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Jizo: Buddhist Protector of Children and Travellers

These 70 Jizo statues, peacefully lined up in the Kanmangafuchi Abyss overlooking the Daiya River in Nikko, Japan, are believed to protect children and travellers. The statues can be spotted in many places and other countries too, especially on roadsides and mountain bases.

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These 70 Jizo statues are peacefully lined up in the Kanmangafuchi Abyss overlooking the Daiya River in Nikko, Japan. The statues can be spotted at many places and other countries too, especially along roadsides and at mountain bases. They are likely seen with a red cloth tied around the necks with a knitted red cap covering the heads.

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In Buddhism, the Jizo is believed to be the protector of children, travellers and the sick. It is also the patron saint of the deceased. It is popularly known as “Bake Jizo”, which means Ghost Jizo because their number seems to change when viewed from different angles. If you ever come across a line of Jizo statues along your travels, pay a short time to marvellously gaze at the spiritual icon.

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