Forget about being turned into a tree. This is the way I want to be remembered when I get isekaied into my next life!
In Japan, one thing that you might see in an average home is a Buddhist altar dedicated to loved ones who have passed on from this world called a butsudan. For the most part, they don’t call much attention to themselves and are just a regular part of everyday Japanese life. However, that doesn’t mean that they can’t also be fun and taken to an epic scale so long as you’re willing to shell out the extra money. And that’s exactly what the cosplay replica weapon shop Takumi Armory and butsudan maker Soshin is hoping you’ll do upon hearing about their new partnership.
What you see in the image above is a rather impressive-looking display that looks like it came straight out of a Japanese role-playing game. In fact, it looks like the final resting place of an epic hero who slew many villains and successfully navigated many a heroic adventure before finally being laid to rest. What you might not realize is that this display is meant to be set up in your home as a tribute to your loved one who possibly defeated a few enemies of their own in one way or another before ultimately being forced to move on to their next phase of existence.
As you might imagine, a tribute of this caliber will not come cheap as these displays will run you a minimum of 880,000 yen (US$7,650) just for the display (you still have to buy the urn and bells separately). Still, though, if you had someone in your life who lived a heroic life and deserves to be remembered as such, this would make for an amazing tribute. You can check out all the details on how to purchase this item from the official website.