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Three Poems from the “Collection of Poems Ancient and Modern” (Kokin wakashū), known as the “Araki Fragment” (Araki-gire)

Library Scene

Excerpts from Bai Juyi's "Biography of a Master of Drunken Poetry" (Suigin sensei den)

Scroll of Mudras

Palace Ladies Bathing Children

Samyutagama Sutra, chapter 25

Scroll of Mudras

Summer Mountains

Old Trees, Level Distance

Scroll of Deities of the Diamond World Mandala

The Classic of Filial Piety

Biographies of Lian Po and Lin Xiangru

Poem Written in a Boat on the Wu River

Courtly Odes, Beginning with "Wild Geese"

Sketch of an "Inviting Rain" Mandala

Segment of the Lotus Sutra (Hokekyō)

Three poems from the “Later Collection of Japanese Poems” (Gosen wakashū), known as the “Karasumaru Fragment” (Karasumaru-gire)

Scroll from the Compendium of Iconographic Drawings (Zuzōshō)

Iconographic Drawings of the Five Kings of Wisdom (Myōō-bu shoson)

Iconographic Drawing of Saturn (Doyō)

Memyo Bosatsu

Daiitoku Myōō

Page from the “Lady Ise Collection” (Ise shū), from the Nishi-Honganji Edition of the Thirty-Six Poetic Immortals (Nishi-Honganji-bon Sanjūrokuninshū)

Daishōjin Bosatsu, from “Album of Buddhist Deities from the Diamond World and Womb World Mandalas” (“Kontai butsugajō”)

Landscape in the style of Fan Kuan

Retreats in the Spring Hills

Kongōyasha Myōō

Three Poems from the “Later Collection of Japanese Poems” (Gosen wakashū), or “Shirakawa Fragment” (Shirakawa-gire)

“Parable of the Medicinal Herbs,” Chapter 5 of the Lotus Sutra

Finches and bamboo

“Devadatta,” Chapter 12 of the Lotus Sutra

Streams and Mountains Under Fresh Snow

Travelers in a Wintry Forest

The Vimalakirti Sutra

Page from the Illustrations and Explanations of the Three Jewels (Sanbō ekotoba), known as the Tōdaiji Fragment (Tōdaiji-gire)

Page from Illustrations and Explanations of the Three Jewels (Sanbō e-kotoba), one of the “Tōdaiji Fragments” (Tōdaiji-gire)

The Secrets of the Nine Luminaries (Kuyō hiryaku)

In the Palace

Illustrated Frontispiece to the Sutra of Enlightenment through the Accumulation of Merit and Virtue, the So-called Jingoji Sutra

Anchira-taisho Jochi

Fisherman's Lodge At Mount Xisai

Great Wisdom Sutra from the Chū sonji Temple Sutra Collection (Chūsonjikyō)

Great Wisdom Sutra from the Chūsonji Temple Sutra Collection (Chūsonjikyō)

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

White-Robed Kannon

Competition Between Poets of Different Eras (Jidai fudō uta awase), depicting the poet Minamoto no Hitoshi

Scroll 9 of Collected Iconography (Zuzōshō): Ten (Devas)

"Imperial Visit to the Great Horse Race at the Kaya-no-in Mansion" (Kaya-no-in komakurabe gyōkō emaki), from the Tale of Flowering Fortunes (Eiga monogatari)

The Tale of Sumiyoshi (Sumiyoshi monogatari)

Children Playing in the Palace Garden

Six Horses

Scholars of the Liuli Hall

Odes of the State of Bin

Amida Triad in the Form of Sacred Sanskrit Syllables

Buddha Amitabha Descending from His Pure Land

Scene from The Illustrated Sutra of Past and Present Karma (Kako genzai e-inga-kyō; Matsunaga Version)

One Hundred Buffaloes

Benzaiten and Fifteen Attendants

The Bodhisattva Manjushri (Monju Bosatsu)

Kasuga Mandala

Amitabha triad

The Poet Fujiwara Kiyotada, from the Narikane Version of the Thirty-six Poetic Immortals

Illustrated Legends of the Kitano Shrine (Kitano Tenjin Engi)

Sakyamuni and Attendant Bodhisattvas in a Landscape

Luohan

Cloudy Mountains

Three poems from the Collection of Poems Ancient and Modern (Kokin wakashū)

Dragon

Eleven-Headed Kannon on Mount Fudaraka

Ox and Herdsman

The Illustrated Sutra of Past and Present Karma (Kako genzai inga kyō emaki)

Illustrated Legends of the Kitano Tenjin Shrine (Kitano Tenjin engi emaki)

Buddha Amitabha descending from his Pure Land

Beneficent Rain

Shaka (Shakyamuni) Triad

Mandala of Monju Bosatsu

Tiger

Two Poems from the Collection of Poems Ancient and Modern, Continued (Zoku Shoku kokin wakashū)

Section of the Dream Diary (Yume no ki) with a Sketch of Mountains

Letter to the Nun Jōjūbō

Section of the Dream Diary (Yume no ki)

Poem of Farewell to Liu Man

Chan master riding a mule

Meeting between Yaoshan and Li Ao

“Universal Gateway,” Chapter 25 of the Lotus Sutra

Poems on Painting Plum Blossoms and Bamboo

Ten Verses on Oxherding

Pear Blossoms

The Pleasures of Fishes

Wang Xizhi watching geese

Grooms and Horses

Taima Mandala

Farewell by a Stream on a Clear Day

Scene from The Illustrated Legends of Jin’ōji Temple (Jin’ōji engi emaki)

Mikaeri Jizō Bosatsu

Mandala of Hannya Bosatsu