Japanese Important Cultural Property, Statue of Shaka Nyorai 木造釈迦如来立像(茨城県大洋村 福泉寺)

Japanese Important Cultural Property, Statue of Shaka Nyorai 木造釈迦如来立像(茨城県大洋村 福泉寺)

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Nyoirin Kannon (Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara in the form of Chintamanichakra). Japan; Kamakura period (1185-1333), early 14th century.

Nyoirin Kannon (Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara in the form of Chintamanichakra). Japan; Kamakura period (1185-1333), early 14th century.

Japanese National Treasure, Statues of the 5 Great Bodhisattvas - Kongogo Bosatsu 金剛業菩薩座像(東寺)

Japanese National Treasure, Statues of the 5 Great Bodhisattvas - Kongogo Bosatsu 金剛業菩薩座像(東寺)

Japanese National Treasure, Statues of the 5 Great Bodhisattvas - Kongoho Bosatsu 金剛宝菩薩座像(東寺)

Japanese National Treasure, Statues of the 5 Great Bodhisattvas - Kongoho Bosatsu 金剛宝菩薩座像(東寺)

Japanese National Treasure, The Miroku Bosatsu statue 弥勒菩薩半跏像 国宝

Japanese National Treasure, The Miroku Bosatsu statue 弥勒菩薩半跏像 国宝

Japanese Important Cultural Property, Statue of Sho Kannon (Aryavalokitesvara) 木造聖観音立像(和歌山県清水町 吉祥寺)

Japanese Important Cultural Property, Statue of Sho Kannon (Aryavalokitesvara) 木造聖観音立像(和歌山県清水町 吉祥寺)

Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Eleven-faced #Kannon Bosatsu 十一面観音菩薩(室生寺)

Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Eleven-faced #Kannon Bosatsu 十一面観音菩薩(室生寺)

Eleven-Headed Kannon Ekadashamukha) : Nanbokuchô period 1336–1392 The eleven-headed form of the bodhisattva Kannon was one of the first deities of Esoteric Buddhism to be worshiped in Japan. Ten of his heads are in the form of bodhisattvas. The eleventh, the topmost, is that of Amida (Sanskrit: Amitâbha), the Buddha of which Kannon is considered an emanation. The eleven heads symbolize Kannon's ability to see suffering in all corners of the universe and respond with compassion to those in…

Eleven-Headed Kannon Ekadashamukha) : Nanbokuchô period 1336–1392 The eleven-headed form of the bodhisattva Kannon was one of the first deities of Esoteric Buddhism to be worshiped in Japan. Ten of his heads are in the form of bodhisattvas. The eleventh, the topmost, is that of Amida (Sanskrit: Amitâbha), the Buddha of which Kannon is considered an emanation. The eleven heads symbolize Kannon's ability to see suffering in all corners of the universe and respond with compassion to those in…

Gilt bronze figure of a seated Guanyin. China, Qing dynasty, probably 18th/19th century

Gilt bronze figure of a seated Guanyin. China, Qing dynasty, probably 18th/19th century

A magnificent large wood figure of Manjusri seated on a lion. China, Yuan dynasty, 14th century

A magnificent large wood figure of Manjusri seated on a lion. China, Yuan dynasty, 14th century

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