Jizo Child Monk with Bucket & Snake Sculpture
Japanese Style’s Jizo Child Monk with Bucket & Snake Sculpture represents the Buddhist monk Jijang. Prior to his temple being built on Mount Jiuhau, Jijang lived in a meditation hut on the mountain. One day Jijang was bitten by a poisonous snake but he did not move, thus letting the snake go. A local woman cured him of the venom. The woman’s son also owned the mountain where Jijang lived, so the woman gave Jijang a spring to provide a source of water for him. He lived on Mount Jiuhua for 75 years before passing to nirvana at the age of 99.
This sculpture was custom-made for Japanese Style. This is a custom made statue.
- Made of hand-finished granite
- Salt & Pepper
- 24″ H x 17″ W x 10 1/2″ D
- 185 pounds
- Special Order Only
- All granite orders are subject to available inventory at the time of purchase and expected shipping dates are subject to change.