Nishikeke Kanoko, founder of Bosatsu Brand, makes T-shirts, sweatshirts and socks featuring drawings of Buddhist gods to encourage more interest in the religion.
Nishikeke Kanoko, founder of Bosatsu Brand, makes T-shirts, sweatshirts and socks featuring drawings of Buddhist gods to encourage more interest in the religion.
Fashion

A Japanese fashion start-up puts Buddha on a shirt to encourage interest in religion, and offer mental health support

  • Nishikeke Kanoko created Bosatsu Brand to encourage people to look closely at Buddhist statues, which reflect the hopes and wisdom of those who made them
  • The designer, who studies Buddhism ‘to get ideas about how I should live my life’, creates T-shirts, sweatshirts and socks featuring images of Buddhist deities

Nishikeke Kanoko, founder of Bosatsu Brand, makes T-shirts, sweatshirts and socks featuring drawings of Buddhist gods to encourage more interest in the religion.
Nishikeke Kanoko, founder of Bosatsu Brand, makes T-shirts, sweatshirts and socks featuring drawings of Buddhist gods to encourage more interest in the religion.
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