling to transform worldly lust into spiritual awakening. Although it was originally worshipped as nation protection and winning battles, it turned to be worshipped as fulfillment in love among people because of Aizen Myo-oh’s belief described at the beginning.
They put on the crown of lion motif and sit on lotus flower which is believed to the aggregate of ideas of enlightenment.
30.5cm(H) x 20.0cm(W) x 14.5cm(D)
12.0 in(H) x 7.9 in(W) x 5.7 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.