|Pseudonym reading||How to read|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Type||Tangible folk cultural property|
|Designated date||March 30, 1982|
Morioka Kotobuki (10 sheets) The Morioka Kogi was started by Morioka Toshisaku Morioka, who was a seal engraver and a sculptor with Morioka Aoi.
It is guessed that it is about the culture first year (1804).
The production process is in four stages: editing, sketching, sculpture and handrailing. At that time, a first-class painter at the castle drew a sketch.
There are no printings in the Edo period, and those from the Meiji 20s are left.