List of Cultural Properties of Japan - paintings (Kōchi)

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This list is of paintings located within the Prefecture of Kōchi, Japan, that have been designated Cultural Properties.[1]

National Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 October 2013, two properties have been designated as being of national significance.[2][3]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Chōsokabe Motochika, colours on silk
絹本著色長宗我部元親像
kenpon chakushoku Chōsokabe Motochika zō
1599 Kōchi Hada Jinja (秦神社)
(kept at the Kōchi Prefectural Museum of History (高知県立歴史民俗資料館)
1 scroll[4] Tyousokabe Mototika.jpg 105.2 centimetres (3.45 ft) by 54.5 centimetres (1.79 ft) 33°35′46″N 133°37′24″E / 33.596069°N 133.623447°E / 33.596069; 133.623447 (Kōchi Prefectural Museum of History) [1]
Fugen Enmei, colours on silk
絹本著色普賢延命
kenpon chakushoku Fugen Enmei zō
late Kamakura period Kōchi Ryūjō-in (龍乗院) 1 scroll; with twenty arms and riding on four elephants[5] Fugen Enmei (Ryujoin Kochi).jpg 107.0 centimetres (3.510 ft) by 56.2 centimetres (1.84 ft) 33°34′13″N 133°33′04″E / 33.570327°N 133.551178°E / 33.570327; 133.551178 (Ryūjō-in) [2]

