List of Cultural Properties of Japan - paintings (Fukuoka)

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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 Fukuoka.[1]

National Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 March 2016, twenty-four Important Cultural Properties have been designated (including one *National Treasure), being of national significance.[2][3][4]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
*Detached Segment from The Deeds of the Zen Masters, ink on paper
紙本墨画禅機図断簡〈因陀羅筆/(丹霞焼仏図)〉
shihon bokuga zenkizu dankan (Indara hitsu Tanka shōbutsuzu)
Yuan dynasty Kurume Ishibashi Foundation
(kept at the Ishibashi Museum of Art (石橋美術館))
depicts Tanka burning Buddhist statues; by Indara (Yintuoluo)[5] Detached Segment from The Deeds of the Zen Masters.jpg 35.0 centimetres (13.8 in) by 36.8 centimetres (14.5 in) 33°18′46″N 130°31′49″E / 33.312737°N 130.530249°E / 33.312737; 130.530249 (Ishibashi Museum of Art) [1]
Paradise under the Sea, oil on canvas
わだつみのいろこの宮〈青木繁筆/油絵麻布一九〇七年〉
Wadatsumi no iroko no miya (Aoki Shigeru hitsu aburae mafu)
1907 Kurume Ishibashi Foundation
(kept at the Ishibashi Museum of Art (石橋美術館))
on the subject of Umisachihiko and Yamasachihiko from the Kojiki; by Aoki Shigeru[6] Paradise under the Sea by Aoki Shigeru.jpg 180.0 centimetres (5.906 ft) by 68.3 centimetres (2.24 ft) 33°18′46″N 130°31′49″E / 33.312737°N 130.530249°E / 33.312737; 130.530249 (Ishibashi Museum of Art) [2]
A Gift of the Sea, oil on canvas
海の幸〈青木繁筆/油絵麻布〉
Umi no kō (Aoki Shigeru hitsu aburae mafu)
1904 Kurume Ishibashi Foundation
(kept at the Ishibashi Museum of Art (石橋美術館))
by Aoki Shigeru[6] A Gift of the Sea by Aoki Shigeru.jpg 70.2 centimetres (2.30 ft) by 182.0 centimetres (5.971 ft) 33°18′46″N 130°31′49″E / 33.312737°N 130.530249°E / 33.312737; 130.530249 (Ishibashi Museum of Art) [3]
Landscape of the Four Seasons, light colour on silk
絹本淡彩四季山水図〈(伝雪舟筆)/〉
kenpon tansai shiki sansui zu (den-Sesshū Tōyō hitsu)
C15 Kurume Ishibashi Foundation
(kept at the Ishibashi Museum of Art (石橋美術館))
four scrolls by Sesshū Tōyō[7] Landscape of the Four Seasons (Spring) by Sesshu.jpgLandscape of the Four Seasons (Summer) by Sesshu.jpgLandscape of the Four Seasons (Autumn) by Sesshu.jpgLandscape of the Four Seasons (Winter) by Sesshu.jpg 70.6 centimetres (27.8 in) by 44.2 centimetres (17.4 in) 33°18′46″N 130°31′49″E / 33.312737°N 130.530249°E / 33.312737; 130.530249 (Ishibashi Museum of Art) [4]
Kannon Mandala, colour on silk
絹本著色観音曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku Kannon mandara zu
941 [5]
Kankōji Engi, colour on silk
絹本著色観興寺縁起
kenpon chakushoku Kankōji engi
Kamakura period Kyoto Kankōji (観興寺)
(kept at the Kyoto National Museum)
two scrolls; an inscription on the wooden box in which they are stored documents repair work in 1662[8] Kankōji Engi.jpg 160 centimetres (5.2 ft) by 114 centimetres (3.74 ft) 34°59′24″N 135°46′23″E / 34.989943°N 135.773152°E / 34.989943; 135.773152 (Kyoto National Museum) [6]
Tamadare Miya Engi, colour on silk
絹本著色玉垂宮縁起
kenpon chakushoku Tamadare Miya engi
1370 Kyoto Tamadare Miya (玉垂宮)
(kept at the Kyoto National Museum)
