List of Cultural Properties of Tōdai-ji

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This list is of the Cultural Properties of Tōdai-ji, Nara, Japan.

Structures[edit]

Image Name Date Architecture Other Comments Designation
East corridor
東廻廊
higashi kairō[1]
1716-37 41x1 bay, single-storey, tiled roof kairō ICP
West corridor
西廻廊
nishi kairō[2]
1716-37 41x1 bay, single-storey, tiled roof kairō ICP
Toudai-ji kaizandou.jpg Founder's Hall
開山堂
kaisandō[3]
1200-50 3x3 bay, single-storey, hōgyō-zukuri, tiled roof kaisandō NT
Repository
勧進所経庫
kanjinshokyōko[4]
794-929 3x3 bay, azekura, yosemune-zukuri, tiled roof Repository for donations ICP
Tōdai-ji Kon-dō.jpg Kondō (Daibutsuden) (金堂 (大仏殿))[5] 1705 5x5 bay, single-storey with mokoshi, yosemune-zukuri, tiled roof, copper-tiled karahafu NT
Gorintō (五輪塔)[6] 1185-1274 ICP
Sanmaidō (Shigatsudō) (三昧堂(四月堂))[7] 1681 3x3 bay, twin-storey, yosemune-zukuri, tiled roof ICP
Todaiji shoro.jpg Shōrō (鐘楼)[8] 1207-10 1x1 bay, single-storey, irimoya-zukuri, tiled roof NT
Ōyuya (大湯屋)[9] 1408 8x5 bay, single-storey, irimoya-zukuri front, kirizuma-zukuri rear, tiled roof, tsumairi Bath-house ICP
Todaiji11s3200.jpg Chūmon (中門)[10] 1714 5 bay, three-door rōmon, tiled roof ICP
Tengaimon Gate.jpg Tegaimon (転害門)[11] Nara period 3 bay, single-door hakkyakumon, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled roof NT
Tōzaigakumon (East) (東西楽門 (東))[12] 1722 3 bay, single-door hakkyakumon, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled roof ICP
Tōzaigakumon (West) (東西楽門 (西))[13] 1719 3 bay, single-door hakkyakumon, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled roof ICP
TodaijiNandaimon0185.jpg Nandaimon (南大門)[14] 1199 5 bay, three-door, twin-storey, irimoya-zukuri, tiled-roof NT
NaraTodaiji0271.jpg Nigatsu-dō (二月堂)[15] 1669 10x7 bay, single-storey, yosemune-zukuri, tiled-roof NT
Nigatsu-dō sanrōsho (二月堂参籠所)[15] 1277-1282 5x4 bay, single-storey, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled-roof For seclusion and prayer ICP
Nigatsu-dō busshōya (gokūsho) (二月堂仏餉屋(御供所))[16] 1185-1274 5x2 bay, single-storey, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled-roof For preparation of ritual food offerings ICP
Nigatsu-dō akaiya (wakasaiya) (二月堂閼伽井屋(若狭井屋))[17] 1275-1332 3x2 bay, single-storey, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled-roof Double well for serving Buddha ICP
Nembutsu- (念仏堂)[18] 1237 3x3 bay, single-storey, yosemune-zukuri, tiled-roof ICP
Todaiji10s3200.jpg Hokke- (法華堂)[19] 747, 1199 5x8 bay, single-storey, irimoya-zukuri front, yosemune-zukuri rear, tiled-roof NT
Hokke- repository (法華堂経庫)[20] 794-929 3x3 bay, azekura, yosemune-zukuri, tiled-roof ICP
Hokke- temizuya (法華堂手水屋)[21] 1335 7x4 bay, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled-roof ICP
Hokke- north gate (法華堂北門)[22] 1240 four-post, kirizuma-zukuri, tiled-roof ICP
Honbokyoko Todaiji.jpg Repository
本坊経庫
honbōkyōko[23]
710-793 3x2 bay, azekura, yosemune-zukuri, tiled-roof NT
Shingon'in kanjōdō
東大寺真言院灌頂堂
Tōdai-ji Shingon'in kanjōdō[24]
1649 & following Prefectural
Shingon'in front gate
東大寺真言院表門
Tōdai-ji Shingon'in omotemon[24]
1649 & following Prefectural
Shingon'in Jizōdō
東大寺真言院地蔵堂
Tōdai-ji Shingon'in Jizōdō[24]
1649 & following Prefectural
Shingon'in kangodono
東大寺真言院神護殿
Tōdai-ji Shingon'in kangodono[24]
1649 & following Prefectural
Shingon'in akaiya
東大寺真言院閼伽井屋
Tōdai-ji Shingon'in akaiya[24]
1649 & following Prefectural
Shingon'in shōrō
東大寺真言院鐘楼
Tōdai-ji Shingon'in shōrō[24]
1649 & following Prefectural
Shingon'in south gate
東大寺真言院南門
Tōdai-ji Shingon'in nanmon[24]
1649 & following Prefectural
Kaidan-in Todaiji JPN.jpg Kaidan'in kaidandō
東大寺戒壇院戒壇堂
Tōdai-ji Nigatsudō yuya[24]
1733 Prefectural
Nigatsudō bath house
東大寺二月堂湯屋
Tōdai-ji Nigatsudō yuya[24]
mid-Edo period Prefectural

Paintings[edit]

