Jingo-ji Temple was a very pleasant surprise. Number 21 on the Kyushu Pilgrimage, it is/was a Shugendo center based around 2 small waterfalls. There was a lot of statuary, and while I am no expert, I have gotten better at identifying the myraid deities that inhabit the spiritual sphere of Japan. This first one, riding a peacock, is I think Amida, though I am not 100% certain.
This is Enma, the head judge of Hell, sometimes known as the King of Hell.
In premodern times the deity Inari took many forms, but a common one was as an old man accompanied by a fox or foxes.
I believe this is a pair of Jizo.
Statues of the reclining Buddha are relatively rare in japan compared to other Buddhist countries. This one is about 9 meters in length and carved in situ.
Almost certainly this is Kannon.