|Pseudonym reading||From Renge to Kamomon Makieda|
|Specified type||Country designated / important cultural property|
|Designated date||February 8, 1958|
|location||Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing|
|home page||Hiraizumi's cultural heritage|
12.72 cm in height.
One side length 142.42 cm.
It is a wooden, square altar, and the sides are carved with double lotus valves of gourd and water lotus and black lacquered.
The deck is a laminate of four boards, and it is a brushed-out sketch of gold and silver on the ground of black lacquer, and it represents lotus flower and arabesque text, but it is severely scraped and only a part of it remains.
There are very few examples that remain in the Heian period, and in particular, the altar of gold, silver and gold paintings is the only example.