Image Name Date Medium Other Comments Designation
Kusha mandarazu Todaiji.JPG Kusha mandala
絹本著色倶舎曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku kusha mandarazu[25]
Heian period (C12) mandala of the Kusha school NT
Kegon Gojūgo-sho Emaki (Todaiji).jpg Zenzai Dōji's pilgrimage to the fifty-five places described in the Kegon Sutra
紙本著色華厳五十五所絵巻
shihon chakushoku Kegon gojūgosho emaki[26][27]
twelfth century on coloured paper; picture scroll illustrated stories of the boy Sudhana's pilgrimage NT
Kōzō Daishi (Todaiji).jpg Portrait of Kōzō Daishi
絹本著色香象大師像
kenpon chakushoku Kōzō Daishi zō[27][28]
Kamakura period (C13) colours on silk one of the five patriarchs of the Kegon school ICP
Kegon Kai-e Zenchishiki Mandara (Todaiji).jpg Spiritual Teachers of the Kegon Ocean Assembly
絹本著色華厳海会善知識曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku Kegon kaie zenchishiki mandara zu[27][29]
1294 colours on silk assembly of those consulted by Zenzai Dōji; painted by Raien for Kōzan-ji; transferred to Tōdai-ji in 1421 ICP
Kegon gojugo-sho e - Todaiji.jpg Fifty-five places described in the Kegon Sutra
絹本著色華厳五十五所絵
kenpon chakushoku Kegon gojūgosho e[27][30][31]
Heian period colours on silk ten paintings from the twenty that are extant; the others are owned by the Fujita Art Museum, Nezu Museum, and Nara National Museum ICP
Daibutsu Engi Emaki (Todaiji).jpg Legends of the Daibutsu
紙本著色東大寺大仏縁起
shihon chakushoku Tōdai-ji daibutsu engi[27][32]
1536 colours on silk illustrated legends of the daibutsu which, alongside the Legends of Hachiman, were copied and used in fundraising throughout Japan for repairs to the Daibutsuden; by Rinken; three scrolls ICP
Kashō Daishi (Todaiji).jpg Portrait of Kashō Daishi
絹本著色嘉祥大師像
kenpon chakushoku Kashō Daishi zō[27][33]
Kamakura period (C13) colours on silk Jizang (549-623), patriarch of the Sanron school ICP
Jōei Daishi (Todaiji).jpg Portrait of Jōei Daishi
絹本著色浄影大師像
kenpon chakushoku Jōei Daishi zō[27][34]
Kamakura period (C13) colours on silk Hui Yuan (523-592), patriarch of the Sanron school, from Dunhuang, known as the "Commentator Priest" ICP
Four Saintly Persons
絹本著色四聖御影
kenpon chakushoku shishōnomie[27][35]
1256 colours on silk key figures in the history of Tōdai-ji: Emperor Shōmu, Rōben, Bodhisena, and Gyōki ICP
Four Saintly Figures (Eiwa Version) Todaiji.jpg Four Saintly Persons
絹本著色四聖御影
kenpon chakushoku shishōnomie[27][36]
1377 colours on silk key figures in the history of Tōdai-ji: Emperor Shōmu (rear left), Rōben (front left), Bodhisena (rear right), and Gyōki (front right); by Hokkyō Kanjō from Mino Province; copy of the 1256 version ICP
Eleven-headed Kannon
絹本著色十一面観音像
kenpon chakushoku Jūichimen Kannon zō[37]
Kamakura period colours on silk Jūichimen Kannon ICP
Nigatsudō mandala
二月堂曼荼羅図
Nigatsudō mandara zu[24]
Muromachi period mandala Prefectural
History and legends of Tōdai-ji
絹本著色東大寺縁起図
kenpon chakushoku Tōdaiji engi zu[24]
Kamakura period colours on silk two items Prefectural
Shaka Triad & Sixteen Rakan (Todaiji).jpg Shaka triad with Sixteen Rakan
絹本著色釈迦三尊十六羅漢像
kenpon chakushoku Shaka sanzon jūroku rakan zō[27][38]
Kamakura period (C14) colours on silk Shaka and Sixteen Rakan Municipal

Sculptures[edit]

