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A triad of Buddhist statues arranged in front of a large nimbus *kouhai Œõ”w, that framed all three statues from head to toe *kyoshinkou ‹“gŒõ. The nimbus is usually in the shape of a lotus petal, and each attendant often also has his own head-halo *zukou “ªŒõ. This iconic type originated in China. The Shaka sansonzou Žß‰ÞŽO‘¸‘œ in Houryuuj *Kondou –@—²Ž›‹à“° is a typical Japanese example dating from the Asuka period. Amida Triads in the Zenkouji style *Zenkoujishiki amida sanzon ‘PŒõŽ›Ž®ˆ¢–í‘ÉŽO‘¸ followed this form in later periods.
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