Ancient buddhist altar ZUSHI 古代お厨子三様 京仏具(株)小堀 (3DCG)




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Published on Jan 25, 2009

ZUSHI is believed to be an antetype of a Buddhist altar. Thousands of years ago, people were taught to enshrine the statue of Buddha in Zushi and practice Buddhism. One of the most famous Zushi in Japan, Tamamushi no Zushi is in Horyuji-temple enshrining the statue of Kannon. Horyuji-temple is the oldest wooden architecture in the world and acknowledged as one of the cultural heritages of the world. ZUSHI has been appreciated for a long time as an entrance to the spiritual enlightenment.
In recent years, ZUSHI is used as a feretory as well as a Buddhist altar, and is commonly used among people of various religious beliefs.
Furnish you living room or drawing room with this gorgeous, beautiful ZUSHI feretory. Place memorial tablets, pictures, and mementos of your ancestors and deceased beloved people, or even of your pets in Zushi. Remember and live with your loved ones and their memories.
ZUSHI of beautiful design with gold film and lacquer paint will add an extra taste in your life as well as in your home.



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