Japanese Religious Artefacts

We have a huge range of Shinto and Buddhist artefacts. These include Shrines, Altar Tables, Sutra Desks, Candelabra, Statues, Lanterns, Scrolls, Masks and more ...

Our courier services Brisbane, Toowoomba, Sunshine Coast, Cairns, Townsville, Mackay, Sydney, Newcastle, Illawarra, Albury, Central Coast, Northern Rivers, Canberra, Melbourne, Bendigo, Ballarat, Geelong, Adelaide, Perth & Tasmania. If you live outside of these areas then we will find another removalist. Delivery charges can be found on our Shipping page.

To enquire or purchase any of our items, please call the shop 07 5591 5088 or email

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Daikoku Japanese God of Wealth Statue

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Stock#OP01

Age Showa (ca. 1930)

Height 1500mm

Width 600mm

Depth 480mm

 

Price $1760

Shipping with removalist

Japanese Buddhist Altar - Butsudan

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Stock#RP01

Age Showa (ca. 1950)

Height 1370mm

Width 560mm (opened 1040mm)

Depth 460mm

 

Region Omi

 

Price $1688

Shipping with removalist

Kutani Hotei Statue

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Stock#CO01
Height 450mm
Width 270mm
Depth 230mm
Style Kutani
 
Price $528
Shipping Category 5

Lacquered Buddha

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Stock#RN01

Age Showa Period (Ca 1930)

Material Lacquered Japanese Cedar (Sugi)

Height 680mm

Width 515mm

Depth 425mm

Region Nara 

 

Price $1388

Sun Goddess Scroll

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Stock#AJR35

Material Paper

Height 1360mm

Width 400mm

poor condition - holes & creases

 

Price $88

Scroll - Imperial Family

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Stock#AJB68

Material Paper

Height 1510mm

Width 490mm

ok condition

Taisho 1 (1912)

 

Price $146

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Ceramic Amida

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Stock#RJ002

Age Showa (Ca 1970)

Height 240mm

Width 70mm

Depth 60mm

 

Price $189

Shipping Category 1

Shinto - Sun Goddess

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Stock#AHR71

Material Paper

Height 1090mm

Width 290mm

 

Price $149

more images available

Shikoku Pilgrimage Scroll

scroll#ac033
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Stock#AC033

Material Silk on Paper

Height 1700mm

Width 500mm

 

Price $50  

These are unused scrolls bought from an auction run by Buddhists on Shikoku. Monks go on a pilgrimage and carry these scrolls along their journey. Each temple they stop at gives them a stamp that they attach to the scroll.