Takahata-Fudoson’s Designated Cultural Properties

 

Takahata-Fudoson lost a great number of temple treasures in a fire in 1779, but still possesses about 20,000 precious cultural properties today, including Buddhas from the Heian era such as the Statue of Fudōsanson, the Statue of Dainichi-nyorai, the Statue of Gangiten, the Statue of Bosatsu and more.

 

Structures Fudō-dō Hall
不動堂
Important Cultural Property Kamakura period
Niōmon Gate
仁王門
Important Cultural Property Muromachi period
Gobu-gongen Shrine
五部権現社殿
Metropolitan Tangible Cultural Property Kambun era
Statues of Buddhas Statue of Fudō Myō-ō
不動明王像
Important Cultural Property Heian period
Statue of Kongara-dōji Important Cultural Property Heian period
Statue of Seitaka-dōji Important Cultural Property Heian period
Statue of Dainichi-nyorai
大日如来像
City Designated Important Cultural Property

In the middle of Heian period
(10th Century)

Pictures of Buddhas Sonshō Mandala Important Art Nambokuchō period
Benzaiten-jūroku-dōji Statue Metropolitan Tangible Cultural Property Muromachi period
Fudō Myō-ō Ni-dōji Statue
不動明王二童子像
City Designated Important Cultural Property Muromachi period
Aizen Myō-ō Statue City Designated Important Cultural Property Kamakura period
Benzaiten-jūgo-dōji Statue City Designated Important Cultural Property Nambokuchō period

Shi-tennou itae
(pictures drawn on board)
4 pictures

City Designated Important Cultural Property Tenna era (1682), Kanō Akinobu

Amida-sanson Statue
(vertical picture)

City Designated Important Cultural Property Edo period, Katō Nobukiyo
Jizō-basatsu Statue City Designated Important Cultural Property Muromachi period
Pictures 17 actual works of Tagimi
田公実作品群十七点
City Designated Important Cultural Property Edo period
Industrial arts Waniguchi steel gong
鰐口
Important Cultural Property

Bun’ei era
Inscribed with the year 1273

Fudōson Kaen-kokubun Important Cultural Property

Kōei era
Inscribed with the year 1342

Gobu-gongen Shrine tablet Important Art Ryakuō era (1340)
Ancient documents Letters of temple solicitation Important Cultural Property Ōei era (1415)
Drafts written by Chōben Oshō 
Zoūnai documents (69 documents)
像内文書(六十九点)
Important Cultural Property Nambokuchō period
Kōbō Daishi’s will
弘法大師ご遺告
Important Cultural Property Heian period (Anna era, 969)
Rishu-kyo Mandala Important Art Kamakura period
Hakko Daiji Important Art Heian period
Jingo-ji Temple sutras Important Art Heian period
Kongoji documents Metropolitan Tangible Cultural Property Edo period (4110 documents)
Notes of Hijikata (8 documents) Metropolitan Tangible Cultural Property Muromachi~Momoyama period
Collections of past and present City Designated Important Cultural Property

Muromachi period
Imagawa Norimasa

Ancient books, ancient sutras City Designated Important Cultural Properties
(about 8,000)
Others Stone monuments from Bun’ei era City Designated Important Cultural Property Kamakura period (1271)
Shinsengumi monuments City Designated Historic Site Meiji era
Inscribed with the year 1876.
Constructed in 1889.
Japanese cornel dogwood or
coniferous Forest of Mt. Atago
山茱萸
City Designated Historic Site