|Pseudonym reading||A container and a container|
|Specified type||Country designated / important cultural property|
|Designated date||June 22, 1955|
|Specified details||June 22, 1955 addition (September 8, 1940)|
|location||Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing|
|home page||Hiraizumi's cultural heritage|
This is a three-year-old samurai from Fujiwara Kiyoshi-Hen-Hen-Hui-Hen and its funeral goods, and it was surveyed by the Academic Research Team of the Asahi Shimbun Corporate Culture Agency in 1955.
The chopsticks are all bedclothes, and Kienzou wears cloths at the buttocks and joints, wipes the entire surface with lacquer, and is pressed with gold foil.
The bottom plate has a rectangular hole in the back and waist position.
The basics are pushing gold foil to the muddy ground, but they are almost stripped.
The board is thicker than Kiyoshun Pass, and the bottom board has a round hole in the waist position.
Shuen Zhao was damaged and damaged and repaired.
Many burial products were found at the center of the central platform and at the base of the northwestern platform.
There are three points of clothes: white silk, white silk and white silk, both of which are grossly damaged and damaged, but they are valuable as clothing during the peace period.
In addition, white silk and silk cocoons woven into the cloisonné in the cloisonne joint are encased in them, and carefully crafted purple flat silk sphincter pillows, gemstone gemstones with silver metal fittings and red wood patterns There are daggers, etc., all of which are valuable materials for clarifying Hiraizumi culture.