|Pseudonym reading||How are you going?|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||March 4, 1980|
|location||Oshu-shi Esashi-ku Tahara Jojita|
Diameter 24.2 cm.
On the large, round copper thin plate, the thickness of the Sanson of Senju (Kanson), the statue of Tenshakan (right), and the immovable king (left) are strongly engraved.
Kannon sits on the lotus position, and both sides stand on the rock.
The overturn leaves a small part of the head and the others are missing.
Only the right side of the fishing rod washer remains.
The copper plate is distorted overall.
It is a work of the Kamakura period.
Although it is a rustic regional production, it is a masterpiece that shows the characteristics of this era.
It is a Tendai sect of Buddha, and it is rare that its examples remain.