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Lotus Bud; major symbol of Buddhism; a beautiful flower that grows in the mud; corresponds to a Budhha being who reaches enlightenment in the "dirty" material worldWHAT'S NEW JUNE 2011
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May 2011
Koyasu Jizo (Easy Childbirth Jizo). Details here.
Shaka (Historical Buddha). Details here.

April 2011
Added four Fudo Myo-o statues. Details here.
Added two Dainichi Statues. Details here.

March 2011
Please help the people of Japan by making a donation, no matter how small. Click here for a wide variety of trustworthy sites that you can donate to.

February 2011
Special clearance items, 33% to 70% off.

December 1, 2010

PLEASE ORDER BY DEC. 14 TO ENSURE DELIVERY BY CHRISTMAS. Orders placed after Dec. 14 won't be shipped until Jan. 11. New American mail regulations significantly slow down international package delivery for any item weighing more than one pound (463 grams).

November 1, 2010
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August 28, 2010
Added statues of the Seven Lucky Gods

June 5, 2010
Added two Kujaku Myo-o statues.
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Added three CALLIGRAPHY products.
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May 1, 2010
Added three Bishamonten statues. Details here.
Added another set of the Seven Lucky Gods. Details here.

April 8, 2010
Special Gift Campaign to Commemorate Buddha's Birthday. During April & May, receive a free prayer-bead bracelet ($15 retail) with your purchase. Details here.

November 1, 2009
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August 28, 2009
Added statues of the Seven Lucky Gods.

June 24, 2009
Added new work by calligrapher-painter Afaq Saleem.

June 4, 2009
Added statues of monks Kobo Daishi and Nichiren.

March 2009
All new ceramic incense burner with effigy of the Historical Buddha inside.

Nov. 2008
Significant reduction in prices, plus new Price Selector to help you find bargains and products in your desired price range.

Products Added in Oct. 2008
Shitenno, Four Heavenly Kings (1)
Tamonten, aka Bishamonten (1)


Products Added in July 2008
Calligraphy by Afaq Saleem (10)

Products Added in June 2008
Ceramic Incense Burner, Praying Hands (1)

Statues Added in May 2008
Monju Bosatsu with Tabernacle (1)
Seven Lucky Gods Set (1)

Benzaiten, Goddess of Music, Art, Learning (2)

Statues Added in April 2008
Mizuko Jizo Surrounded by Children (1)


Statues Added in March 2008
Nio Pair (2)
Hotei (3)
Dragon (1)

Statues Added in Feb. 2008

Zao Gongen (1)
Nio Pair (1)
Monju Bosatsu (1)
Seven Lucky Gods (3)

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