List of Cultural Properties of Japan - paintings (Toyama)

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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 Toyama.[1]

National Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 January 2015, three Important Cultural Properties have been designated, being of national significance.[2][3]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Lotus Sutra Mandala, colour on silk
絹本著色法華経曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku Hoke-kyō mandara zu
1326-28 Toyama Honpō-ji (本法寺) 21 scrolls Lotus Sutra Mandala (Honpoji Toyama).jpg 36°33′11″N 137°09′45″E / 36.553120°N 137.162547°E / 36.553120; 137.162547 (Honpōji) [1]
Scenes in and around the Capital, colours on paper with gold ground
紙本金地著色洛中洛外図〈/六曲屏風〉
shihon kinji chakushoku rakuchū rakugai zu (rokkyoku byōbu)
Momoyama period Takaoka Shōkō-ji (勝興寺)
(kept at the Takaoka Municipal Museum (高岡市立博物館))
pair of six-panel screens Scenes in and around the Capital (Shokoji Takaoka).jpg Scenes in and around the Capital (Shokoji Takaoka)2.jpg 36°44′47″N 137°01′16″E / 36.746450°N 137.021055°E / 36.746450; 137.021055 (Takaoka Municipal Museum) [2]
Ittō Ryōson (one stupa two deities) - Nichiren - Kishimojin and the Ten Rasetsunyo - Thirty Guardian Deities
colour on silk, by Hasegawa Tōhaku
紙本著色一塔両尊像〈長谷川信春筆/〉
紙本著色日蓮像〈長谷川信春筆/〉
紙本著色鬼子母神十羅刹女像〈長谷川信春筆/〉
絹本著色三十番神像〈長谷川信春筆/〉

kenpon chakushoku ittō ryōson zō (Hasegawa Tōhaku hitsu)
kenpon chakushoku Nichiren zō (Hasegawa Tōhaku hitsu)
kenpon chakushoku Kishimojin jū-rasetsunyo zō (Hasegawa Tōhaku hitsu)
kenpon chakushoku sanjū banshin zō (Hasegawa Tōhaku hitsu)
1564-66 Takaoka Daihō-ji (大法寺) four scrolls Itto Ryoson by Hasegawa Tohaku (Daihoji Takaoka).jpg Nichiren by Hasegawa Tohaku (Daihoji Takaoka).jpg Kishimojin and Ten Rasetsunyo by Hasegawa Tohaku (Daihoji Takaoka).jpg Sanju Banshin by Hasegawa Tohaku (Daihoji Takaoka).jpg 86.0 centimetres (2 ft 9.9 in) by 40.0 centimetres (1 ft 3.7 in); 85.7 centimetres (2 ft 9.7 in) by 40.5 centimetres (1 ft 3.9 in); 86.4 centimetres (2 ft 10.0 in) by 39.9 centimetres (1 ft 3.7 in); 94.7 centimetres (3 ft 1.3 in) by 39.0 centimetres (1 ft 3.4 in) 36°44′48″N 137°00′27″E / 36.746648°N 137.007483°E / 36.746648; 137.007483 (Daihōji) [3] [4] [5] [6]

