Nyoirin Kannon Bosatsu, or the Buddha of Wish-Granting(Sk: Cintamanicakra)
The Buddha of Wish-Granting is the largest clay Buddhist statue in Japan and known as one of the three Great Buddha Statues.
The statue was once brightly painted, but after 1200 years, those paints have worn away, however you can still see faint colors that remain.
It was also said that a monk named Kūkai, (posthumously Kōbō Daishi) made the statue by mixed clay brought from China, Korea and Japan.
-Important Cultural Property, Date:8th century, Clay, height: 4.6m
More infomation about the Three Great Buddha Statues:
[METAL] The Birushana Buddha of Todaiji Temple (Nara Great Buddha)
[WOOD] The Eleven-Faced Kannon Bosatsu of Hase temple
[CLAY] The Nyoirin Kannon Bosatsu of Oka Temple