THE OKAZAKI COLLECTION
Hanging

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Collection Okasaki Collection
Description It is a Japanese Buddhist scroll hanging. There are some Japanese Charactor (Kanji), and picture of Buddhist Kannon on the scroll. On the top of the scroll, It could read "Sei-ichii-Houmyou-Fukujyu-Inari-Daimyoujin." It is the name of this God. Daimyoujin means great god. On the right side of character could read "Aizu-yashiki, Horita-shi." Aizu means the name of a city in Japan, Yasiki means eastate. Horita means name of owner, Shi means kind like a Mr. On the left side of chraracter could read "Shibashinsenza." Possibly, it is a name of company or name of union. Some Buddhist people hanged on a household altar or Japanese traditional room (Tatami room).
Dimensions W-10.2 L-21.5 inches
Category 8: Communication Artifact
Object ID 2002.0024
Object Name Hanging
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Last modified on: December 12, 2013