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遠山因幡入道坐像について : 戦国期鎌倉日蓮宗の檀越=A Study of the Seated Statue of Tōyama Inaba Nyūdō: A Member and Contributor of the Nichiren-shū in Kamakura during Sengoku Period
Author 寺尾英智 (著)=Terao, Eichi (au.)
Source 法華文化研究=Journal of Institute for the Comprehensive Study of Lotus Sutra=ホッケ ブンカ ケンキュウ
Pages33 - 45
Publisher Url
Location東京, 日本 [Tokyo, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
AbstractTōyama Inaba Nyūdō (遠山因幡入道) was one of the dependable members of the Nichiren-shū in Sengoku period. He donated the main hall to Chōshō-ji Temple (長勝寺) in Kamakura and the temple has placed a statue of Mr. and Mrs. Tōyama to honor his contribution. Toyama Inaba was a vassal of Odawara Hōjō clan (小田原北条氏) who was in charge of managing the construction of Tsurugaoka Hachimangū Shrine (鶴岡八幡宮) in Kamakura. This paper is intended to explain that the seated statue of Ankokuron-ji Temple (安国論寺) in Kamakura. which has been said to be the statue of Venerable Nichirō (日朗), is actually a statue of Tōyama Inaba by pointing out some features and historical documents of the statue.
Table of contentsはじめに 33
一 34
二 36
おわりに 40
ISSN02871513 (P)
Created date2023.09.02
Modified date2023.09.03

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