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Specified type Prefecture designation
Type Craft
Designated date April 8, 2016
Specified details
quantity One side
location Rikuzentakata City Hirotacho
owner Private storage
Holding group
Management organization
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Body material consists of 1 mirror plate, 1 mirror plate, 2 Scorpio, 1 bowl-shaped sitting statue, 2 vases, both arms are bent on the mirror plate and 2 fingers are twisted in front of belly It is a moxibustion with a figure of two eyelids, a single statue of Buddha and seven faces on the top of the head, and a figure of a statue of Samurai sitting on a pedestal consisting of lotus position and rock seat. It is recognized as an eleven-faced Kannon by the inscriptions of the inscription on the back of the mirror.
The diameter of the mirror plate is 49.9 cm (1 scale 6 inches 5 minutes), and the image height of the saddle-shaped sitting image is 20.4 cm at present. The size of Furthermore, the eleven-faced Kannon Zen sitting image and its base clearly express a three-dimensional effect, and the height of interest in the design such as the pattern of the outer area and the Scorpio with a bite shape is also noted. Its impressive presence and careful and dignified production techniques make it an example of the area of medieval Iwate prefecture.
Other than the production year of Meiei 5 years from the inscription of the mirror height, the production purpose, the applicant, etc. are written, and it turns out that it was created for the purpose of dedicating to Kurosaki Shrine, and it conveys valuable information of medieval history. .
The main shrine is very unique with its high level of interest in design and with the square, and it is also a regional feature of the Kesen region, similar to the wooden 11-faced Kannon Zen standing statue of Jozen-ji Temple in Rikuzentakata City. These characteristics may indicate that the environment in which the Early Modern Oshogi Group, whose individuality has specially developed, has appeared in the Iwate Prefecture area has already been fostered, and the historical culture of the early Iwate It should be highly appreciated not only from art history, but also from the viewpoint of regional history and cultural history, as the forerunner of those justice groups that have made