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Polychrome drawing of Bishamon with numerous stamped images of Bishamon, sumi print on paper, H 56.4 cm, W = 32.3, Kamakura Era (1223), Treasure of Kōfukuji Temple 興福寺 in Nara. This drawing, along with others, were discovered inside a standing statue of an 11-Headed Kannon (also at Kōfukuji). Photo from 興福寺国宝展・鎌倉復興期のみほとけ (National Treasures of Kōfukuji from the Temple Revival of the Kamakura Period), published 18 Sept. 2004, Asahi Shimbun.

Bishamonten (Bishamon) - Lord of Treasure & Wealth, Patron of Warriors, Guardian of the North

Idaten, Manpukuji Temple, Kyoto, Kamakura Era

Kankiten, Idaten, Marishiten & Other Tenbu (Deva) in Japanese Buddhist Traditions

Syota Matsuda (Japanese acter).   Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori".   early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". From last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Ungyo (Ungyō) 吽形 H. 842.3 cm  Kongo (Kongō) Rikishi 金剛力士  Wood with Paint (Saishiki 彩色)  By Unkei & Kaikei, Dated +1203  Todaiji (Tōdaiji) Temple 東大寺

Ungyo (Ungyō) 吽形 H. cm Kongo (Kongō) Rikishi 金剛力士 Wood with Paint (Saishiki 彩色) By Unkei & Kaikei, Dated Todaiji (Tōdaiji) Temple 東大寺

Kamigamo shrine archery feast.   Kamakura-era costume "suikan".

Kamigamo shrine archery feast. Kamakura-era costume "suikan".

Yasuko Matsuyuki (Japanese actress). Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era. She is dressed in junihitoe

Byakue Kannon (White-Robed Kannon), Kamakura Era, Nara National Museum

Kannon Bodhisattva (Bosatsu) - Goddess of Mercy, One Who Hears Prayers of the World, Japanese Buddhism Art History

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

JAPANESE LACQUER NAMBOKUCHO TO ZESHIN Dean (Lacquer, Inro, Boxes) Barry Davies

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

Spread of Islam- Buddhism statue found in South East Asia

Spread of Islam- Kamakura Era, Gokuraku-ji Treasure, Life-size Wooden Statue of Shaka Nyorai

Kenichi Matsuyama (Japanese acter).   Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori"   early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori" early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

According to the Kyoto National Museum, the open-mouth animal is just a lion. Only the close-mouth animal is a lion-dog. The museum also says that early artwork of the shishi depicted one with a horn on its head (as found at Toji Temple 東寺 in Kyoto), but by the Kamakura Era, the horned beast of earlier times had been replaced by the hornless version.

Shishi - Lion Protector in Japanese Buddhism and Shintoism

Ungyo, Ungyou - Kofukuji Temple, Kamakura Era, Wood

Nio Protectors of Japan - Japanese Buddhism Photo Dictionary

Rikishi 金剛力士 (Kongou, Kongo) Wood with Paint (Saishiki 彩色) Made by the famous Kei school of sculptors. (including Unkei and Kaikei) in the Kamakura Era. Tōdaiji Temple 東大寺 (Toudaiji, Todaiji), Nara.

Rikishi 金剛力士 (Kongou, Kongo) Wood with Paint (Saishiki 彩色) Made by the famous Kei school of sculptors. (including Unkei and Kaikei) in the Kamakura Era.

Haishiro Rim Bowl (small)  5.5" D (14cm) 2.25"H (5.5cm)  $53.00  *Sabiyuh (brown or rust colored glaze), a straw ash glaze that brings out the iron in the clay: This glaze appeared around Kamakura era as matte accent and became more common in Muromachi era, and eventually evolved into many different kinds of glaze. Sabiyuh typically changes to be glossier after years of use. Enjoy the changing landscape! #kiyooka #ceramic #sabiyuh #pottery #vessel #bowl #heatresistant #japan #craft

Haishiro Rim Bowl (small) 5.5" D (14cm) 2.25"H (5.5cm) $53.00 *Sabiyuh (brown or rust colored glaze), a straw ash glaze that brings out the iron in the clay: This glaze appeared around Kamakura era as matte accent and became more common in Muromachi era, and eventually evolved into many different kinds of glaze. Sabiyuh typically changes to be glossier after years of use. Enjoy the changing landscape! #kiyooka #ceramic #sabiyuh #pottery #vessel #bowl #heatresistant #japan #craft

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