two scrolls; an inscription on the lid of the wooden box in which they are stored identifies it as the "box for the Kōra Byōin Tamadare Miya Engi" (高良廟院玉垂宮縁起箱); a second inscription on the back of the lid reads 筑後国三瀦庄、鎮守高良御廟院大善寺玉垂宮縁起事、右縁起者正法明如来降生之霊場、玉垂大菩薩垂迹之社壇也、然、後村上天皇御子当今御治世征西将軍鎮西宮御座之時経奏聞終其功者也、草創之昔雖有画像之縁起、依令破損、憑貴賎合力、所令書改也依状如件 箱作者 永俊; and a third, on the bottom of the box, dates the paintings to the first year of the Kentoku era (建徳元季庚戌十二月十三日 大勧進 阿闍梨道意 大檀那肥前三郎 武安並衆徒等 筆者権律師永快)[9] Tamadare Miya Engi.jpg 184 centimetres (6.04 ft) by 130 centimetres (4.3 ft) 34°59′24″N 135°46′23″E / 34.989943°N 135.773152°E / 34.989943; 135.773152 (Kyoto National Museum) [7]
Kōhō Dangai Chūbō Oshō, colour on silk
絹本著色高峰断崖中峰和尚像〈/比丘文康ノ賛アリ〉
kenpon chakushoku Kōhō Dangai Chūbō oshō zō (biku Fumiyasu no san ari)
Yuan dynasty Kyoto Shōfuku-ji 33°35′50″N 130°24′52″E / 33.597356°N 130.414388°E / 33.597356; 130.414388 (Shōfukuji) [8]
Shaka Triad, colour on silk
絹本著色釈迦三尊像
kenpon chakushoku Shaka sanzon zō
Kamakura period Dazaifu Bairin-ji (梅林寺)
(kept at the Kyushu National Museum)
Shaka Triad (Bairinji Kurume).jpg 103.8 centimetres (40.9 in) by 51.5 centimetres (20.3 in) 33°31′06″N 130°32′20″E / 33.518294°N 130.538929°E / 33.518294; 130.538929 (Bairinji) [9]
Pure Land Mandala, colour on silk
絹本著色浄土曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku jōdo mandala zu
Kamakura period Dazaifu National Institutes for Cultural Heritage
(kept at the Kyushu National Museum)
an inscription on the old mounting documents repair work in 1435; formerly owned by Enman-in (円満院) in Ōtsu[10] Pure Land Mandala (Kyushu National Museum).jpg 128.5 centimetres (50.6 in) by 123.6 centimetres (48.7 in) 33°31′06″N 130°32′20″E / 33.518294°N 130.538929°E / 33.518294; 130.538929 (Kyushu National Museum) [10]
Six Patriarchs, colour on silk
絹本著色禅家六祖像
kenpon chakushoku Zen-ka rokuso zō
Kamakura period Fukuoka Jōten-ji six scrolls 72.7 centimetres (28.6 in) by 36.3 centimetres (14.3 in) 33°35′43″N 130°25′01″E / 33.595157°N 130.417049°E / 33.595157; 130.417049 (Jōtenji) [11]
Daiō Kokushi, colour on silk
絹本著色大応国師
kenpon chakushoku Daiō Kokushi zō
1307 Fukuoka Kōtoku-ji (興徳寺) Daiō Kokushi (Kōtokuji).jpg 99.9 centimetres (39.3 in) by 55.4 centimetres (21.8 in) 33°35′15″N 130°19′12″E / 33.587418°N 130.319932°E / 33.587418; 130.319932 (Kōtokuji) [12]
Daikaku Zenji, colour on silk
絹本著色大覚禅師像
kenpon chakushoku Daikaku zenji zō
Kamakura period Fukuoka Shōfuku-ji (勝福寺) Daikaku Zenji (Shōfukuji Nishi-Ku, Fukuoka).jpg 112.8 centimetres (44.4 in) by 59.69 centimetres (23.50 in) 33°36′20″N 130°15′35″E / 33.605630°N 130.259678°E / 33.605630; 130.259678 (Shōfukuji) [13]
Daikan Zenji, colour on silk
本著色大鑑禅師像
kenpon chakushoku Daikan zenji zō
1198 Fukuoka Shōfuku-ji portrait of the sixth Chan patriarch[11] Daikan Zenji (Shōfukuji).jpg 115.3 centimetres (45.4 in) by 73.1 centimetres (28.8 in) 33°35′50″N 130°24′52″E / 33.597356°N 130.414388°E / 33.597356; 130.414388 (Shōfukuji) [14]
Flower Baskets, colour on silk
紙本著色花篭図〈尾形乾山筆/〉
shihon chakushoku hanakago-zu (Ogata Kenzan hitsu)
Edo period Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka Art Museum)
