|Pseudonym reading||New Year's Eve|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||September 16, 1994|
|location||Hanamaki City Towamachi Taniuchi|
Image height 158.0 cm.
Katsura wood, a wooden frame, a base, an engraved eye.
The Tendai-style 11-faced Kannon standing statue, in which the Buddha statues are arranged in a row on the top of the crown, in which nine rough rough carvings are engraved, and one of the Buddha statues on the back of the head and the Buddha neck on the top are omitted.
In that respect, although it is a different form that does not follow the promise of “11-faced Kannon-kei,” it shows sculptural characteristics that are the same as the 11-faced Kannon standing statues of the same prefecture designated It is recognized that it is made by
There is a device that does not give a sense of incongruity from neck to chest by raising the neck from the inside to the neck with the neck that does not cut in three ways, and there is subtle incongruity across the trunk of the trunk Expressive expression that has been taken care of produces a form that meets the original purpose of the Kannon image, which gives a sense of familiarity rather than being a simple style.
Compared with the Unun-ji Temple statue, there are minor differences in the structure of the nose-like nose with the upper lip sticking out, but the entire carved mouth is common, and conveys a style in which a distinctive personality is recognized, and it is a valuable relic.