We can make the Japanese Mikkyohogu needed for your prayers.
Mikkyohogu are Dharma and Buddhist tools for practicing Esoteric Buddhism.
In Japan, the ancient Sankosho (FunnukataSankosho) in the Shosoin of Todaiji Temple, which was introduced as ancient esoteric Buddhism in the Nara Period, still exists as a Dharma tool that later led to the Kongosho and others. Ancient Sankosho are still used as Dharma tools today.
Its shape is also aggressively sculpted to resemble an Indian weapon.
The objects held by Teishakuten (the god Indra) and other esoteric deities and Buddhas became esoteric Buddhist ritual objects.
In Buddhist terms, it is thought that the emphasis was on removing vexations and expressing bodhicitta (Buddha nature).
Gokosho itself is said to symbolize the Vajrayana Mandala.
Sankosho symbolizes the three parts of Buddha, lotus, and gold, and the three densities of body, mouth, and will.
The dokkoso is a mallet held by Seishi Bosatsu, Teishakuten, and other bodhisattvas.A symbol of the Dokuitsu hokkai.
Kongorei is sounded during esoteric practices to awaken and please the Buddha.
Shakujou is used by ascetics to indicate the role or presence of the Buddha, the lotus, in averting and preventing calamities.
Mikkyohogu related products(密教法具関連用品)
Tahotho/KaenShariire/Maruto/Hotho/elephant incense burner/Mandala of the Two Realms
In the Heian period (794-1185), with the advent of Tendai Daishi (Saicho), founder of the Tendai sect, and Kobo Daishi (Kukai), founder of the Shingon sect, esoteric Buddhism was further deepened and the design of esoteric Buddhist ritual tools was further developed.
In particular, the esoteric Buddhist ritual implements that Kobo-Daishi, who entered Tang Dynasty China at that time, brought back to Japan after receiving various teachings from the great acharya Keika of Seiryuji Temple in Tang, are described in detail in “Mikage Reikiroku” and still remain at Toji Temple in Kyoto, along with the actual articles.
Esoteric Buddhism flourished during the Tang Dynasty (China), then declined during the Tang Dynasty, but was introduced to Japan by Japanese monks who traveled to the Tang Dynasty, and esoteric Buddhism further developed in Japan.
The eight who went to Tang were “Saicho” of the Tendai sect, “Kukai” of the Shingon sect, “Joko” and “Enkyo” of the Shingon sect, “Ennin” and “Enchin” of the Tendai sect, and “Keiun” and “Souei” of the Eastern sect. Ennin” and “Enchin” of the Tendai sect, and “Keiun” and “Souei” of the Toso sect. The eight who entered the Tang Dynasty are known as the “Eight Families of Tang,” and although they were of different ages, the esoteric Buddhist artifacts they brought back differed in many ways and have been refined along with their respective doctrines and rituals to the present day.
In “Shugendo,” which has a close relationship with esoteric Buddhism, mountain worship and esoteric Buddhism have been fused since the Asuka period when En no Gyoja was active, leading to the lineage of Kukai and Enchin of the Eight Families who entered Tang Dynasty. The fact that esoteric Buddhism is still alive in the world of Shugen, and that esoteric Buddhist ritual implements are important tools for spiritual practice, should be no doubt.
At Inada Horindo, the owner himself uses Dharma tools and Shakujou to practice face to face with the Buddha.
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