the poem (花といへば 千種ながらに あだならぬ 色香にうつる 野辺の露かな) is by Sanjōnishi Sanetaka (三条西実隆); by Ogata Kenzan[12] Flower Baskets by Ogata Kenzan (Fukuoka Art Museum).jpg 112.5 centimetres (3.69 ft) by 49.2 centimetres (1.61 ft) 33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum) [15]
Western Manners and Customs, six-fold byōbu
紙本著色泰西風俗図〈/六曲屏風〉
shihon chakushoku taisei fūzoku zu (rokkyoku byōbu)
Momoyama period Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka Art Museum)
Western manners and customs byobu (Fukuoka Art Museum) right.jpgWestern Manners and Customs byobu (Fukuoka Art Museum) left.jpg 97.0 centimetres (3.182 ft) by 270.5 centimetres (8.87 ft) 33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum) [16]
Hell Scroll, colour on paper
紙本著色地獄草紙断簡〈/(勘当の鬼)〉
shihon chakushoku jigoku zōshi dankan (kandō-no-oni)
Kamakura period Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka Art Museum)
Hell scroll (Fukuoka Art Museum).jpg 54.0 centimetres (21.3 in) by 26.0 centimetres (10.2 in) 33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum) [17]
Scroll of Diseases and Deformities (Corpulent Woman), colour on paper
紙本著色病草紙(肥満女)〈残闕/〉
shihon chakushoku yamai zōshi (himan onna) (zanketsu)
Kamakura period Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka Art Museum)
the text reads "around Shichijō in Kyoto there was a woman who loaned money at exorbitant rates. Her family was wealthy and after years of gluttony she became so fat that she could hardly walk. Even with the help of her female attendants, just walking would make her sweat and great was her suffering."[13] Yamai no soshi (Fukuoka Art Museum).jpg 45.1 centimetres (17.8 in) by 25.3 centimetres (10.0 in) 33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum) [18]
Scenes in and around the Capital, six-fold byōbu
紙本著色洛中洛外図〈六曲屏風〉
shihon chakushoku rakuchū rakugai zu (rokkyoku byōbu)
Momoyama period Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka City Museum)
pair of screens attributed to Kanō Takanobu (狩野孝信) Rakuchu rakugai zu byobu (Fukuoka City Museum).jpgRakuchu rakugai zu byobu (Fukuoka City Museum)L.jpg 265.2 centimetres (8.70 ft) by 81.3 centimetres (2.67 ft) 33°35′23″N 130°21′11″E / 33.589768°N 130.353051°E / 33.589768; 130.353051 (Fukuoka City Museum) [19]
Fifth Patriarch with Load and Plough, ink on paper
紙本墨画五祖荷鋤図
shihon bokuga goso kajo zu
Yuan dynasty Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka Art Museum)
alternatively dated to the Southern Song; portrait of the Chinese priest Kōnin[14] Goso Kajo (Fukuoka Museum of Art).jpg 86.3 centimetres (34.0 in) by 31.3 centimetres (12.3 in) 33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum) [20]
Landscapes, ink and light colour on paper
紙本墨画淡彩山水図〈狩野正信筆/〉
shihon bokuga tansai sansui zu (Kanō Masanobu hitsu)
Muromachi period Dazaifu National Institutes for Cultural Heritage
(kept at the Kyushu National Museum)
two scrolls; by Kanō Masanobu Landscape by Kano Masanobu (Kyushu National Museum)2.jpgLandscape by Kano Masanobu (Kyushu National Museum).jpg 69.0 centimetres (27.2 in) by 38.8 centimetres (15.3 in) 33°31′06″N 130°32′20″E / 33.518294°N 130.538929°E / 33.518294; 130.538929 (Kyushu National Museum) [21]
Hotei, ink on paper
紙本墨画布袋図〈足利義持筆/〉
