|Specified type||Country designated / important cultural property|
|Designated date||June 6, 1984|
|location||Hiraizumicho Hiraizumi character flower stand|
|home page||Hiraizumi's cultural heritage|
Height 111.5 cm.
Small 56.3 cm.
It is said that it was in the Great Amido of Kankan-in Temple, or in the hall of the Hengsheng, and it is also said that it is a work of Maigusa blacksmith.
It is considered to be a kind of flower arrangement and tree planting that was used as a decoration in the garden during ceremonies, but such a large one is rare.
It is reported that it is a mulberry tree and orange, and it seems that it was originally with leaves, flowers and fruits, and it shows a graceful figure that stretches while being bent gently.
It is considered to be a late Heian period work, and is a masterpiece that can offer the advanced wrought iron technology of Hiraizumi culture.