A hanging scroll of the Hie Sanno Mandara (日吉山王曼荼羅), a mandala depicting the local deities of Hie Jinja Shrine (日吉神社), i.e. present-day Hiyoshi Taisha Grand Shrine (日吉大社) in Ōtsu, Shiga Prefecture, as manifestations of the Buddhist divinities of Mount Hiei (比叡山) north of Kyoto, with the deities and divinities matched up throughout the landscape of the mountain
Color on silk dating to the Kamakura period (1185-1333) from the collection of Hyakusaiji Temple (百済寺) in Higashiōmi, Shiga Prefecture
Image from "Shintō: The Sacred Art of Ancient Japan" edited by Victor Harris, published by the British Museum Press. 2001, page 173
One of my floral mandala dice sets in a dark rainbow colour scheme. This material is actually reflective, so these appear even more bright and colourful when light shines directly on them. They also glow in the dark!
Numbers still to be painted - I'm not sure what colour to paint them so suggestions are welcome!
A copy of the Godai Kokuzō Mandara (五大虚空蔵曼荼羅), a mandala focused in the center on the five emanations of Kokuzō Bodhisattva (虚空蔵菩薩), dating to the Kamakura period (1185-1333) at Seinanin Temple (西南院) on Mount Kōya (高野山) in Wakayama Prefecture
Image from "天部の諸尊 / Divine Figures in the Realm of Deva" published by the Kōyasan Reihōkan Museum (高野山霊宝館) on Mount Kōya in 1994, page 32