Japanese small Jizo, portable, traditional pattern bag

Shizuoka, Japan


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Keiko Kajimoto

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Keiko Kajimoto

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May everyone be peaceful and happy. I create Jizo for your help.

If you want to read in Japanese, please see the Tennō Guide website.

I am producing and selling small Jizou, Kojizou-san, which can be put in a coffin. Buddhist believe that he (actually, Jizou is neutral, not male or female) saves all living things.
Komari-chan is a statue of loving mother, not a Buddhist statue, can be had any religion. I created it for my Christian friend.

Please use them as a talisman and a companion for daily life, travel and hospital visit, moral support for end-of-life care.

Take it in your hands and pat its head if your mind is upset. It can set your mind at ease. When your loved one dies, you can put it in the coffin and send it “Please lead him (or her) to the heaven”.

If someone who is precious to you is missing with Tsunami, I suggest that you float Kojizou in the sea like a bouquet. Then it will find their soul, I think. If you want to do it, let me know, so I will fix it on the wood pedestal for free. It is all made of wood, without plastics, will not pollute the sea.

Farewell is sometimes hard and unbearable. Your mind may be exhausted during the period of end-of-life care. In such days, you can spend mind peacefully if there is anything to be comforted. If you feel Jizou show the way to heaven for you or your loved one, it can ease your mind.

To be exact, I create them for those who live rather than after death, for those who are left.

Facing to life is also to live honesty. I am honored if my work can help you. That is what I pray for.

For more information, please visit my website.

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  • Keiko Kajimoto


    I'm learning Buddhist sculpture in Shizuoka Japan, near mt. Fuji.
    When my grandma died, a Buddhist statue next to her calmed the whole family.
    I saw that and decided to create a special Buddhist statue to put in a coffin for inner peace.

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