Image Name Date Medium Other Comments Designation
Bonten
乾漆梵天立像
kanshitsu Bonten ryūzō[39]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Bonten; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Taishakuten
乾漆帝釈天立像
kanshitsu Taishakuten ryūzō[39]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Taishakuten; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Todaiji Monastery Kongorikishi of Hokkedo 234.jpg Kongō Rikishi
乾漆金剛力士立像
kanshitsu Taishakuten ryūzō[40][41]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Agyō; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Kongō Rikishi
乾漆金剛力士立像
kanshitsu Taishakuten ryūzō[40][41]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Ungyō; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Four Heavenly Kings
乾漆四天王立像
kanshitsu shitennō ryūzō[42]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Jikoku-ten; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Four Heavenly Kings
乾漆四天王立像
kanshitsu shitennō ryūzō[42]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Zōjō-ten; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Todaiji Monastery Shitenno of Hokkedo (Komokuten) (233).jpg Four Heavenly Kings
乾漆四天王立像
kanshitsu shitennō ryūzō[42]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Kōmoku-ten; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Four Heavenly Kings
乾漆四天王立像
kanshitsu shitennō ryūzō[42]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Tamon-ten; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Todaiji Monaster Fukukensaku Kwannon of Hokkedo (232).jpg Fukūkensaku Kannon
乾漆不空羂索観音立像
kanshitsu Fukū Kensaku Kannon ryūzō[43]
Nara period dry lacquer standing statue of Fukūkensaku Kannon; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Todaiji Monastery Deva Figure of Hokkedo (226).jpg Nikkō Bosatsu
塑造日光仏立像
sozō Nikkō butsu ryūzō[44]
Nara period clay standing statue of Nikkō Bosatsu; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Todaiji Gakko Bosatsu.jpg Gakkō Bosatsu
塑造月光仏立像
sozō Gakkō butsu ryūzō[44]
Nara period clay standing statue of Gakkō Bosatsu; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Todaiji Monastery Shitenno of Kaidanin (Jikokuten) (229).jpg Four Heavenly Kings
塑造四天王立像
sozō shitennō ryūzō[45]
Nara period clay standing statue of Jikoku-ten; enshrined at the Kaidandō NT
Todaiji Monastery Shitenno of Kaidanin (Zochoten) (227).jpg Four Heavenly Kings
塑造四天王立像
sozō shitennō ryūzō[45]
Nara period clay standing statue of Zōjō-ten; enshrined at the Kaidandō NT
Four Heavenly Kings
塑造四天王立像
sozō shitennō ryūzō[45]
Nara period clay standing statue of Kōmoku-ten; enshrined at the Kaidandō NT
Todaiji Monastery Shitenno of Kaidanin (Tamonten) (228).jpg Four Heavenly Kings
塑造四天王立像
sozō shitennō ryūzō[45]
Nara period clay standing statue of Tamon-ten; enshrined at the Kaidandō NT
Vajirapani Shukongoshin Todaiji2.JPG Shukongōshin
塑造執金剛神立像
sozō shukongōshin ryūzō[46]
Nara period clay standing statue of Shukongōshin; enshrined at the Hokkedō NT
Shaka at birth basin.JPG Shaka at Birth
銅造誕生釈迦仏立像
dōzō tanjō Shaka butsu ryūzō[27][41][47][48]
Nara period bronze for the ceremony on Buddha's Birthday NT
NaraTodaijiDaibutsu0212.jpg Vairocana
銅造盧舎那仏坐像
dōzō Rushana butsu zazō[49]
752 bronze daibutsu; restored; enshrined at the Daibutsuden NT
Todaiji Nandaimon Agyō.jpg Kongō Rikishi
木造金剛力士立像
mokuzō kongōrikishi ryūzō[50]
1203 wood standing statue of Agyō; located at the Nandaimon; by Unkei, Kaikei, and 13 assistant sculptors. NT
Todaiji Nandaimon Ungyō.jpg Kongō Rikishi
木造金剛力士立像
mokuzō kongōrikishi ryūzō[50]
1203 wood standing statue of Ungyō; located at the Nandaimon; by Jōkaku, Tankei, and 12 assistant sculptors NT
Priest Shunjō.jpg Chōgen
木造俊乗上人坐像
mokuzō Shunjō shōnin zazō[27][51]
c. 1206 wood seated statue of Chōgen, in charge or rebuilding Tōdai-ji after the 1180 fire; enshrined at the Shunjōdō or Chōgen Hall NT
Todaiji Monastery Hachiman by Kaikei (420).jpg Hachiman in the guise of a monk
木造僧形八幡神坐像
mokuzō sōgyō Hachimanjin zazō[27][52]
1201 wood Hachiman in the guise of a monk, by Kaikei; enshrined at the Kanjinsho Hachimanden (see Hachiman shrine and Chinjusha) NT
Todaiji Monastery Portrait of Ryoben (268).jpg Priest Rōben
木造良弁僧正坐像
mokuzō Rōben sōjō zazō[27][53]
Heian period (late C9) wood seated statue of Rōben, founder of Tōdai-ji; enshrined at the Kaisandō or Founder's Hall NT
Shaka Nyorai
木造釈迦如来坐像
mokuzō Shaka Nyorai zazō[27][41][54]
1225 wood seated statue of Shaka Nyorai; by Zen'en (善慶) ICP
Todaiji Monastery Miroku (266).jpg Miroku
木造弥勒菩薩坐像
mokuzō Miroku bosatsu zazō[27][41][55]
Heian period wood seated statue of Miroku; said to be the personal devotional of Rōben, but generally dated later on stylistic grounds ICP
Amida Nyorai
木造阿弥陀如来坐像
mokuzō Amida Nyorai zazō[56]
