Kujaku Myo-o (Mahayuri) (孔雀明王) (Standard)

Kujaku Myo-o (Mahayuri) (孔雀明王) (Standard)

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Kujaku Myo-o (Mahayuri) (孔雀明王) (Standard) from Isumu. Isumu's focus is to recreate in our modern lives the traditional Buddhist statues which the Japanese culture has cherished so much. Click here to learn more about Isumu

  • Part of Isumu's Standard lineup
  • This statue is a replica of the statue in Fukuju-in Kyakuden at Shōryaku-ji Temple in Nara, Japan, and was made in the Kamakura period (1185-1333). The chief priest at Shōryaku-ji Temple says that "Kujaku Myo-o gives us the wisdom to change poison into something better, as opposed to simply removing the poison."
  • The peafowl (kujaku in Japanese) eats poisonous snakes; it has been worshipped in India since ancient times. This bird became assimilated into the Buddhist tradition and became the Kujaku Myo-o. It is said to repel evil spirits. Unlike other Myo-o that have frightening faces, the Kujaku Myo-o has a benign, feminine appearance

  • Product Details:

    • Size: Approximately 355(H)×155(W)×140(D)mm (14.0(H)×6.1(W)×5.5(D)"), weight 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs)
    • Material: Polystone. Click here for more information
    • Comes with: Statue, stand and durable packaging box. Click here for more information
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    Isumu’s statues are to be handled with care:

    • Avoid hitting, dropping or otherwise applying pressure on the statues, since the delicate parts of the statue may be broken
    • Use brushes to remove dust from the statues. Cloths etc. should not be used because the fiber can damage the smaller parts of the statues
    • Do not wipe the statue with damp cloth etc. because water-soluble paint may be used
    • Direct sunlight or heat should be avoided
    Shipping Fee for This Product Alone (You can get discounts on the per unit shipping cost by ordering more products):

    • North America / Central America / Oceania / Middle East: 8,800 Japanese Yen
    • Europe: 9,900 Japanese Yen
    • Asia: 6,400 Japanese Yen
    • South America / Africa: 16,400 Japanese Yen
    Estimated Number of Days Until Delivery After Product Shipment:

    • US / Oceania: 4-5 days
    • Europe: 7-8 days
    • Asia: 2-3 days
    Shipping Fee and Shipping:

    • Shipping fee can be checked right after you add this product to cart. If you have other products in the cart the total shipping fee for all the products in your order can also be checked (the shipping fee depends on the total shipping weight of your order)
    • This product is shipped within 2 business days after your order
    • Worldwide shipping available
    • See our how-to-shop page for more information about Shipping & Delivery, Payment and Refunds & Exchanges, including insurance coverage for lost or damaged items

    • Manufactured and supplied by Morita Inc., the owner of the brand Isumu. Click here for more information on the brand. Manufactured in China
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