Statues of Ojizo-sama, the bodhisattva who protects the souls of the living and the dead
Tonight is the final night of O-bon, the Japanese festival of the dead.
Filed under Shinto / Japanese Religion
Tagged as お盆, buddhism, death, jizo, mercury, obon, thanatos, 地蔵, 仏教
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