Heian period wood seated statue of Amida Nyorai; enshrined at the Kangakuin ICP
Amida Nyorai
木造阿弥陀如来立像
mokuzō Amida Nyorai ryūzō[27][57]
Kamakura period wood standing statue of Amida Nyorai; enshrined at the Shunjōdō ICP
Amida Nyorai
木造阿弥陀如来坐像
mokuzō Amida Nyorai zazō[58]
Kamakura period wood seated statue of Amida Nyorai ICP
Todaiji Monastery Stone Lion of Nandaimon (404).jpg Stone Lion
石造獅子
sekizō shishi[59]
Kamakura period stone shishi by Chin Wakei (陳和卿); at the Nandaimon ICP
Nimbus in the shape of a boat
銅造舟形光背
dōzō funagata kōhai[41][60]
Nara period bronze ICP
Jizō bosatsu
木造地蔵菩薩坐像
mokuzō Jizō bosatsu zazō[61]
Kamakura period wood seated statue of Jizō; enshrined at the Hokkedō ICP
Jizō bosatsu
木造地蔵菩薩坐像
mokuzō Jizō bosatsu zazō[62]
Kamakura period wood seated statue of Jizō; enshrined at the Nembutsudō (see Nembutsu) ICP
Jizō bosatsu
木造地蔵菩薩坐像
mokuzō Jizō bosatsu ryūzō[63]
Kamakura period wood standing statue of Jizō ICP
Todaiji Monastery Jizo by Kaikei (421).jpg Jizō bosatsu
木造地蔵菩薩坐像
mokuzō Jizō bosatsu ryūzō[27][41][64]
Kamakura period wood standing statue of Jizō; by Kaikei; located at the Kōkeidō ICP
Aizen Myōō
木造愛染明王坐像
mokuzō Aizen Myōō zazō[27][65]
Heian period wood seated statue of Aizen Myōō; enshrined at the Shunjōdō ICP
Aizen Myōō
木造愛染明王坐像
mokuzō Aizen Myōō zazō[66]
Muromachi period wood seated statue of Aizen Myōō ICP
Benzaiten
塑造弁財天吉祥天立像
sozō Benzaiten Kisshōten ryūzō[67]
Nara period clay standing statue of Benzaiten ICP
Todaiji Kisshoten.jpg Kisshōten
塑造弁財天吉祥天立像
sozō Benzaiten Kisshōten ryūzō[67]
Nara period clay standing statue of Kisshōten ICP
Tamonten Guardian in the Todaiji temple, Kyoto, Japan.
Tamonten
木造多聞天立像
mokuzō Tamonten ryūzō[27][41][68]
1178 wood standing statue of Tamonten ICP
Senjū Kannon
木造千手観音立像
mokuzō Senjū Kannon ryūzō[69]
Heian period wood standing statue of the Thousand-armed Kannon; enshrined at the Sanmaidō (Shigatsudō) ICP
Gokōshii Amida
木造五劫思惟弥陀仏坐像
mokuzō Gokōshii Mida butsu zazō[70]
Muromachi Period wood seated statue of Gokōshii Amida; enshrined at the Kangakuin ICP
Fudō Myōō with two attendants
木造不動明王二童子像
mokuzō Fudō Myōō nidōshizō[27][71]
1373 wood enshrined at the Hokkedō ICP
Kariteimo
木造訶梨帝母坐像
mokuzō Kariteimo zazō[27][72]
Heian period wood seated statue of Kariteimo; enshrined at the Shuni-e shukusho ICP
Ganjin
木造鑑真和尚坐像
mokuzō Ganjin oshō zazō[27][73]
1733 wood seated statue of Ganjin ICP
Jikoku-ten
木造持国天立像
mokuzō Jikokuten ryūzō[27][41][74]
Heian period (1178) wood standing statue of Jikoku-ten ICP
Nyoirin Kannon
銅造如意輪観音半跏像
dōzō Nyoirin Kannon hankazō[27][41][75]
Heian period bronze half-cross-legged statue of Nyoirin Kannon ICP
Seimen Kongō
木造青面金剛立像
mokuzō Seimen Kongō ryūzō[27][76]
Heian period wood standing statue of Shōmen Kongō ICP
Twelve Heavenly Generals
木造十二神将立像
mokuzō jūnishinshō ryūzō[27][41][77]
Heian period wood twelve standing statues of the Twelve Heavenly Generals ICP
Four Heavenly Kings
木造四天王立像
mokuzō shitennō ryūzō[78]
1281 wood four standing statues of the Four Heavenly Kings ICP
Shō Kannon
木造聖観音立像
mokuzō Shō Kannon ryūzō[27][79]
Kamakura period wood standing statue of Shō Kannon ICP
Jūichimen Kannon
木造十一面観音立像
mokuzō Jūichimen Kannon ryūzō[27][80]
Heian period wood standing statue of Jūichimen Kannon ICP
Enma-Ō
木造閻魔王坐像
mokuzō Enma-ō zazō[27][81]
Kamakura period wood seated statue of Enma-Ō ICP
Taizan Fukun
木造泰山府君坐像
mokuzō Taizan Fukun zazō[27][82]
Kamakura period wood seated statue of Taizan Fukun ICP
Bosatsu
木造菩薩立像
mokuzō Bosatsu ryūzō[83]
1190-98 wood standing statue of a bodhisattva ICP
Nyoirin Kannon & Kokūzō Bosatsu
木造〈如意輪観音/虚空蔵菩薩〉坐像
mokuzō Nyoirin Kannon / Kokūzō Bosatsu zazō[84]
1726-55 wood seated statues of Nyoirin Kannon & Kokūzō Bosatsu; enshrined in the Daibutsuden; Kei school ICP
Images inside a miniature shrine: Senjū Kannon and Four Heavenly Kings
厨子入/木造千手観音立像/木造四天王立像
zushi-iri/mokuzō Senjū Kannon ryūzō/mokuzō shitennō ryūzō[27][85]
Kamakura period wood standing statues of Thousand-armed Kannon and Four Heavenly Kings; enshrined at the Kaidan'in Senjūdō ICP
Lion head
木造獅子頭
mokuzō shishi gashira[86]
Kamakura period wood shishi ICP
Kōkei
木造公慶上人坐像
mokuzō Kōkei shōnin zazō[27][87]
1706 wood ICP
Todaiji gigaku mask.jpg Gigaku masks
木造伎楽面 乾漆伎楽面
mokuzō gigaku men - kanshitsu gigakumen[27][41][88][89]
752 for gigaku; wood (29); dry lacquer (1) thirty inscribed masks ICP
Gigaku masks
木造伎楽面 乾漆伎楽面
mokuzō gigaku men[90]
1196 wood two inscribed masks ICP
Bugaku masks
木造舞楽面
mokuzō bugaku men[27][41][91]
Heian and Kamakura period wood for Bugaku; nine masks ICP
Gyōdō masks
木造行道面
mokuzō gyōdō men[92]
1086 & 1334 wood for gyōdō; two masks ICP
Bosatsu masks
木造菩薩面
mokuzō bosatsu men[93]
1158 wood three bodhisattva masks ICP
Fudō Myōō
木造不動明王坐像
mokuzō Fudō Myōō zazō[24]
Heian period wood seated statue of Fudō Myōō Prefectural

