The small black box worn by the tengu, a legendary Japanese creature, is a tokin, and Jews carry a black box called Hirakutili on their heads. There is a commandment (Tifflin) inside. In Japan, Yamabushi, a Shugendo practitioner who practices in The mountains, wears a tokin on his head and blows a conch shell, but at Jewish festivals he wears a hilacty (black small box) on his head. Play a sheep's horn instrument called Shofer.

The tokin also has a tengu.

Tengu are often drawn with a high nose. Sarutahiko, who appears in the advent of Tenson in the Nihon Shoki and Kojiki, is also a tengu.

Yamabushi, Jews, tengu, tokins and tokins on the forehead common to these. The tengu has wings, but the statue in common with these is the statue of Aeon in ancient Rome around 1990. Aeon also has wings, and a snake is on the In the story of Adam and Eve in the Old Testament Genesis, it was the snake that fed Eve the fruit of the tree of wisdom in the Garden of Eden. In other words, the snake = wisdom , and the tokin and hiracritty represent the snake = Emptiness on the forehead of Aeon as a symbol.bc5b5-0825e925ab259825e525b025be25e525b125b125e8259625ac25e7258e258b25e9259925a2

Aeon has a long cane in his hand. Yamabushi also holds a long stick called Kongo-zue.
The Kongo-zue is the same as the Kongo-zue, and is owned by the Vajradhara. The Vajra was also found on Aeon's chest and was a common symbol of Emptiness.
There is also a bird-faced tengu called the karasu tengu. This is derived from Karuraten, the guardian deity of Buddhism whose predecessor is Garuda in Indian mythology.
Summarizing these, the conclusion is that Jews, Yamabushi, Sarutahiko, Tengu, Karasutengu, Karuraten, and Garuda are all common symbols of Emptiness.