shihon bokuga Hotei zu (Ashikaga Yoshimochi hitsu)
Muromachi period Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka Art Museum)
by Ashikaga Yoshimochi Hotei by Ashikaga Yoshimochi (Fukuoka Art Museum).jpg 31.0 centimetres (1.017 ft) by 56.0 centimetres (1.837 ft) 33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum) [22]
Reminiscence of the Tempyō Era, oil on canvas
天平の面影〈藤島武二筆/油絵麻布〉
Tenpyō no omokage (Fujishima Takeji hitsu aburae mafu)
1902 Kurume Ishibashi Foundation
(kept at the Ishibashi Museum of Art (石橋美術館))
the artist observed a kugo in the Shōsōin and references the ancient subject of a beauty under a tree; by Fujishima Takeji[6] Reminiscence of the Tempyo Era by Fujishima Takeji.jpg 197.5 centimetres (6.48 ft) by 94.0 centimetres (3.084 ft) 33°18′46″N 130°31′49″E / 33.312737°N 130.530249°E / 33.312737; 130.530249 (Ishibashi Museum of Art) [23]
Deva, colour on a wooden panel
板絵著色天部像(醍醐寺五重塔壁画断片)
ita-e chakushoku tenbu zō (Daigoji gojūnotō hekiga danpen)
951 Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at the Fukuoka Art Museum)
mural fragment from the Daigo-ji five-storey pagoda 37.9 centimetres (1.24 ft) by 24.0 centimetres (0.787 ft) 33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum) [24]

Prefectural Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 May 2015, twenty-two properties have been designated at a prefectural level.[4][15]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Sokuhi, colour on paper
紙本著色即非画像 喜多元規筆
shihon chakushoku Sokuhi gazō Kita Genki hitsu
1671, 1688 Kitakyushu Fukuju-ji (福聚寺)
(kept at Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History & Human History)
two scrolls, the larger dating to 1671 and smaller to 1688; by Kita Genki (喜多元規) Sokuhi by Kita Genki (Fukujuji).jpgSokuhi by Kita Genki (Fukujuji)2.jpg 33°52′14″N 130°54′10″E / 33.870460°N 130.902904°E / 33.870460; 130.902904 (Fukujuji) for all refs see [25]
Hōun, colour on paper
紙本著色法雲画像 喜多元規筆
shihon chakushoku Hōun gazō Kita Genki hitsu
c.1661-1710 Kitakyushu Fukuju-ji (福聚寺)
(kept at Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History & Human History)
by Kita Genki (喜多元規) Hōun by Kita Genki (Fukujuji).jpg 33°52′14″N 130°54′10″E / 33.870460°N 130.902904°E / 33.870460; 130.902904 (Fukujuji)
Mokuan, colour on paper
紙本著色木庵画像 喜多元規筆
shihon chakushoku Mokuan gazō Kita Genki hitsu
c.1661-1710 Kitakyushu Fukuju-ji (福聚寺)
(kept at Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History & Human History)
by Kita Genki (喜多元規) Mokuan by Kita Genki (Fukujuji).jpg 33°52′14″N 130°54′10″E / 33.870460°N 130.902904°E / 33.870460; 130.902904 (Fukujuji)
Ingen, colour on paper
紙本著色隠元画像 喜多元規筆
shihon chakushoku Mokuan gazō Kita Genki hitsu
c.1661-1710 Kitakyushu Fukuju-ji (福聚寺)
(kept at Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History & Human History)
by Kita Genki (喜多元規) Ingen by Kita Genki (Fukujuji).jpg 33°52′14″N 130°54′10″E / 33.870460°N 130.902904°E / 33.870460; 130.902904 (Fukujuji)
Eiteiin, colour on silk
絹本著色永貞院画像 喜多元規筆
kenpon chakushoku Eiteiin gazō Kita Genki hitsu
c.1661-1710 Kitakyushu Fukuju-ji (福聚寺)
(kept at Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History & Human History)