Crafts[edit]

Image Name Date Type Other Comments Designation
Silver small jar Todaiji.JPG Kondō consecration objects
東大寺金堂鎭壇具
Tōdaiji kondō chindangu[27][94]
c.750 designated as "archaeological materials" Small gilt silver bowl with a hunting motif, swords, armor, a mirror, a fragment of a lacquer box, a crystal box, crystal objects, amber beads, glass beads and 22 crystal beads NT
Toudai-ji bonsyou.jpg Temple bell
梵鐘
bonshō[95]
752 NT
Todaiji Monastery Panels of the Bronze Lantern (250).jpg Octagonal gilt bronze lantern
金銅八角燈籠
kondō hakkaku tōrō[27][96]
Nara period located in front of the Daibutsuden NT
Box with flower and bird design
花鳥彩絵油色箱
kachō saieyushokubako[97]
Nara period NT
Budo Karakusamon Somekawa.jpg Deer hide with grape arabesque pattern
葡萄唐草文染韋
budō karakusamon somekawa[27][98]
Nara period NT
Imperial plaque for the Saidaimon
木造西大門勅額
mokuzō Saidaimon chokugaku[41][99]
Nara period ICP
Bell
梵鐘
bonshō[100]
1264 at the Shingon'in ICP
Sutra chest with cloud and phoenix design
雲鳳鎗金経櫃
unhōsō kinkyō hitsu[27][101]
Yuan Dynasty at the Tokyo National Museum; from China ICP
Gong with peacock design
孔雀文磬
kujaku monkei[27][102]
Kamakura period ICP
Ewer
銅水瓶
dō suibyō[27][103]
1305 bronze with inscription of date and location in the Kaidan'in; two items ICP
Perfume jars
銅香水杓
dō kōsuishaku[104]
Kamakura period bronze four items ICP
Lock (with key)
鉄鑰鍵付
tetsu yaku (kagi tsuki)[105]
Kamakura period iron ICP
Small bell
堂司鈴
dōshirei[106]
1285 ICP
Bell
梵鐘
bonshō[27][107]
1308 located inside the Nigatsudō ICP
Waniguchi
鰐口
waniguchi[108]
Kamakura period ICP
Lacquer bowls
朱漆布薩盥
shu urushi fusatsu tarai[27][109]
1427 three items ICP
Lacquer trays
二月堂練行衆盤
Nigatsudō rengyō shūban[27][110]
1298 inscribed; from the Nigatsudō; with cedar box; eleven items ICP
Vessel
木製黒漆油壺
mokusei kokushitsu abura tsubo[111]
1330 wooden core, black lacquer, oil; two items ICP
Lacquer drum body
黒漆鼓胴
kokushitsu kodō[112]
Nara period black lacquer; two items ICP
Painted drum body
彩絵鼓胴
sai-e kodō[113]
Kamakura period ICP
Painted drum body
彩絵鼓胴
sai-e kodō[114]
1232 ICP
Todaiji Inlaid Desk (473).jpg Black lacquer table with mother-of-pearl inserts
黒漆螺鈿卓
kokushitsu raden taku[27][115]
Heian period raden ICP
Five-lion nyoi
五獅子如意
go shishi nyoi[116]
Heian period ritual implement decorated with five lions ICP
Tortoiseshell nyoi
玳瑁如意
taimai nyoi[117]
Heian period ICP
Bathtub
鉄湯船
tetsu yubune[118]
Kamakura period iron at the Ōyuya (bath house) ICP
Iron lanterns
鉄釣燈籠
tetsutsuri tōrō[27][119]
Kamakura period iron two "fishing" lanterns; at the Hokkedō ICP
Stone lantern
石燈籠
ishi dōrō[120]
1254 stone tōrō ICP
Kane
鉦鼓
shōkō[121]
1134 kane (instrument) ICP
Kane
鉦鼓
shōkō[122]
1198 kane (instrument) ICP
Gilt bronze base
金銅受台
kondō ukedai[123]
Nara period ICP
Bronze pot
銅鉢
dōhatsu[124]
Nara period ICP
Gilt bronze pots
金銅鉢
kondōhatsu[125]
Nara period two items ICP
Gilt bronze hōtō
金銅宝塔
kondō hōtō[24]
1411 Prefectural

Documents[edit]

