Ornamental bodhisattva statues or bosatsu of Japan for sale in Tokyo

Ornamental bodhisattva statues have been becoming popular these days providing peace of mind to wide variety of people in this stressful life.

Their faces look so peaceful so that they will give you comfort and strength.

They come in two different sizes and you can actually take a closer look at my store in Tokyo. To visit our store, please scroll down to the bottom of this page.

The larger bodhisattva statues are about 15cm in hight and the smaller ones are about 7cm.


The hight varies depending on the types of bodhisattva statues. I will not go into details of each statues, but you can find many literatures on each of them on internet.


Manjushri or Monjyu-bosatsu in Japanese represents wisdom and the wisest of the bodhisattva.


Acala or Fudo-myo-oh in Japanese is said to be a powerful deity who protects all by burning away all impediments antarāya (障難, shōnan) and defilements.


Samantabhadra or Fugen-bosatsu in Japanese is associated with practice and meditation.


Vairocana or Dainichi-nyorai is a celestial buddha who is often interpreted as the Dharma Body.


Mahasthamaprapta or Seishi-bosatsu in Japanese represents the power of wisdom.


Saharabhujya or Senjyu-kannon-bosatsu is said to have one thousand arms and eyes to solve any hardship people have and provide anything they want.


Akasagarbha or Koku-zo-bosatsu in Japanese is God of wisdom and memory.


Amitabha or Amida-nyorai in Japanese is a buddha of infinite light and life and it has been said that people can go to heaven or gokuraku jodo by praying Namuamidabutsu.

These 15cm hight large bodhisttva statues are all 17,100yen+tax / each and made by a notorious Buddha craftsmen.


They also come in the smaller versions of 7cm in hight and the small ones are all 3,650yen+tax / each.



Bhaiṣajyaguru or Yakushi-nyorai in Japanese is buddha of medicine and healing.



It is about 18cm in hight and it is 17,100yen+tax.


Siddhartha or Shaka-nyorai is a founder of buddhism

The hight is also about 18cm and the price is 17,100yen+tax.



How to purchase them?

You can either visit our store in Tokyo or you can send us emails and we can send them overseas by EMS or send them to those designated hotels or places within Japan where you specify after confirming your payment.

Please choose the bodhisttva statues you want to purchase and we will calculate the cost of EMS (we normally provide cheaper option if it is available) and we will request the payment with Paypal to you by email. We will send it to you right after we confirm your payment.

For domestic delivery within Japan, the shipping cost is only 648yen and it is free when the total goes over 10,800yen.

Shipping cost will be around 1,400yen to Aisa, 2,000yen to the USA and 2,200yen to Europian countries with EMS, but cheaper service is also available (but will take longer). With the cheaper e packet service, the cost will be about the half of EMS.

Contact address is info(at)mabysoshite.com  (please change the (at) to @).

    <Order flow>

1. Choose the box you want and send an email to us (Please tell us your address)

2. We will reply to you with the cost of EMS and cheaper option price for you to choose.

3. We will send you PayPal payment instruction by email

4. We will send the goods as soon as we confirm your payment.

Alternatively if you happen to be in Tokyo, you can visit us in Aoyama, Tokyo.

How to visit us in Tokyo?

The shop is only 1min walk from Gaienmae station exit 1b on Ginza line Tokyo Metro.

Gaienmae station is only 2 stops away from Shibuya.

If you are a visitor to Japan, please bring your passport, so you can claim for tax free!


MA by So Shi Te

2-22-15 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku,

Tokyo Japan 107–0062

Tel: 03-3401-0922


Tax Free Shopping

When the total of your purchase exceeds over 5,000yen, you can claim for tax free shopping. We need your passport to prepare the tax free document, so please do not forget to bring it with you, when you visit our store in Tokyo.


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