Emperor Bidatsu, also known as Prince Oshisaka, reigned as the 30th Emperor of Japan from 572 to 585. His reign is marked by the introduction of Buddhism to Japan, which led to significant cultural and religious changes. He is remembered for navigating complex political tensions between Buddhist and traditional Shinto adherents. Despite his relatively short reign, Bidatsu played a crucial role in the early spread of Buddhism, which had a lasting impact on Japanese culture and society. His reign marks an important transitional phase in the country's history.

The 'Emperor Bidatsu' artwork, made of crystal clear plexiglass, brings a piece of early Japanese history into your space. This piece reflects the period of spiritual awakening and cultural fusion during Bidatsu's reign, with an artistic representation that embodies the delicate balance between Buddhism and Shinto traditions. Available in four sizes (60x90, 80x120, 100x150, 120x180 cm), this artwork is a subtle, yet powerful addition to any collection, ideal for those who appreciate a touch of historical depth and serenity. Add this elegant work of art to your environment and celebrate an era of transformation and enlightenment.

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