|Pseudonym reading||New Year's Eve|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||March 4, 1975|
|location||Ofunato-shi Yodogawacho Jade Haseido|
 236.3 cm.
 178.7 cm.
 47.8 cm.
It is enshrined in a palace-shaped lion (built in 1706) as the principal of the Kannon-do.
All three are wooden, Katsura, and wooden.
【Part 1】 The right hand hangs down, and the left hand is the figure with the water bottle held up in front of the chest.
(The water bottle is missing.) The original surface is the original work, such as the surface on the hair and the 10 facets inserted in the upper surface of the treasure hair, and both foot ends are almost similar to the original except for the supplement.
On the pedestal there is an ink-paper of "Kyoho 9 (September 9).
 It is a 11-faced Kannon standing image with the right hand hanging down and bending forward on the left side.
The lines drawn on both sides of the eyebrows, eye outlines, beards, etc., are drawn after the technique of chiseling and are noted as an example of regional production.
[Part 3] It is a normal phase in the form of hanging the right hand, raising the left hand and bending it forward, but there is a scar on the cheek, ear, chest, etc. Be
All three of them are late Heian and damaged, but they are typical chisels and are also of artistic value.