Bishamon is the Japanese Kami (or God) of war and evil. He is the patron of the warriors of Japan as well as the punisher of the evil. He is one of the Seven Gods of Fortune, according to Shinto belief. He is also one of the Four Guardian Gods protecting one of the Cardinal points, the North. According to legend he was called upon and came to the Prince Shotoku in 587 during the anti-Buddhist clans of Japan..
This is a Poly Resin Wall Mount Sai Holder made as a mask of Bishamon. The Sai are inserted into the top of the Kami's head and tips come out through the mouth. The mask is easily mounted with a single steel hanger similar to a picture. The size is 9.25"(L) x 6.25" (W) x 4.25" (D) The material is poly resin
- Crafted from high quality poly resin.
- Paint baked into surface for prevent chipping.
- Designed to be hung from a wall.
- Two holes in the top that can hold a pair of sais.
- Length: 9.25 ".
- Depth: 4.25 ".
- Width: 6.25 ".
- Material: Poly Resin.
- Condition: Brand New.
- available in 3 colors.
- Red demon face sai holder
- Holds two pieces of sai
- Coated in red lacquer effect paint
- Can easily be hung on the wall or any surface
- Sai NOT included