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Pseudonym reading 18 days
Specified type Prefecture designation
Type Painting
Designated date August 27, 1991
Specified details
quantity 1 width
location Tono City Koyucho
owner At the time of regular
Holding group
Management organization
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109.0 cm in length.
Width 36.4 cm.
Period Muromachi period.
Silk book coloring, hanging width coat.
The screen is a full-length, two-dimensional silk cloth, with the top of the one empty container and the following three rows of four-parts.
A mochi canopy is provided above the top of the statue.
Except for immobility, all other lords paint gold mud and represent costume lines with scraps, but the pedestals of lords, immovable kings and other flesh parts, such as patinas, ultramarines, corals, etc. get important points It is used.
The thirteen Buddhas are the immovable kings (first seven days), the Buddhas Buddha (seven days), the moons (seven days), the Feng Jian (seven days), the Jizo clan (five days), the temples (seven days) 67 days), Yakushi Nyara (seven days), Kannon group (one hundred days), Se Zhi (one round group), Amida Ning (three times), Ashuku Nyorai (seven times), Dainichi Nyoraki (one 13 times) ), And 13 Buddhas of the Jizo (the 33rd anniversary), which are Buddhas, lords, and Myo who are considered to be the principal of the deceased's jail and martial arts.
Its formation is not clear, but seems to have an indivisible relationship with the Ten-Oh faith, and unlike the strong ones of the Chinese- and Taoist-like elements of the Ten-Oh, such as the Dainichi Nuri and the Ashuku Nuri, the Shingon It is thought that it will be the founder in Japan, as it has a self-respected image.
I will see many examples in the Edo period after the north and south mornings, but this image is a keynote even from the national point of view, as one of the ancient examples of such relics that would be the hands of a full-fledged Buddhist artist. is there.