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|Size M||8 3/4”- 9 3/4” (22-24cm)|
|Size L||10”- 10 3/4” (25-27cm)|
|Size LL||10 3/4”- 11 3/4” (27-29cm)|
[Length (from top to heel)]
approx 7” (18cm)
|Size L||approx 9” (23cm)|
Cotton, acrylic, polyester, polyurethane
* Made in Nara, the largest socks production district in Japan.
Protected by muscular guardians!
KONGO RIKISHI AUM SOCKS features two Nios: Agyo on the left and Ungyo on the right.Kongo Rikishi (Nio) are two protectors standing still today at the entrance of many Buddhist temples. As you can see from their muscular body and legs, they are known as deities of health and fortitude.
The socks will you to be a good walker. Probably.
Vividly colored and masculine, Nio’s brimming intimidation contrasts with a background.
Perfect for daily use.
One Nio opens his mouth saying “Ahh” and the other closes his mouth saying “Oon”, which expresses the birth and death of all things, the yin and yang.
What a profound meaning they have!AUM means The Absolute in Sanskrit.
These are perfectly suited socks!
Each sock has a different Nio design.
* Due to the characteristic of this product, colored threads may be visible in the white portion.
We developed these items with a socks manufacturer in Nara prefecture.
Nara is known as the largest socks producing region in Japan.Imanishi Socks Co., Ltd. is located in Takada city where many local manufacturers thrive.
We were happy to work with this renowned, highly skilled socks company. Although the concept is very unique and the products are niche, the president of Imanishi Socks graciously accepted our production order.
Thanks to their excellent skill and quality, we are able to offer Buddha themed socks. It is our honor to create a one of a kind product with a local manufacturer in Nara, the same place where we can see the largest collection of Buddhist statues in Japan.
We hope our Butsushita socks’ popularity spreads around the world.