List of Cultural Properties of Japan - paintings (Iwate)

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This list is of the Cultural Properties of Japan designated in the category of paintings (絵画, kaiga) for the Prefecture of Iwate.[1]

National Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 July 2014, one National Treasure has been designated.[2][3]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
*Golden Light Sutra with Gold-Letter Pagodas, colour on indigo paper
紺紙著色金光明最勝王経金字宝塔曼荼羅図
konshi chakushoku konkōmyō saishō ōkyō kinji hōtō mandara zu
Heian period (late C12) Hiraizumi Chūson-ji Daichōju-in 10 scrolls Buddhist Paradise with Golden Pagoda.jpg 39°00′09″N 141°05′59″E / 39.002627°N 141.099622°E / 39.002627; 141.099622 (Chūsonji Daichōju-in) [1]

Prefectural Cultural Properties[edit]

As of early 2009, nine properties have been designated at a prefectural level.[4][5]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Temple Founder Mutei Ryōshō, colour on silk
絹本著色開山良韶画像
kenpon chakushoku kaizan Ryōshō gazō
c.1360 Ōshū Shōbō-ji (正法寺) with accompanying text or gasan by Ryōshō dating to Enbun 5 Mutei Ryōshō (Shōbōji Ōshū).jpg 72.5 centimetres (28.5 in) by 36.5 centimetres (14.4 in) 39°04′05″N 141°13′29″E / 39.068180°N 141.224613°E / 39.068180; 141.224613 (Shōbōji) [2]
Aizen Myōō, colour on silk
絹本著色愛染明王画像
kenpon chakushoku Aizen Myōō gazō
Muromachi period Rikuzentakata Fumon-ji (普門寺) Aizen Myōō (Fumonji Rikuzentakata).jpg 184 centimetres (72 in) by 98 centimetres (39 in) 39°01′34″N 141°39′25″E / 39.026219°N 141.656985°E / 39.026219; 141.656985 (Fumonji) [3]
Tachibana, lacquer painting (large ema)
漆絵立花図(大絵馬)
urushi-e rikka zu (dai ema)
c.1716 Ninohe Tendai-ji (天台寺) dated by the inscription to Shōtoku 6 Ema with Tachibana (Tendaiji Ninohe).jpg 181.3 centimetres (71.4 in) by 126.7 centimetres (49.9 in) 40°11′54″N 141°11′12″E / 40.198298°N 141.186569°E / 40.198298; 141.186569 (Tendaiji) [4]
Sixteen Arhats, colour on silk
絹本著色十六羅漢像
kenpon chakushoku jūroku rakan zō
Nanboku-chō period Ōshū Shōbō-ji (正法寺) 16 scrolls Sixteen Arhats (Shōbōji Ōshū).jpg 94.3 centimetres (37.1 in) to 95.5 centimetres (37.6 in) by 45.3 centimetres (17.8 in) to 46.6 centimetres (18.3 in) 39°04′05″N 141°13′29″E / 39.068180°N 141.224613°E / 39.068180; 141.224613 (Shōbōji) [5]
Nirvana painting
仏涅槃図
Butsu nehan zu
1420 Tōno Jōraku-ji (常楽時) restored in 1769 Nirvana painting (Jōrakuji Tōno).jpg 180.1 centimetres (70.9 in) by 100.3 centimetres (39.5 in) 39°16′20″N 141°25′23″E / 39.272107°N 141.423043°E / 39.272107; 141.423043 (Jōrakuji) [6]
Thirteen Buddhas
十三仏
jūsan Butsu
Muromachi period Tōno Jōraku-ji (常楽時) Thirteen Buddhas (Jōrakuji Tōno).jpg 109 centimetres (43 in) by 36.4 centimetres (14.3 in) 39°16′20″N 141°25′23″E / 39.272107°N 141.423043°E / 39.272107; 141.423043 (Jōrakuji) [7]
Shō Kannon
聖観音菩薩画像
Shō Kannon Bosatsu gazō
1512 Ōshū Jishō-in (自性院) ita-e; the wooden board formerly served as the back panel of a miniature shrine Shō Kannon (Jishōin Ōshū).jpg 114.5 centimetres (45.1 in) by 44.5 centimetres (17.5 in) 39°10′33″N 141°16′52″E / 39.175861°N 141.281208°E / 39.175861; 141.281208 (MIdo, Ōshū) [8]
Tatara-gami, colour on paper
紙本著色たたら神図
shihon chakushoku Tatara-gami zu
C17 Iwaizumi private the tatara furnace god Tatara-gami (Iwaizumi).jpg 120 centimetres (47 in) by 74 centimetres (29 in) 39°50′35″N 141°47′37″E / 39.842970°N 141.793638°E / 39.842970; 141.793638 (Matsuhashi, Iwaizumi) [9]
Kaji-gami, colour on paper
紙本著色鍛冶神図
shihon chakushoku Kaji-gami zu
C17 Morioka Iwate Prefectural Museum (岩手県立博物館) the blacksmith god; 3 scrolls Kaji-gami (Iwate Prefectural Museum).jpg 104 centimetres (41 in) by 57.4 centimetres (22.6 in) 39°45′20″N 141°09′14″E / 39.755430°N 141.153857°E / 39.755430; 141.153857 (Iwate Prefectural Museum) [10]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cultural Properties for Future Generations". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Archived from the original on 26 October 2014. Retrieved 2 July 2014. 
  2. ^ 国宝・重要文化財 [Number of National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 2 July 2014. Archived from the original on 30 June 2011. Retrieved 2 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 国宝・重要文化財(美術品)(絵画 岩手県)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 2 July 2014. 
  4. ^ 県指定文化財一覧 [List of Prefectural Cultural Properties] (in Japanese). Iwate Prefecture. Retrieved 2 July 2014. 
  5. ^ 製鉄の歴史伝える [Telling the History of Steel] (in Japanese). Morioka Times. 14 February 2009. Retrieved 2 July 2014. 

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