Japanese Buddhist Statue -Miroku Bosatsu-
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Directory: Gifts & Home Decor: Religious Accessories: New: item # 1190847
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B1/F, Nihonbashi Yuwa Bldg., 3-3-8 Hongoku-cho,
Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
$280 (Tax Excluded)
Statue of “Miroku Bosatsu”
Miroku is already prominent in Japan by the 7th century AD and was among the most important deities in early Japanese Buddhism. The Japanese believed the third and final period -- the Age of Mappo had begun in 1052. The ensuing decades, moreover, were marked by civil wars, famine, and pestilence. A sense of foreboding filled the land, and people from all classes yearned for a gospel of salvation. Faith in Miroku experienced a revival during this time, but Miroku faith was ultimately overshadowed by the teachings of the Pure Land sects devoted to Amida Buddha.
See the natural feeling upon Miroku's face, stay a while for a look at more Japan beauty and gentleness.
Size: 160 mm (H) x 73 mm (W) x 100 mm (D)(base included)
Estimated release date:The end of June, 2013
Manufactured by ART OF WAR
* Please do not decorate right under the strong lights, sunlight or high temperature and humidity environment to avoid possible discoloration or damage to the product.
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