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. We are currently out of stock but you can order it and we will have one custom made for you. It will take three to six months for delivery.
- Made of hand-finished granite
- Salt & Pepper
- 24″ H x 17″ W x 10 1/2″ D
- 185 pounds
- Special Order Only