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The Jizo statues of Chausudake Volcano offer a sight unique in Japan,

Jizo is the Buddhist god who is the guardian of the stillborn, miscarried and aborted foetuses in Japan.  These little statues of Jizo, call...

Jizo is the Buddhist god who is the guardian of the stillborn, miscarried and aborted foetuses in Japan. These little statues of Jizo, called Mizuko Jizo, are placed either in the homes or at the.

A statue of Jizo with flower offerings in the garden for unborn children, Zojoji Temple,Tokyo. Jizo Bosatsu (Bodhisattva), a beloved diety of Mahayana Buddhism, is the guardian of children, women, and travelers.  Grieving parents place toys and other offerings beside the statues to invoke protection of their child who has passed away.  #cemetery

A statue of jizo, the patron saint of children and travelers, at Zojoji Temple in Tokyo.

Hundreds of unique jizo statues line the trail to the Killing Stone, Sesshoseki, with enlarged hands pressed together in prayer. Nasu Yumoto area

Hundreds of unique jizo statues line the trail to the Killing Stone, Sesshoseki, with enlarged hands pressed together in prayer.

Jizo Statues at Hase Dera in Kamakura, Japan

Jizo Statues at Hase Dera in Kamakura, Japan - Yarn Bombing

"Jizo is a Japanese god who's thought to protect children who die before their parents. There more than one million small Jizo statues spread throughout Japan at temples or along the side of roads. The Japanese care for these statues — giving them hats and bibs."

goodmemory: ““Jizo is a Japanese god who’s thought to protect children who die before their parents. There more than one million small Jizo statues spread throughout Japan at temples or along the side.

Stone Jizo statues at Okunoin temple on Koyasan, Japan

Stone Jizo statues at Okunoin temple, Koyasan, Japan

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