H=27.3cm W=18.7 cm D=11 cm
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|A pair of deity statues enshrined on the left and right sides of the temple
gate or in front of the Shumidan to protect Buddhism. Usually, an open-mouthed
Agata is called Kongo, and a closed-mouthed Ungyo is called a sumo wrestler.
The left one is also called Misshaku Kongo, and the right one is called
Naraen Kongo. All of them have the appearance of brave anger. A piece of
paper that is considered a symbol of health and chewed in the mouth If
you throw it and stick it to the part corresponding to your affected part
or the part you wish to develop, There is a folk belief that wishes come
true. It is also believed to be the god of good walking, and the large
straw sandals ( Waraji) etc. are dedicated.
| Including shipping charge Mask bag, Mask strings
||The 16-petaled chrysanthemum crest is the royal crest
|| sword cover
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