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Zaō Gongen also known as Kongō Zaō Bosatsu金剛蔵王菩薩 (statue of 6 cms height)
He is one of the 6 gongen of japan and one of the most important mountain deities of Japan’s syncretic Deity worshiped in Shugendō, Shingon and recognized also in Shintō
Always represented with hair standing on end and holding a thunderbolt (vajra) in right hand (not on this model), the left hand (near the hip) forms the sword mudra: tōken-in 刀剣印. With grimacing face, three eyes, two arms, raised right foot or walking on monsters Zao sama is always characterized by enormous energy, vitality, and wrathful appearance: symbolizing his vanquishing of evil thoughts and actions. the flames representing the burning away of all desire, the consumption of all passion, and the vanquishing of evil.
Regularly found in japanese traditional craftsmen offices, as pair with Fudō sama one of the 5 Myō-ō. Representing the passion and the hard working necessary_