|Designated Date||April 26, 1977|
|HomePage||Hiraizumi's Cultural Heritage|
Statue Height 39.5cm
Wooden, Japanese Judas tree, single wood-block sculpture, with Chogan technique (Eyes carved directly into the surface of a wooden sculpture), and showing the natural wood base.
It shows a feature of a Goddess, tied the bow on the head and the strings are hanging down behind the ears to cover the shoulders. Seated with bent arms, wearing a robe with wide sleeves.
This is enshrined as the sacred object of Kumano Shrine.
It is a work of late Heian Period, and also the valuable asset to show the traditional style in the same period.
It is also the precious example of Goddess feature in Iwate.