Prefectural Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 January 2015, twelve properties have been designated at a prefectural level.[4]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Monju Bosatsu Riding a Lion, colour on silk
絹本著色騎獅文殊菩薩像
kenpon chakushoku kishi Monju bosatsu zō
early Kamakura period Toyama Raikō-ji (来迎寺) Kishi Monju Bosatsu (Raikoji Toyama).jpg 36°40′59″N 137°13′16″E / 36.683125°N 137.220987°E / 36.683125; 137.220987 (Raikōji) [7]
Shōtoku Taishi Aged 16, colour on silk
絹本著色聖徳太子孝養像図
kenpon chakushoku Shōtoku Taishi kōyō-zō zu
Toyama private Shotoku Taishi Aged 16 (Toyama).jpg 36°41′02″N 137°12′54″E / 36.683770°N 137.214893°E / 36.683770; 137.214893 (Nishinakanomachi, Toyama) [8]
Nichiren Shū Honzon Mandala, colour on silk
絹本著色日蓮宗本尊曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku Nichiren-shū honzon mandara zu
Momoyama period Takaoka Daihō-ji (大法寺) the title of the 南無妙法蓮華経; by Hasegawa Tōhaku 南無妙法蓮華経 by Hasegawa Tohaku (Daihoji Takaoka).jpg 36°44′48″N 137°00′27″E / 36.746648°N 137.007483°E / 36.746648; 137.007483 (Daihōji) [9]
Pure Land based on the Amitayurdhyana Sutra, colour on silk
絹本著色観経浄土変相図
kenpon chakushoku kangyō jōdo hensō zu
Kamakura period Imizu Mandara-ji (曼陀羅寺) Pure Land based on the Amitayurdhyana Sutra (Mandaraji Imizu).jpg 36°46′46″N 137°05′21″E / 36.779446°N 137.089269°E / 36.779446; 137.089269 (Mandaraji) [10]
Blue Fudō, colour on silk
絹本著色青不動
kenpon chakushoku ao Fudō
late Kamakura period Imizu Mandara-ji (曼陀羅寺) Blue Fudo (Mandaraji Imizu).jpg 36°46′46″N 137°05′21″E / 36.779446°N 137.089269°E / 36.779446; 137.089269 (Mandaraji) [11]
Standing Yakushi Nyorai, colour on silk
絹本著色薬師如来立像
kenpon chakushoku Yakushi Nyorai ryū-zō
Kamakura period Tonami Jōfuku-ji (常福寺) Yakushi Nyorai (Jofukuji Tonami).jpg 36°39′14″N 136°58′59″E / 36.653865°N 136.983075°E / 36.653865; 136.983075 (Mandaraji) [12]
Daiitoku Myōō, colour on silk
絹本著色大威徳明王図
kenpon chakushoku Daiitoku Myōō zu
early Muromachi period Tonami Senkō-ji (千光寺) Daiitoku Myoo (Senkoji Tonami).jpg 36°38′10″N 137°01′55″E / 36.636158°N 137.031806°E / 36.636158; 137.031806 (Senkōji) [13]
Mandala of the Two Realms, colour on silk
絹本著色両界曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku ryōkai mandara zu
late Kamakura period Tonami Senkō-ji (千光寺) pair of scrolls with supplementary scroll Kongokai Mandala (Senkoji Tonami).jpg Taizokai Mandala (Senkoji Tonami).jpg 36°38′10″N 137°01′55″E / 36.636158°N 137.031806°E / 36.636158; 137.031806 (Senkōji) [14]
Nirvana Painting, colour on silk
絹本著色仏涅槃図
kenpon chakushoku Butsu nehan zu
Nanboku-chō period Toyama Ōyama Centre for Administration (大山総合行政センター) Nirvana painting (Toyama).jpg 36°36′08″N 136°53′08″E / 36.602110°N 136.885679°E / 36.602110; 136.885679 (Ōyama Centre for Administration) [15]
Ema at Angō-ji
安居寺の絵馬
Angōji no ema
Momoyama period Nanto Angō-ji (安居寺) three ema; said to be the work of Kanō Eitoku and his pupil Sanraku Ema from Angoji (Nanto)1.jpg Ema from Angoji (Nanto)2.jpg Ema from Angoji (Nanto)3.jpg 36°36′08″N 136°53′08″E / 36.602110°N 136.885679°E / 36.602110; 136.885679 (Angōji) [16]
Kitano Shrine Okuni Kabuki Byōbu
北野神社阿国歌舞伎図
Kitano Jinja Okuni kabuki zu
early Edo period Nanto Fukuno Shimeisha (福野神明社) Kitano Shrine byobu (Fukuno Shinmeisha Nanto).jpg 36°35′36″N 136°55′19″E / 36.593419°N 136.921996°E / 36.593419; 136.921996 (Fukuno Shinmeisha) [17]
Three Thousand Buddhas, colour on silk
絹本著色三千仏図
kenpon chakushoku sanzen butsu zu
Muromachi period Toyama split between Tairyū-ji (帝龍寺), Ōyama Historical Folk Material Museum (富山市大山歴史民俗資料館), and Ōyama Centre for Administration (大山総合行政センター) three scrolls Three Thousand Buddhas (Tairyuji Toyama).jpg Three Thousand Buddhas (Oyama Historical Folk Material Museum).jpg Three Thousand Buddhas (Oyama Centre for Administration).jpg 36°33′48″N 137°13′52″E / 36.563272°N 137.231244°E / 36.563272; 137.231244 (Tairyūji) [18]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cultural Properties for Future Generations". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Archived from the original on 26 October 2014. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  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 January 2015. Archived from the original on 30 June 2011. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 国宝・重要文化財(美術品)(絵画 富山県)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
  4. ^ 絵画 [Paintings] (in Japanese). Toyama Prefecture. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 

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