Prefectural Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 September 2013, six properties have been designated at a prefectural level.[6][7]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Paintings at Yōhō-ji
要法寺の画像
Yōhōji no gazō
Muromachi and Edo period Kōchi Yōhō-ji (要法寺) designation comprises five scrolls: (1) Yamauchi Yasutoyo, colours on paper (紙本著色山内康豊画像, shihon chakushoku Yamauchi Yasutoyo gazō); (2) Megumi Sen-in, colours on silk (絹本著色慈仙院画像, kenpon chakushoku Megumi Sen-in gazō); (3) Eten-in, colours on silk (絹本著色恵沾院画像, kenpon chakushoku Eten-in gazō); (4) Thirty Guardian Deities, colours on paper (紙本著色三十番神画像, shihon chakushoku Yamauchi Yasutoyo gazō); and (5) Kishimojin, colours on paper (紙本著色鬼子母神画像, shihon chakushoku Kishimojin gazō); (4) & (5) date to the Muromachi period and (1), (2), & (3) to the Edo period[8] Megumi Sen-in (Yohoji Kochi).png (1) 90.8 centimetres (2.98 ft) by 44.3 centimetres (1.45 ft); (2) 77.7 centimetres (2.55 ft) by 33.5 centimetres (1.10 ft); (3) 86.0 centimetres (2.822 ft) by 34.9 centimetres (1.15 ft); (4) 70.8 centimetres (2.32 ft) by 38.0 centimetres (1.247 ft); and (5) 65.7 centimetres (2.16 ft) by 25.9 centimetres (0.85 ft) 33°33′11″N 133°32′14″E / 33.553073°N 133.537123°E / 33.553073; 133.537123 (Yōhōji) [3]
Buddhist Paintings at Kongōchō-ji
金剛頂寺の仏画
Kongōchōji no butsuga
Muroto Kongōchō-ji (金剛頂寺) designation comprises eight scrolls: (1) Jizō Bosatsu, colours on silk (絹本著色地蔵菩薩像, kenpon chakushoku Jizō Bosatsu zō); (2) Kokūzō Bosatsu, colours on silk (絹本著色虚空蔵菩薩像, kenpon chakushoku Kokūzō Bosatsu zō); (3) Nirvana painting, colours on silk (絹本著色仏涅槃図, kenpon chakushoku Butsu nehan zu); (4) Monju Bosatsu with Five Locks, colours on silk (絹本著色五髻文殊菩薩像, kenpon chakushoku go motodori Monju Bosatsu zō); (5) Ryōzu Aizen Mandala, colours on silk (絹本著色両頭愛染曼荼羅図, kenpon chakushoku Ryōzu Aizen mandala zu); (6) Aizen Myōō, colours on silk (絹本著色愛染明王像, kenpon chakushoku Aizen Myōō zō); (7) Aji, embroidered silk (絹本刺繍阿字図, kenpon chakushoku shishū Aji zu); (8) Shaka with Sixteen Benevolent Deities, colours on silk (絹本著色釈迦十六善神像, kenpon chakushoku Shaka jūroku zenjin zō); Kongōchō-ji is Temple 26 on the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage 33°18′26″N 134°07′23″E / 33.307236°N 134.122982°E / 33.307236; 134.122982 (Kongōchōji) [4]
Mandala of the Two Realms, colours on silk
絹本著色両界曼陀羅
kenpon chakushoku ryōkai mandara
Nankoku Tosa Kokubun-ji (土佐国分寺) Tosa Kokubun-ji is Temple 29 on the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage 33°35′55″N 133°38′26″E / 33.598696°N 133.640431°E / 33.598696; 133.640431 (Tosa Kokubunji) [5]
Deeds of Kōya Daishi, colours on paper
紙本著色高野大師行状図画
shihon chakushoku Kōya Daishi kōjō zuga
1416 Tosashimizu Kongōfuku-ji (金剛福寺) five emakimono; copies of the ten-scroll 1319 original; Kongōfuku-ji is Temple 38 on the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage[9] Koya Daishi (Kongofukuji Tosashimizu).jpg 32°43′34″N 133°01′07″E / 32.726010°N 133.018566°E / 32.726010; 133.018566 (Kongōfukuji) [6]
Thirty Guardian Deities, at Shinjō-ji, ita-e
真静寺三十番神板絵
Shinjōji sanjū banshin ita-e
Shimanto Shinjō-ji (真静寺) 3 wooden boards[10] 32°57′49″N 132°49′45″E / 32.963595°N 132.829041°E / 32.963595; 132.829041 (Shinjōji) [7]
Former Akaoka Town Byōbu Tosa Scenes of Kabuki
旧赤岡町の土佐芝居絵屏風
kyū-Akaoka-chō no Tosa shibai-e byōbu
C19 Kōnan Ekin Museum twenty-three two-fold screens by Hirose Kinzō (1812-1876), also known as Ekin; displayed annually at the Ekin Festival[11][12] Tosa Scenes of Kabuki by Ekin (Konan).jpg 33°32′30″N 133°43′28″E / 33.541757°N 133.724470°E / 33.541757; 133.724470 (Ekin Museum) [8]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Preservation and Utilization of Cultural Properties" (PDF). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 September 2013. Retrieved 5 October 2013. 
  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 October. Archived from the original on 30 June 2011. Retrieved 5 October 2013.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 国宝・重要文化財(美術品)(絵画 北海道)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 5 October 2013. 
  4. ^ 絹本著色長宗我部元親像 [Chōsokabe Motochika, colours on silk] (in Japanese). Kōchi Prefecture. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  5. ^ 絹本著色普賢延命像 [Fugen Enmei, colours on silk] (in Japanese). Kōchi Prefecture. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  6. ^ 高知県の国及び県指定等文化財件数一覧表 [Number of National and Prefectural Cultural Properties in Kōchi Prefecture] (in Japanese). Kōchi Prefecture. 1 September 2013. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  7. ^ 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 2013. Archived from the original on 21 September 2013. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  8. ^ "文化財情報 有形文化財 絵画 要法寺の画像" [Paintings at Yōhōji]. Kōchi City. 23 December 2008. Retrieved 1 October 2013. 
  9. ^ 紙本著色高野大師行状図画 [Deeds of Kōya Daishi, colours on paper] (in Japanese). Tosashimizu City. Retrieved 3 October 2013. 
  10. ^ 高知県保護有形文化財の指定 [Kochi Cultural Property Protection] (in Japanese). Kōchi Prefecture. Retrieved 3 October 2013. 
  11. ^ "Ekin Museum and Festival". Kōchi Prefecture. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  12. ^ Parent, Mary. "kabuki-e". Japanese Architecture and Art Net Users System. Retrieved 1 October 2013. 

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