Hachiman Japanese God Canvas Art Print by Clay Roueche
Hachiman is first and foremost The Shinto God of War. In Japan he is viewed as the protector of both warriors and regular people alike.
Because of Emperor Ojin’s association with Hachiman, his symbolic animal messenger is the dove, which can be seen on some statues. Hachiman can also be read Yawata which translates to “8 Banners”, which in legend supposedly fell from heaven when Emperor Ojin was born.
Any person that enjoys the warrior mindset can appreciate this type of symbolism depicted in this Japanese art print.
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