Fuku Kensaku Kannon is one of the six manifestations of Kannon Bodhisattvas, and its figure ordinarily consists of three eyes and six arms though other types of figure exist. This Buddhist statue carries a rope called Kensaku with which, it is believed, it saves all the living things. Between the Nara period and the Kamakura period, belief in this Kannon became popular among the people of Japan. A topknot is on the head. Its eyes on the round face look strong and merciful with a prominent nose and a firm lip. Neither pectoral nor belt of stone patterns is engraved on the body. Thus appearance of this statue is very simple. It is made of a single piece of wood together with its pedestal. As a whole, this statue looks heavy, and patterns of its garment are rather simple. In some places marks of colored patterns can be identified. This statue has eight arms which were repaired later. Nothing is carried in the hands. Simple and sophisticated design is well represented.