|Pseudonym reading||New Year's Eve (Don't War)|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||November 6, 2015|
|location||Rikuzentakata City Yahagi-cho Jiji Temple|
|owner||Religious corporation Kanonji|
It is the left image of three of the three vessels enshrined in Rikuzentakata city and Kannonji Kannon temple.
The main body is a single wooden frame, and its shape is a 2nd and 2nd boat-shaped standing statue, which currently exceeds 2.29 meters.
It is considered that the end of the Heian period is appropriate for the production age of this image from the expression as if the lips were pushed out by inflating the inside of the person, the shape of the nose, and the swelling of the lower chin.
This statue is a valuable example of an ancient sculpture transmitted to Iwate area as well as a wooden six-pointed eleven-faced Kannon statue, and it is a representative example of the coastal area of Iwate prefecture where the examples of ancient sculpture were few compared to the inland area. It is a work to be evaluated as.