Each main deity is believed to bring its own blessings. With the hope of serving as a protective charm for many individuals and providing support to their hearts, the manufacturer has crafted each statue with heartfelt wishes. Please cherish them for a long time.
These pieces come with an original cabinet-type glass case and a decorative stand. The bottom stand is designed for easy placement, serving as a special space. You can use it to store precious memories and other items.
As a proof of pure gold, it bears the official stamp from the Mint Bureau of the Ministry of Finance.
The guardian deity for those born in the Year of the Rooster (Tori) is Fudo Myo-o. Fudo Myo-o wields the three-pronged vajra sword in a wrathful form, cutting through adversity. With his lasso, he binds and subdues evil spirits and malevolent energies. He purifies all afflictions with the flames of the Garuda bird. Additionally, through vast and boundless vows, Fudo Myo-o is believed to grant various blessings to those who earnestly pray to him. With his absolute protective power and a stern yet compassionate force, Fudo Myo-o is likely to guide you towards happiness by warding
From the moment we are born into this world, it is said that we are influenced by the Earth's revolution. The Chinese zodiac consists of ten celestial stems (Jikkan: Jia, Yi, Bing, Ding, Wu, Ji, Geng, Xin, Ren, Gui) and twelve earthly branches (Juunishi: Zi, Chou, Yin, Mao, Chen, Si, Wu, Wei, Shen, You, Xu, Hai), combining to form a 60-year cycle. Since ancient times, these numerical representations, especially the twelve earthly branches, have been used in calendars, timekeeping, and directional purposes. Each of these twelve branches corresponds to a guardian deity, and the idea that the guardian deity for one's birth year can influence one's fortune is rooted in this belief.
Famous examples include Toyotomi Hideyoshi's Three-Faced Daikokuten and Uesugi Kenshin's Mudfoot Bishamonten, but many Sengoku warlords are known to have prayed to their guardian deities and dedicated statues as symbols of faith, seeking victory in battles and military achievements. From such examples, it is well known that placing a Buddha statue as a symbol of protection and fortune in one's life is an effective means of fulfilling wishes. While it is good to choose the main deity of your family's sect, it is even more appropriate to select the guardian deity corresponding to your born fate, ensuring the most suitable protection.