A common symbol can be seen at Todaiji Temple in Nara Prefecture. It was burnt down twice since its foundation and rebuilt in Kamakura and the Edo period.

The Kondo, where the Great Buddha is located, was rebuilt and is different in size from when it was first built.

The left and right sites in front of the Kondo are said to be the size at the time of construction, and are the size of the golden ratio.
The curve of the golden ratio of the Onigawara of Todaiji Temple. A zigzag symbol can also be seen on the forehead. 

The Great Buddha of Nara. You can see the halo, the golden ratio vortex pattern, and the pose showing the palm. The conclusion was that this Great Buddha also represents Emptiness.

The vortex pattern on the head of the Great Buddha is also a golden ratio.

The Kokuzo Bosatsu statue next to the Great Buddha in Nara. Here too, a halo, a vortex pattern of the golden ratio, and a pose that shows the palm of your hand.

The golden ratio vortex pattern can also be seen in the Tamontenzo and Komokutenzo statues in the Kondo of Todaiji Temple. Standing on both sides of the entrance, with a golden ratio and a three-pronged spear, this statue is also made of a common symbol.

The golden ratio can also be seen in the golden bronze octagonal lantern in front of the Great Buddha Hall.