|Pseudonym reading||Mokuzo Rei Go Amida and Bosatsu|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||July 25, 1956|
|location||Ichinoseki City Higashiyama-cho|
|owner||Twenty-fifth statue image preservation committee|
|home page||Ichinoseki City (Cultural property of town)|
Image Takamoto Takashi Amida Nyorai 109.1 cm.
Wooden, Yaki, lacquered finish.
The head is a complement and damaged but the remnants of Tonami are retained on the crest.
The twenty-fifth group of image groups are all remaining, reaching a total number of about 200 pieces, and they are noted for their excellent molding and unusual style.
This group of Buddha statues, as well as the statue of Amida in the Udo temple of Uji in Kyoto, was created by the coming-to-day idea of coming to this world and being reborn in the paradise.
It is valuable in this prefecture as a group image during the Heian period.