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''Butsu Zone'' is a [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga and the first serialized work by HiroyukiTakei, author of ''Manga/ShamanKing''.

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''Butsu Zone'' is a [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga and the first serialized work manga by HiroyukiTakei, author of the more famous ''Manga/ShamanKing''.


* KiAttacks: Jizo's Mudra Beam.

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* KiAttacks: KiManipulation: Jizo's Mudra Beam.


''Butsu Zone'' is a [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga and the first serialized work by HiroyukiTakei, author of ShamanKing.

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''Butsu Zone'' is a [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga and the first serialized work by HiroyukiTakei, author of ShamanKing.''Manga/ShamanKing''.



* ReusedCharacterDesign: The [[ShamanKing Itako Anna]] appears. Takei has stated that she is his "lucky charm" of sorts.

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* ReusedCharacterDesign: The [[ShamanKing [[Manga/ShamanKing Itako Anna]] appears. Takei has stated that she is his "lucky charm" of sorts.


Some time in the present, a young orphan named Sachi is in the midst of being chased off the Buddhist temple in which she and her grandfather live to make way for the Mignola Clan's four-star hotel redevelopment project. One of the gangsters notices the temple's patron god - the Bodhisattva Kannon - who was reputed to bear one thousands arms, each dedicated to helping and protective humanity. When told as such, another gangster insults the god and threatens violence against Sachi, and is surprised by the statue coming alive and punching him in the face. The statue shatters, revealing within a teenage boy in ascetic robes, who berates them for raising their hands in such a dishonorable way. The boy introduces himself as Sennju, who comes from the land of the Buddhas.

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Some time in the present, a young orphan named Sachi is in the midst of being chased off the Buddhist temple in which she and her grandfather live to make way for the Mignola Clan's four-star hotel redevelopment project. One of the gangsters notices the temple's patron god - the Bodhisattva Kannon - who was reputed to bear one thousands arms, each dedicated to helping and protective protecting humanity. When told as such, another gangster insults the god and threatens violence against Sachi, and is surprised by the statue coming alive and punching him in the face. The statue shatters, revealing within a teenage boy in ascetic robes, who berates them for raising their hands in such a dishonorable way. The boy introduces himself as Sennju, who comes from the land of the Buddhas.


Some time in the present, a young orphan named Sachi is in the midst of being chased off the Buddhist temple in which she and her grandfather live in to make way for the Mignola Clan's four-star hotel redevelopment project. One of the gangsters notices the temple's patron god - the Bodhisattva Kannon - who was reputed to bear one thousands arms, each dedicated to helping and protective humanity. When told as such, another gangster insults the god and threatens violence against Sachi, and is surprised by the statue coming alive and punching him in the face. The statue shatters, revealing within a teenage boy in ascetic robes, who berates them for raising their hands in such a dishonorable way. The boy introduces himself as Sennju, who comes from the land of the Buddhas.

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Some time in the present, a young orphan named Sachi is in the midst of being chased off the Buddhist temple in which she and her grandfather live in to make way for the Mignola Clan's four-star hotel redevelopment project. One of the gangsters notices the temple's patron god - the Bodhisattva Kannon - who was reputed to bear one thousands arms, each dedicated to helping and protective humanity. When told as such, another gangster insults the god and threatens violence against Sachi, and is surprised by the statue coming alive and punching him in the face. The statue shatters, revealing within a teenage boy in ascetic robes, who berates them for raising their hands in such a dishonorable way. The boy introduces himself as Sennju, who comes from the land of the Buddhas.


** Likewise, Bato's human form resembles the Mariachi from ''{{Desperado}}''.

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** Likewise, Bato's human form resembles the Mariachi from ''{{Desperado}}''.''Film/{{Desperado}}''.


* FragileSpeedster: Ashura.

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%% * FragileSpeedster: Ashura.


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''Butsu Zone'' is a [[NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga and the first serialized work by HiroyukiTakei, author of ShamanKing.

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''Butsu Zone'' is a [[NeedsMoreLove [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga and the first serialized work by HiroyukiTakei, author of ShamanKing.


* TheAtoner: Asura, at the end.



* TheBigGuy: Bato.



* LifeEnergy



* LifeEnergy

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* LifeEnergyMessianicArchetype: It is said that Sachi will attain enlightenment and become the Buddha Mirouko.



* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Sennju and Ashura have this relationship.



* ThePsychoRangers: The demons of Mara, who possess the representative statues of the Buddhas and become the Butsu-Droids.



* TheAtoner: Asura, at the end.
* TheBigGuy: Bato.
* MessianicArchetype: It is said that Sachi will attain enlightenment and become the Buddha Mirouko.
* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Sennju and Ashura have this relationship.
* ThePsychoRangers: The demons of Mara, who possess the representative statues of the Buddhas and become the Butsu-Droids.


''Butsu Zone'' is a [[NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga by HiroyukiTakei, his first serialized work.

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''Butsu Zone'' is a [[NeedsMoreLove rather-obscure]] manga and the first serialized work by HiroyukiTakei, his first serialized work.author of ShamanKing.


* TheMessiah: It is said that Sachi will attain enlightenment and become the Buddha Mirouko.

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* TheMessiah: MessianicArchetype: It is said that Sachi will attain enlightenment and become the Buddha Mirouko.


* DeadLittleSister: Junkei's motivation for vengeance.


* HumansAreBastards: Ashura's main philosophy.

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* HumansAreBastards: HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Ashura's main philosophy.


* ReusedCharacterDesign: The [[ShamanKing Itako Anna]] appears. Takei has stated that she is his "lucky charm" of sorts.



* StarSystem: The [[ShamanKing Itako Anna]] appears. Takei has stated that she is his "lucky charm" of sorts.

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