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Minato City Designated Cultural Assets 2016

Tangible cultural asset; arts and historical documents

Legacy of the Henmi family: 840 documents relevant to Kazunobu Kano, owned by Zojo-ji temple, 4-7-35 Shibakoen

Art pieces and relevant documents of Kazunobu Kano, a prominent painter in the 19th Century. The total of 840 items include:

  • 759 draft paintings of Kano and his apprentice
  • Kano’s diary from September 1833 to October 1856
  • 100 documents regarding Zoji-ji owned Gohyaku Rakanzu, the picture of 500 Disciples of the Buddha, designated culturalasset in 1979
  • 79 other relevant references
  • One wooden statue of Kazunobu

 

Draft of the third scroll of Gohyaku Rakan-zu

The 759 draft paintings include: The third, sixteenth, and twelfth draft paintings, a lot of Buddhist paintings, draft paintings of Kissho goodness and fan, pictures of animals, plants, still-life paintings, and landscape pictures.

An archive as complete as this is rare, and it is no exaggeration to say that this collection reflecting the creative process and the progress of art will contribute greatly to the studies on art history. Furthermore, this archive will not only show Kazunobu’s approach to art creation, but also that of painters in the late Edo period, as well as serving as a historical evidence of the demand for paintings at the time.

Wooden Statue of Kazunobu Kano

Draft of Whales

Tangible cultural asset; historical documents

Missive to Dentsu-in by Kanchi Kokushi
Tenko-in temple, 1-3-16 Shibakoen

Archived at Tenko-in, this missive is a personal correspondence from the 12th chief priest of Zojo-ji temple Kanchi Kokushi, commonly known as Genyo Zonno Genyo to Dentsu-in, known as Seiyo Kakuzan, dated March 3, 1618, and it is thought to be written by Kanchi Kokushi himself.

It is 33.1cm H x 52.2 cm W, and is an origami-style missive. Following insects-inflicted damages on the paper, the missive was preserved on a scroll, a proof that it was recognized as a valuable document since ancient times. This document is highly regarded, as it reflects the relationship between Kanchi Kokushi and Kakuzan, a powerful leader at the time acknowledged by the shogunate.

Missive by Kanchi Kokushi


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