Jūichimen Kanzeon Bosatsu, or the Buddha of Compassion(Sk: Ekadasamukha)
This gold Eleven-Faced Kannon Bosatsu has a compassionate face and ten faces on top of the head.
It is the largest wooden Kannon statue in Japan with a vase in the left hand and a staff and rosary in the right hand.
People have believed in the Buddha of Compassion who helps those in distress and brings tangible rewards in this life.
The present statue was rebuilt in 1538, height: 10.18 m
Important Cultural Property