The seated figure of Gozanze Myoo (Trailokya-vijaya) carved by Gyokai, a disciple of the famous Buddhist sculptor Keiho. This fearsome wooden figure dating back to 1234 is a Japanese National Treasure.
伊豆の国市 「願成就院」の国宝・運慶仏: きらきら星
毘沙門天立像-bisyamontenryuuzou-(vaizravaNa) One person of the Buddha of a 天部(tenbu) ,Moreover, one in four persons' guardian deity. The work of an engraver 運慶.
He carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); and is seated on rock (because Fudo is “immovable” in his faith).