Jizo is regarded as a benevolent figure. In Japan, he is seen as a protector, especially for children. Made with childlike features (like those of his protégés), this Jizo bell is a cheerful addition to your home. Display the bell as is or use for ritual (ringing a bell is a wonderful way to mark the start or end of meditation). Ceramic Jizo measures 2 inches high, 1.875 inches wide, and 1.75 inches deep. Paper Koi catcher is 4 x 2.375 inches. Entire piece is about 10 inches long when hung. Made in Japan.
- Ceramic Jizo
- Jizo is 2 x 1.875 x 1.75 inches
- Paper Koi fish catcher is 4 x 2.375 inches
- Entire piece is about 10 inches long when suspended
- Made in Japan
This piece may feature slight variations in color, details, and overall design. This piece is not recommended for outdoor use.
Made in Japan
Who Is Jizo?
Jizo is a bodhisattva in Japanese Mahayana Buddhism, originally known in Sanskrit as Ksitigarbha (‘Womb of the Earth’, ‘Earth’s Treasury’). Read more.