Buddha Statue, Hanka Bosatsu, 32cm/12.6in


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Model of this statue is Bosatsu Hanka Statue enshrined at the oldest Ama Temple in Nara, which is designated a national treasure of Japan. “Basatsu” is a Buddhist saint. It is said that the original statue had painted vividly in the old era, it’s gone as long time passes. However, its glossy black basement color emphasizes nobleness of the Buddhist saint.
To make this statue, their beautiful proportion is completely replicated. Different black colors are used for face, breast, cloths and aura ornament behind the statue.

Character of Bosatsu
Bosatsu, also called Bodhisattva, is a Buddhist saint, who is going to redeem people. Their posture of putting right leg on left knee is called “Hanka Shiyui” which is to attain enlightenment. Bosatsu is regarded to redeem people in this world.

32.0cm(H) x 15.5cm(W) x 17.0cm(D)
12.6 in(H) x 6.1 in(W) x 6.7 in(D)