Agyō at Sanjūsangendō 三十三間堂, Kyoto 12th Century, Life-size Wooden Statue Scanned from Temple Brochure
木造弥勒菩薩半跏像（宝冠弥勒）Japanese National Treasure, Miroku Bosatsu statue at Koryu-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan
National Treasure of Japan, wooden statues of 12 God, property of Kofuku-ji temple, Japan
Jizo Bosatsu (Bodhisattva Kshitigarbha) Zen'en (active first half 13th century) Jizo Bosatsu is worshiped as a savior bodhisattva who will help the devoted during the age of decay of the Buddhist teachings -- before the coming of Maitreya, the Buddha of the Future. Jizo is usually depicted as a Buddhist monk with a shaved head and monk's staff in his right hand. He holds a jewel of wisdom, which grants all wishes, in his left hand.
Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara in “Water Moon” Form (Shuiyue Guanyin) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 11th century, China.