BRONZE MIROKU BOSATSU (Maitreya), Buddhist Statues

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ISUMU / TC / 3529
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BRONZE MIROKU BOSATSU (Maitreya) / Tana Cocoro
Buddhist Statues figure, by Isumu

Asuka period
Miroku Bosatsu will come down into the world of 5.6 billion and 70 million years after the death of Buddha.
His posture represents the fact that he is pondering the way of saving the people when the time comes.
This is modeled after a gilt bronze image of the Buddha that is believed to have been made in 666. The large diadem (head ornament) and bead pattern that colors the edges of the clothing are gorgeous, and the plump body makes a realistic beautiful statue of Buddha.

弥勒菩薩は、釈迦が亡くなった56億7000万年後に、天から人々を救うために地上に姿を表します。
このポーズは、その時にどうやって人びとを救うかを考えている姿です。 モデルとなった像は666年に作られたと見られる金銅仏です。
大振りな宝冠、衣の縁を彩る連珠文が華やかで、ふっくらとした肉付きも写実的な美しい仏像です。

Manufacturer: Isumu
Package size:
Height: 110mm
Width: 63mm
Depth: 63mm
Weight 135g
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