Image Name Date Type Other Comments Designation
Todaiji monjo.jpg Documents of Tōdai-ji
東大寺文書
Tōdai-ji monjo[126]
Heian to Muromachi period designated as "ancient documents" 100 scrolls with 979 mounted documents; 8,516 single-sheet documents NT
Sutra of the Wise and Foolish Todaiji.jpg Sutra of the Wise and Foolish
賢愚経
Kengu-kyō[127]
Nara period one scroll (vol. 15) NT
Kenkō-kyō
賢劫経
Kenkō-kyō shihonbokusho makimono[128]
Nara period one scroll ICP
Daibibasharon
大毘婆沙論
daibibasharon[129]
740 Abhidharma Mahāvibhāṣa Śāstra; one scroll (vol. 23) ICP
Annals of Tōdai-ji
東大寺要録
Tōdai-ji yōroku[130]
Kamakura period ten volumes ICP
Annals of Tōdai-ji continued
東大寺要録続録
Tōdai-ji yōroku zokuroku[131]
Muromachi period nine volumes ICP
Daiitoku Darani-kyō
大威徳陀羅尼経
Daiitoku darani-kyō[132]
740 ten scrolls ICP
Daihōtō daishū bosatsu nenmbutsu sanmai-kyō
大方等大集菩薩念仏三昧経
Daihōtō daishū bosatsu nenmbutsu sanmai-kyō[133]
Nara period ten scrolls ICP
Nirvana Sutra
大般涅槃経
Daihatsu nehan-gyō[134]
Nara period Nirvana Sutra; forty scrolls ICP
Discourse on the Stages of Yogic Practice
瑜伽師地論
Yugashichi-ron[135]
740 Yogācārabhūmi Śāstra; four scrolls (12, 13, 14, 17) ICP
Flower Garland Sutra
華厳経
Kegon-kyō[136]
798 Kegon Sutra; six scrolls (1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11) ICP
Kokūzō-kyō
虚空蔵経
Kokūzō-kyō[137]
Tang Dynasty from China; eight scrolls ICP
Saijikonkōmyōsaishōō-kyō
細字金光明最勝王経
Saijikonkōmyōsaishōō-kyō[138]
Heian period one scroll ICP
Soku Kegon ryakukyō sokanteiki
続華厳略経疏刊定記
soku Kegon ryakukyō sokanteiki[139]
Nara period five scrolls ICP
Hokketōryaku
法華統略
Hokketōryaku[140]
Heian period one scroll ICP
Perfection of Transcendent Wisdom Sutra
金剛般若経
Kongō hannya-kyō[141]
844 Prajnaparamita sutra; first scroll ICP
Hyakubōkenyūshō
百法顕幽抄
Hyakubōkenyūshō[142]
Tang Dynasty (843) from China; first scroll ICP
Kōsōdenrokushu
高僧伝六種
Kōsōdenrokushu[143]
Kamakura period nine scrolls ICP
Account of the deeds of Enshō
円照上人行状記
Enshō shōnin gyōjōki[144]
1302 deeds of Enshō (円照), with brushwork by Gyōnen (凝然); three scrolls ICP
Konma
羯磨
Konma[145]
Nara period two scrolls ICP
Mishasoku Komma Bon (Todaiji).jpg Precepts for Monks and Nuns
弥沙塞羯磨本
Misasoku Konma Bon[27][146]
Nara period one scroll ICP
Kegon-kyō (Todaiji).jpg Flower Garland Sutra
紺紙金字華厳経
konshi ginji Kegon-kyō[27][147]
Kamakura period silver ink on dark blue paper eighty scrolls ICP
Ganmonshū
願文集
ganmonshū[148]
Kamakura period one scroll ICP
Tōdaiji sōshō hitsu shōkyō narabini-shō
東大寺宗性筆聖教並抄録本
Tōdaiji sōshō hitsu shōkyō narabini-shō[149]
Kamakura period 99 scrolls, 347 sheets ICP
Tōdaiji Gyōnen senjutsu shōsorui
東大寺凝然撰述章疏類
Tōdaiji gyōzen senjutsu shōsho-rui[150]
Kamakura period 146 scrolls ICP
Flower Garland Sutra
高麗版華厳経随疏演義鈔
kōraiban Kegon-kyō zuiso engi shō[151]
Joseon Dynasty from Korea; forty scrolls ICP
Konkōmyō-saishōō-kyō chūshaku
金光明最勝王経註釈
Konkōmyōsaishōō-kyō chūshaku[152]
Heian period two scrolls (5, 9) ICP
Tōdai-ji daikanjinsōgyō yūjihitsu shojō
東大寺大勧進僧行勇自筆書状
Tōdai-ji daikanjinsōgyō yūjihitsu shojō[153]
Kamakura period one volume ICP
Inventory of objects for Amida Keka service
紙本墨書阿弥陀悔過料資財帳
shihonbokusho Amida kekaryō shizaichō[154]
767 designated as "ancient documents" one scroll ICP
Solicitation for funds by Chōgen (Genkyū 2 (1205))
元久二年重源上人勧進状
Genkyū ninen Chōgen shōnin kanjinjō[155]
1205 ancient documents one scroll ICP
Register of slaves in Tōdai-ji
東大寺奴婢見来帳
Tōdai-ji nuhiken raichō[156]
751/6 ancient documents one scroll ICP
東大寺越前国桑原庄券第三.jpg Record of Tōdai-ji estate in Echizen Province
越前国田使解
Echizen no kuni denshige[157][158][159][160]
756, 757 ancient documents early shōen in Echizen Province; two scrolls (scrolls 2 and 3; scroll 1 from 755 is at the Gotoh Museum) ICP
Eisai jihitsu tōboku hitsukenjōjō
栄西自筆唐墨筆献上状
Eisai jihitsu tōboku hitsukenjōjō[161]
1270 ancient documents one volume ICP
Sōbō Gekishu ganmonan
僧某逆修願文案
sōbō Gekishu ganmonan[162]
1198 ancient documents one scroll ICP
Document concerning Amida-ji estate in Suō Province
周防国阿弥陀寺領田畠注文
Suō no kuni Amida-ji ryō denbata chūmon[163]
1200 ancient documents relating to fundraising for reconstruction; one scroll ICP
Kegon-kyō (Nigatsudō - Burned) (Todaiji).jpg Flower Garland Sutra
紺紙銀字華厳経
konshi ginji Kegon-kyō[27][164]
Nara period ancient documents silver ink on dark blue paper; damaged in the 1667 fire during the Omizutori that destroyed the Nigatsudō; twenty scrolls, eighteen of which were once pasted onto screens ICP
Document from Dajōkan
太政官宣旨
Dajōkan senji[165]
808 ancient documents from Dajōkan; one scroll ICP
Records of the Nigatsudō Shuni-e
二月堂修二会記録文書
Nigatsudō Shuni-e kirokumonsho[166]
Heian to Shōwa periods ancient documents relating to the Shuni-e; 293 volumes, 2107 sheets ICP
Records of the Tōdai-ji Kaidan'in
東大寺戒壇院指図
Tōdai-ji Kaidan'in sashizu[167]
Muromachi to Momoyama periods designated as "historic materials" one collection ICP
Matsubara collection
松原文庫
Matsubara bunko[168][169]
Edo to Shōwa periods 1090 documents Registered