by Kita Genki (喜多元規) Eiteiin by Kita Genki (Fukujuji).jpg 33°52′14″N 130°54′10″E / 33.870460°N 130.902904°E / 33.870460; 130.902904 (Fukujuji)
Twelve Devas, colour on silk
絹本著色十二天像
kenpon chakushoku jūni ten zō
Muromachi period Fukuoka Fukuoka City
(kept at Fukuoka Art Museum)
33°35′02″N 130°22′47″E / 33.583950°N 130.379755°E / 33.583950; 130.379755 (Fukuoka Art Museum)
Ten Kings of Hell, colour on silk
絹本著色十王図
kenpon chakushoku jūō zu
Kamakura period Ogōri Ogōri City
(kept at Kyushu Historical Museum)
ten scrolls 33°26′21″N 130°33′30″E / 33.439267°N 130.558283°E / 33.439267; 130.558283 (Kyushu Historical Museum)
Kuroda Josui, colour on silk
絹本著色黒田如水像
kenpon chakushoku Kuroda Josui zō
Fukuoka Sōfuku-ji Yoshitaka Kuroda.jpg 33°36′21″N 130°24′49″E / 33.605719°N 130.413731°E / 33.605719; 130.413731 (Sōfukuji)
Kuroda Nagamasa, colour on paper
紙本著色黒田長政像
shihon chakushoku Kuroda Nagamasa zō
Fukuoka Sōfuku-ji 33°36′21″N 130°24′49″E / 33.605719°N 130.413731°E / 33.605719; 130.413731 (Sōfukuji)
Shaka Coming Forth from the Mountains, ink on paper
紙本墨画出山釈迦像
shihon bokuga shussan Shaka zō
Fukuoka Sōfuku-ji 33°36′21″N 130°24′49″E / 33.605719°N 130.413731°E / 33.605719; 130.413731 (Sōfukuji)
Hakozaki Hachimangū Engi
箱崎八幡宮縁起
Hakozaki Hachimangū engi
Fukuoka Hakozaki Shrine 33°36′52″N 130°25′24″E / 33.614444°N 130.423333°E / 33.614444; 130.423333 (Hakozaki Shrine)
Chikugo Province Kitano Tenjin Engi
筑後国北野天神縁起
Chikugo no Kuni Kitano Tenjin engi
Edo period Kurume Kitano Tenmangū (北野天満宮) three scrolls 33°20′37″N 130°35′05″E / 33.343611°N 130.584611°E / 33.343611; 130.584611 (Kitano Tenmangū)
Kōra Taisha Engi, colour on silk
絹本著色高良大社縁起
kenpon chakushoku Kōra Taisha engi
Momoyama/early Edo period Kurume Kōra Taisha pair of scrolls Kora Taisha Engi.jpg 33°18′06″N 130°33′57″E / 33.301619°N 130.565911°E / 33.301619; 130.565911 (Kōra Taisha)
Honchō Soshi Ekotoba, colour on paper
紙本著色本朝祖師伝絵詞
shihon chakushoku Honchō Soshi den-ekotoba
1237 Kurume Zendō-ji (善導寺) 33°19′48″N 130°36′14″E / 33.330035°N 130.603829°E / 33.330035; 130.603829 (Zendōji)
Buzō-ji Engi, colour on paper
紙本著色武蔵寺縁起
shihon chakushoku Buzōji engi
mid-Edo period Chikushino Buzō-ji (武蔵寺)
(kept at Chikushino City History Museum (筑紫野市歴史博物館))
33°29′26″N 130°31′09″E / 33.490614°N 130.519116°E / 33.490614; 130.519116 (Chikushino City History Museum)
Thirty-Six Immortals of Poetry, wooden plaques
三十六歌仙扁額
sanjūrokkasen hengaku
Momoyama to Edo period Munakata Munakata Taisha 173 plaques (Kodai no Kimi pictured) Kodai no Kimi (Munakata Taisha).jpg 33°49′51″N 130°30′55″E / 33.830820°N 130.515416°E / 33.830820; 130.515416 (Munakata Taisha)
Ippen Shōnin, colour on silk
絹本著色一遍上人画像
kenpon chakushoku Ippen Shōnin gazō
Muromachi period Dazaifu Fukuoka Prefecture
(kept at Kyushu National Museum)
Ippen Shonin (Kyushu National Museum).jpg 33°31′06″N 130°32′20″E / 33.518294°N 130.538929°E / 33.518294; 130.538929 (Kyushu National Museum)
Kitano Tenjin Engi
北野天神縁起
Kitano Tenjin engi
1619 Dazaifu Dazaifu Tenman-gū three scrolls Kitano Tenjin Engi (Dazaifu Tenmangu).jpg 33°31′17″N 130°32′06″E / 33.521389°N 130.535°E / 33.521389; 130.535 (Dazaifu Tenmangū)
Kuroda Josui, colour on paper
紙本著色黒田如水像
shihon chakushoku Kuroda Josui zō
