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Pseudonym reading Kujikamonkei
Specified type National treasure
Type Craft
Designated date March 31, 1953
Specified details
quantity One side
location Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing
owner Jizoin
Holding group
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.