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Tamonten, Plain wood, 51.5 cm, Asuka Period, 7th Century, Houryuu-ji Temple

Tamonten, wood, Asuka Period, C. where Buddha expounds the teachings; carries pagoda treasure house in left hand, right hand holds a spear (missing here) which wards off distractions and contamination.

Tamonten (also Bishamonten) -- Lord of the North, Member of Shitenno (Japanese Buddhism & Sculpture)

In classical Japanese, India is known as "tenjiku", which translates as "the land of heaven". This is only an indication of how Japanese culture appreciate

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Tamonten (also Bishamonten) -- Lord of the North, Member of Shitenno (Japanese Buddhism & Sculpture)

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