Premium Laser Crystal Figure Collection: Blue Dragon
5cm x 8cm x 5 cm; 500grams
Materials: Premium Laser Crystal
Copyright credit ©Kensin
The dimensions of the Blue Dragon figurine is 5 x 8 x 5 centimeters and its overall weight is 500 grams. It also comes with its own gift box and a character card of Blue Dragon. This product was created by ©Kensin, a company that shares the beauty of the ancient art through its various creations.
Blue Dragon from the Epic Saga Samurai Animals
The Blue Dragon from Samurai Animals has the role of a general. He leads the army that fights against the White Tiger. The original saga Samurai Animals is a tale of the animals of the twelve zodiacs. They are grouped into two opposing armies.
Samurai Animals is a spectacular series that combines two elements that greatly influenced the past and the current society. With the combination of the twelve zodiacs animals and the Samurai, the series has become more popular.
People can identify themselves with one of the animal characters in the story. This is by choosing their favorite or by checking their birth years.
The Dragon in the Twelve Zodiacs
The zodiac relates an animal to each year and its specific attributes based on a twelve-year cycle. This has become part of the culture of a lot of Asian countries. Aside from beliefs and superstitions, these have been used in a wide range of tales and folklore. Even today, a lot of Asians still rely on zodiacs to predict ones fortune.
When it comes to the dragon in the Chinese zodiac, this symbolizes strength, power, and good luck. In the Japanese culture, dragons have been associated with outstanding wisdom and supernatural powers.
Those who were born on the year of the dragon are known to be strong, independent, and hardworking people. While these are some of their strengths, they also yearn for love and support.
Legend of the Dragon
In the zodiac cycle, the dragon is the fifth animal. According to the legend. There was one Jade Emperor who decided that the order of animals will depend on their order of the animals arrival to the party. Everyone expected the Dragon to come early, but instead, he arrived after the Rat, Tiger, Rabbit, and Ox.
When he was asked why he arrived late, the Dragon explained that he saw a village suffering from drought on the way. Because of that, he stopped and created rain to help them. The news brought joy to the Jade Emperor. With this noble deed, he gave the Dragon the fifth position.
Among the Chinese, dragons are the most respected animal. They call themselves the descendants of this animal. During the ancient periods, the Chinese saw the emperors as the dragons reincarnation.