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13M263 Altar

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Item#:
13M263
Material: Wood
Age: Late Showa period (1940's-present)
H: 49.75 inches, W: 21.50 inches, D: 17.13 inches
Price: $0.00
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Product Description

This is an old and beautiful Japanese Butsudan (literal meaning, "Buddha altar" or "House of Buddha") from mid.1900's.  It is an altar that is often found in temples and homes in Japan. 

The Butsudan is a wooden cabinet with doors that enclose and protect a Gohonzon or other Buddhist icons, typically a statue or painting of a Buddha or scroll. The doors are opened to display the icon during religious observances and closed before sunset. 

 

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