|Specified type||National treasure|
|Designated date||March 31, 1953|
|location||Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing|
|Management organization||Chusonji Temple|
|home page||Hiraizumi's cultural heritage|
Shoulders 32.4 cm, strings 32.5 cm, works of the Kamakura period.
It is in the original Motsu-ji Temple Senshedo, and has the inscription "Consecution □□ (Erase)" and "Kencho Two-Year Grand Festival New Year".
A double-sided bowl of a normal type consisting of three arcs of upper and lower edges of a copper-plated copper plate, the shoulder space and the strings are both larger than 30 cm, and the angle is low.
With a large, fine Scorpio in the center, large peacock letters cast out on the left and right, plus a hair-carving, the front and back are almost identical, but one side is made of peacocks as floriculture birds.
The shape is grand and rich.