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Japanese Home Altar Butsudan

A Butsudan, sometimes spelled Butudan, is a shrine commonly found in temples and homes in Japanese Buddhist cultures. A butsudan is either a defined, often ornate platform or simply a wooden cabinet sometimes crafted with doors that enclose and protect a Gohonzon or religious icon, typically a statue or painting of a Buddha or Bodhisattva, or a calligraphic mandala scroll. If there are doors used, a Butsudan enshrines the Gohonzon icon during religious observances, and close after usage. Black lacquer cabinet containing: alter cloth, meditation gong, incense bowl, Okishiba cup, scroll, and candle holders

Dimensions 16.0ʺW x 8.0ʺD x 24.0ʺH
Item ID 1019460

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