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Hear speak see do no evil

Hear speak see do no evil. MI-Zaru monkey, Kika-Zaru and Willow-Zaru and the forgotten Shi-Zaru

Hear speak see do no evil. MI-Zaru monkey, Kika-Zaru and Willow-Zaru and the forgotten Shi-Zaru

Hear speak see do no evil
The “Three Monkeys” have become part of the global popular culture, identifiable and reproducible in different parts of the Earth. Three wise monkeys, who embody in Japan Buddhist principle of evil-doing: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil “, you know. MI-Zaru monkey, Kika-Zaru and Willow-Zaru “hiding” from evil, closing the mouth, eyes and ears; their images are often found and copied and parodied. But they do have a girlfriend, and the fourth image which meets much less often. The forgotten Shi-Zaru embodies the principle of “do no evil” and covers his arms belly or perineum area. Because the Japanese believe the number 4 unlucky fourth monkey very rarely mentioned.

Because the Japanese believe the number 4 unlucky fourth monkey very rarely mentioned.

Sand sculpture. Because the Japanese believe the number 4 unlucky fourth monkey very rarely mentioned.

Picture of the fourth monkey is rare. For the Japanese, the number 4 is considered unlucky, and therefore, in spite of the deep philosophical meaning, the fourth figure of monkey almost never mentioned. The image of a forgotten monkey embodies the principle of “do not commit evil.”

Hear speak see do no evil

do no evil is the most important monkey

Among the four wise monkeys, do no evil is the most important monkey

four wise monkeys

Sculptural composition of four wise monkeys

Three monkeys on the bench. Sculpture, San Francisco, United States

The sculpture of Three monkeys on the bench. Sculpture, San Francisco, United States

wooden sculpture

wooden sculpture of four wise monkeys

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