Takaoka Douki (Bronzeware) Buddhist Statue - Guan Yin Bodhisattva with a Thousand Hands and Eyes
Buddhist Sculptor (仏師）: 牧田秀雲
Takaoka douki started when a Kaga daimyo, Toshinaga MAEDA (1562 -1614) summoned seven casters to the Kanaya-machi of Takaoka City to promote the area's prosperity in 1611. This year marks the 400th anniversary of this event. In 1975, Takaoka douki became Primary Nationally Designated Traditional Craft.
Dimension: 15.5cm(height) 7.7cm(width) Material: Copper Origin: Japan