Antique Buddha Museum Statues
Wood Fudo Zushi
Antique Japanese Buddha Zushi Shrine

Fudo Myoo

Bronze Buddha In Wood Shrine

Circa: Late Edo, 19th century
H 5.5 in.(32.5cm.), W 3 in.(7.5cm.), D 2 in.(5cm.)
Condition: patina, minor wood abrasion
The figure inside the wooden Zushi Altar depicts a fierce looking Fudo Myo-o flanked by two deities that measures 3.25” tall. The writing on the back of the piece reads “Narita, Prayer for good luck and good fortune” and it means Narita Shinsho-Ji Temple in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Ever since founded by Priest Kanjo in 940, the temple has been the center of worship as the head temple of Chizan Branch of Shingon Sect also known as ' Fudo of Narita.' The principal worship image of this temple is the Fudo Myo-o statue carved by Kukai, the founder of the Shingon Sect.

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