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Pseudonym reading How to make it happen
Specified type National treasure
Type Sculpture
Designated date June 8, 2004
Specified details Designation of wooden Amida Nyorai and Ryowaki Tanuki imaged June 28, 1984 Shigeru sentence designation, wooden canopy February 8, 1948 Craft national treasure designation
location Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing
owner Golden House
Holding group
Management organization
home page Hiraizumi's cultural heritage


Wooden Amida Niryo (Mokuzo Amida Niyori) and Ryowaki Ryozo [3 ょ], Wooden Jizo 菩薩 standing statue (Moku zo さ さ [[[6 軀], Wooden Two Tenno statue (Mokuzo no Uryuzo) [2nd], wooden canopy (Mokuzo Utengai) [1 side].
Wooden Amida Ninara and Ryowaki Iwaki [3rd], Wooden Jizobutsu [6], Wooden Tennosu [2nd], and a wooden canopy [1].
A wooden statue of Kannon Sichuan (2nd floor), a wooden Jizo (6th floor), a wooden 2nd king statue (2nd floor), and a wooden canopy (1 side).
Wooden statues of Amida Buddha (Mokuzo Amida Niyori Azusa) [Round of the right bed, No. 1], wooden light-back pedestals, etc. (Mokuzo Kougurai Zazazanhen) [collective].
Image height 78 to 50 cm (of the 32 bodies, the largest is the two heavens in Qingdao (center) and the smallest is the main cormorant (the left platform)).
Wooden, Yoki, Amanosanson is Hinoki.
Jizo and Niten are Katsura and are gilded with lacquer base.
There are 32 kinds of Buddhas enshrined on the platform of the Golden Hall (Chuo Seongbong, the left platform basic platform, and the right platform).
Centering on each Amidasanson, 6 Jizou on the both sides, and the two heavens of Gokutenten and Masutenten are arranged ahead.
The central Cheonbong was created at the time of the construction of the Golden Hall, and it is believed that the foundation and the Shobong were built on this basis.
In the style of the center, in harmony with the majestic beauty of the hall, with the grace and majestic beauty.
The works of Tenji, Hakugen, Bunji, and from the middle of Heian period to the beginning of Kamakura period, show the transition of the style between them in a single hall, and are highly valuable in art history.
There is no precedent in the country to combine six Jizou with the form of Amidasanson.
However, it is said that there is a slight movement of the statue between each platform.
In the Golden Hall built in Chuson-ji Temple by Fujiwara Kiyoshin (1124), 11 Buddha statues were enshrined on the Shimidan, which houses the remains of Kiyoshi himself. Next, the two sudans containing the ruins of Motohira and Kiyohira were also added, and Buddha statues of the same configuration were placed.
Most of the statues, except for some of the spilled statues, remain as they were and are valuable cultural heritage.
Based on the recent situation where techniques and structures of various statues are better understood by recent research, and restoration research on the original platform has progressed, images that were designated as important cultural properties on June 28, 1959 It was divided into a part of the canopy that was a craft national treasure and then reorganized and upgraded to a national treasure.