Monuments[edit]

Image Name Date Type Other Comments Designation
Consecration of Daibutsu & Daibutsuden (Todaiji).jpg Old precincts of Tōdai-ji
東大寺旧境内
Tōdai-ji kyūkeidai[170]
N/A Historic Site National
Old precincts of Tōdai-ji Tōnan'in
東大寺東南院旧境内
Tōdai-ji Tōnan'in kyūkeidai[171]
N/A Historic Site National
Wataka.jpg Kagami-ike habitat for fish (ischikauia)
東大寺鏡池棲息ワタカ
Kagamiike seisoku wataka[24]
N/A Natural Monument lit. "mirror pond"; the species is endemic to Japan Prefectural

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  84. ^ 木造〈如意輪観音/虚空蔵菩薩〉坐像〈順慶・賢慶・了慶・尹慶等作/(所在金堂)〉 [Seated wooden statues of Nyoirin Kannon & Kokūzō Bosatsu (by the Kei school; located in the kondō)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 18 April 2012. 
  85. ^ 厨子入/木造千手観音立像/木造四天王立像(戒壇院千手堂安置) [Images inside a miniature shrine: standing wooden statues of Senjū Kannon and the Four Heavenly Kings (enshrined at the Kaidan'in Senjūdō)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  86. ^ 木造獅子頭 [Wooden lion's head] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  87. ^ 木造公慶上人坐像〈/(公慶堂安置)〉 [Seated wooden statue of Kōkei] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  88. ^ 木造伎楽面 [Wooden gigaku masks] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  89. ^ 乾漆伎楽面 [Dry lacquer gigaku mask] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  90. ^ 木造伎楽面 [Wooden gigaku masks] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  91. ^ 木造伎楽面 [Wooden bugaku masks] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  92. ^ 木造行道面 [Wooden gyōdō masks] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 18 April 2012. 
  93. ^ 木造菩薩面 [Wooden bosatsu masks] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 18 April 2012. 
  94. ^ 東大寺金堂鎭壇具 [Tōdai-ji Kondō consecration objects] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  95. ^ 梵鐘 [Temple bell] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  96. ^ 金銅八角燈籠(大仏殿前所在) [Octagonal gilt bronze lantern (located in front of the Diabutsuden)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  97. ^ 花鳥彩絵油色箱 [Box with flower and bird design] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  98. ^ 葡萄唐草文染韋 [Leather with grape arabesque pattern] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  99. ^ 木造西大門勅額 [Wooden imperial plaque for the Saidaimon] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  100. ^ 梵鐘 [Bell] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  101. ^ 雲鳳鎗金経櫃 [Sutra chest with cloud and phoenix design] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  102. ^ 孔雀文磬 [Gong with peacock design] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  103. ^ 銅水瓶 [Bronze ewer] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  104. ^ 銅香水杓 [Bronze ewer] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  105. ^ 鉄鑰〈鍵付/〉 [Iron lock (with key)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  106. ^ 堂司鈴 [Small bell] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  107. ^ 梵鐘(二月堂食堂所用) [Bell (inside the Nigatsudō)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  108. ^ 鰐口 [Waniguchi] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  109. ^ 朱漆布薩盥 [Lacquer bowls] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  110. ^ 二月堂練行衆盤 [Lacquer trays] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  111. ^ 木製黒漆油壺 [Vessel (black lacquer over wooden core, oil)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  112. ^ 黒漆鼓胴 [Black lacquer drum] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  113. ^ 彩絵鼓胴 [Painted drum] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  114. ^ 彩絵鼓胴 [Painted drum] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  115. ^ 黒漆螺鈿卓 [Black lacquer table with mother-of-pearl inserts] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  116. ^ 五獅子如意〈/(伝聖宝所持)〉 [Five-lion nyoi] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  117. ^ 玳瑁如意 [Tortoiseshell nyoi] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  118. ^ 鉄湯船(大湯屋所在) [Iron bathtub (at the Ōyuya)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  119. ^ 鉄釣燈籠〈/(法華堂所在)〉 [Iron "fishing" lanterns (at the Hokkedō)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  120. ^ 石燈籠 [Stone lantern] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  121. ^ 鉦鼓 [Kane] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  122. ^ 鉦鼓 [Kane] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  123. ^ 金銅受台 [Gilt bronze base] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  124. ^ 銅鉢〈金銅受台付/〉 [Bronze pot (with gilt bronze base)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  125. ^ 金銅鉢 [Gilt bronze pots] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  126. ^ 東大寺文書 [Documents of Tōdai-ji] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  127. ^ 賢愚経巻第十五(四百六十七行) [Sutra of the Wise and Foolish, vol. 15 (467 ff.)