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|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||May 10, 2011|
|quantity||One blue-faced golden statue, two Doji statues, three monkey statues, one pedestal, one Kotobuki|
|location||Ninohe City Kanada Ichijikan|
|owner||Religious corporation Chojuji Temple|
Blue-faced metal-clad statue Total height 149.5 cm, image height 110.2 cm
Image height 48.5 cm of two children
Image height 48.0 cm of two children
Three monkey statues (unsolicited) 20.5 cm, (unseen) 19.7 cm, (unseen) 19.8 cm
A large, rare statue of a Buddhist statue encased in Chojuji Temple as the principal honor of Shionshin by Ito Okura (80 years old) of Kanada City (currently Ichida Kanaichi) in the 4th year of the Edo Period (1739) It is an extremely excellent wooden carved blue-faced metal-clad statue.
In addition, the statue is excellent in carving techniques and coloring decoration, and is extremely valuable as a wooden statue of the Edo period in the middle of the Edo period, and also as a full-scale, beautiful Buddha sculpture.