Asakura Ensei-ji (円清寺) Kuroda Yoshitaka.jpg 33°22′08″N 130°46′23″E / 33.368960°N 130.773189°E / 33.368960; 130.773189 (Enseiji)
Kuroda Josui, colour on paper
紙本著色黒田如水像
shihon chakushoku Kuroda Josui zō
Okagaki Ryūshō-ji (龍昌寺) Kuroda Josui (Ryushoji Okagaki).jpg 33°50′50″N 130°35′51″E / 33.847205°N 130.597499°E / 33.847205; 130.597499 (Ryūshōji)
Inoue Suō, colour on paper
紙本著色井上周防像 附 箱一箇 関係文書 三通
shihon chakushoku Inoue Suō zō
Okagaki Ryūshō-ji (龍昌寺) designation includes a case and three volumes of related documents 33°50′50″N 130°35′51″E / 33.847205°N 130.597499°E / 33.847205; 130.597499 (Ryūshōji)
Taima Mandala, colour on silk
絹本著色当麻曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku Taima mandara zu
Ogōri Ogōri City
(kept at Kyushu Historical Museum)
33°26′21″N 130°33′30″E / 33.439267°N 130.558283°E / 33.439267; 130.558283 (Kyushu Historical Museum)

Municipal Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 May 2015, fifty-one properties have been designated at a municipal level.[4][16]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pamphlet on Cultural Properties". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 26 March 2016. 
  2. ^ 国宝・重要文化財 [Number of National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 March 2016. Retrieved 26 March 2016. 
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 国宝・重要文化財(美術品)(絵画 福岡県)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 26 March 2016. 
  4. ^ a b c 福岡県の指定文化財種目別件数一覧 [Number of Cultural Properties in Fukuoka Prefecture] (PDF) (in Japanese). Fukuoka Prefecture. 1 May 2015. Retrieved 26 March 2016. 
  5. ^ "Detached Segment from The Deeds of the Zen Masters". Ishibashi Museum of Art. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  6. ^ a b c "Japanese Western-style Painting". Ishibashi Museum of Art. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  7. ^ "Chinese and Japanese Paintings and Calligraphy". Ishibashi Museum of Art. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  8. ^ 絹本著色観興寺縁起 [Kankōji Engi, colour on silk] (in Japanese). Fukuoka Prefecture. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  9. ^ 絹本著色玉垂宮縁起 [Tamadare Miya Engi, colour on silk] (in Japanese). Fukuoka Prefecture. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  10. ^ 絹本著色浄土曼荼羅図 [Pure Land Mandala] (in Japanese). National Institutes for Cultural Heritage. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  11. ^ 絹本著色大鑑禅師像 [Daikan Zenji, colour on silk] (in Japanese). Sumitomo Foundation. Retrieved 3 June 2014. 
  12. ^ 花籠図 [Flower Baskets] (in Japanese). Fukuoka Art Museum. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  13. ^ ""Corpulent Woman" from Scroll of Diseases and Deformities". Fukuoka Art Museum. Retrieved 1 June 2014. 
  14. ^ "Goso". Japanese Architecture and Art Net Users System. Retrieved 1 June 2014. 
  15. ^ 都道府県別指定等文化財件数(都道府県分) [Number of Prefectural Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 May 2015. Retrieved 26 March 2016. 
  16. ^ 都道府県別指定等文化財件数(市町村分) [Number of Municipal Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 May 2015. Retrieved 26 March 2016. 

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