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  128. ^ 賢劫経紙本墨書巻物 [Kenkō-kyō] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  129. ^ 大毘婆沙論〈巻第廿三/〉 [Abhidharma Mahāvibhāṣa Śāstra (scroll 23)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  130. ^ 東大寺要録 [Tōdai-ji yōroku] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  131. ^ 東大寺要録続録 [Continuation of the Tōdai-ji yōroku] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  132. ^ 大威徳陀羅尼経〈自巻第一/至巻第十〉 [Daiitoku Darani-kyō] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  133. ^ 大方等大集菩薩念仏三昧経〈自巻第一/至巻第十〉 [Daihōtō daishū bosatsu nenmbutsu sanmai-kyō] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  134. ^ 大般涅槃経〈自巻第一/至巻第四十〉 [Nirvana Sutra (forty scrolls)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  135. ^ 瑜伽師地論〈巻第十二、第十三、第十四/第十七〉 [Yogācārabhūmi Śāstra (scrolls 12, 13, 14, 17)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  136. ^ 華厳経〈巻第一、第四、第五、第六、第九、第十一/〉 [Flower Garland Sutra (scrolls 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  137. ^ 虚空蔵経〈自巻第一/至巻第八〉 [Kokūzō-kyō (eight scrolls)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  138. ^ 細字金光明最勝王経〈自巻第六/至巻第十〉 [Saijikonkōmyōsaishōō-kyō] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  139. ^ 続華厳略経疏刊定記〈第二、第九上下/第十三上下〉 [Soku Kegon ryakukyō sokanteiki] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  140. ^ 法華統略〈巻上/〉 [Hokketōryaku (first scroll)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  141. ^ 金剛般若経讃述巻上(白点本) [Prajñāpāramitā Sutra (first scroll)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  142. ^ 百法顕幽抄巻第一〈末(朱点本)/〉 [Hyakubōkenyūshō (first scroll)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  143. ^ 高僧伝六種〈宗性筆/〉 [Kōsōdenrokushu] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  144. ^ 円照上人行状記〈凝然筆/〉 [Account of the deeds of Enshō (by the brush of Gyōnen)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  145. ^ 羯磨 [Konma] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  146. ^ 弥沙塞羯磨本 [Precepts for Monks and Nuns] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  147. ^ 紺紙金字華厳経 [Flower Garland Sutra, silver lettering on dark blue paper] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  148. ^ 願文集 [Ganmonshū] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  149. ^ 東大寺宗性筆聖教並抄録本(二百十四種) [Tōdaiji sōshō hitsu shōkyō narabini-shō] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  150. ^ 東大寺凝然撰述章疏類〈(自筆本)/(九種)〉 [Tōdaiji Gyōnen senjutsu shōsorui] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  151. ^ 高麗版華厳経随疏演義鈔 [Flower Garland Sutra] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  152. ^ 金光明最勝王経註釈〈巻第五、第九/〉 [Konkōmyōsaishōō-kyō chūshaku' (scrolls 5, 9)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  153. ^ 東大寺大勧進僧行勇自筆書状〈九月十六日/年預五師宛〉 [Tōdai-ji daikanjinsōgyō yūjihitsu shojō] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  154. ^ 紙本墨書阿弥陀悔過料資財帳 [Inventory of objects for Amida Keka service] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  155. ^ 元久二年重源上人勧進状 [Solicitation for funds by Chōgen (Genkyū 2)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  156. ^ 東大寺奴婢見来帳 [Register of slaves in Tōdai-ji] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  157. ^ 越前国田使解(桑原庄券第二、第三) [Record of Tōdai-ji estate in Echizen Province (scrolls 2 & 3)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  158. ^ 越前国田使解(桑原庄券第一) [Record of Tōdai-ji estate in Echizen Province (scroll 1)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
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  161. ^ 栄西自筆唐墨筆献上状〈建永二年六月廿一日/〉 [Eisai jihitsu tōboku hitsukenjōjō] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  162. ^ 僧某逆修願文案〈貞慶筆/建久九年四月十五日〉 [Sōbō Gekishu ganmonan (1198)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  163. ^ 周防国阿弥陀寺領田畠注文〈正治二年十一月日/重源加判〉 [Document concerning Amida-ji estate in Suō Province (1200)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  164. ^ 紺紙銀字華厳経残巻〈(二月堂焼経)/〉 [Surviving scrolls of the Flower Garland Sutra, silver lettering on dark blue paper (known as the "Burned Sutra of the Nigatsudō)] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  165. ^ 太政官宣旨〈延暦二十四年二月二十五日/菅野眞道自署〉 一通 [Document from Dajōkan] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  166. ^ 二月堂修二会記録文書 [Records of the Nigatsudō Shuni-e] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  167. ^ 東大寺戒壇院指図 [Records of the Tōdai-ji Kaidan'in] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  168. ^ 登録有形文化財一覧 [List of registered Cultural Properties of Nara City] (in Japanese). Nara City. Retrieved 5 April 2012. 
  169. ^ 松原文庫 [Matsubara collection] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 5 April 2012. 
  170. ^ 東大寺旧境内 [Old precincts of Tōdai-ji] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  171. ^ 東大寺東南院旧境内 [Old precincts of Tōdai-ji Tōnan'in] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 

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