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

Three poems from the “Later Collection of Japanese Poems” (Gosen wakas...

Traditionally attributed to Fujiwara no Sadayori (Japanese, 995–1045) Heian period (794–1185)

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

Three Poems from the “Later Collection of Japanese Poems” (Gosen wakas...

Traditionally attributed to Monk Saigyō (Japanese, 1118–1190) Heian period (794–1185)

Luohan
Dragon

Dragon

In the style of Muqi (Chinese, ca. 1210–after 1269) Yuan dynasty (1271–1368)

Tiger

Tiger

In the style of Muqi (Chinese, ca. 1210–after 1269) Yuan dynasty (1271–1368)

Letter to the Nun Jōjūbō

Letter to the Nun Jōjūbō

Myōe Kōben (Japanese, 1173–1232) Kamakura period (1185–1333)

Satsubari, the Second of the Sixteen Arhats

Satsubari, the Second of the Sixteen Arhats

Nanbokuchō period (1336–92)

Arhats

Arhats

According to Buddhist scripture, arhats (Japanese: rakan) are protectors of the Dharma who also use assorted magical powers to assist the faithful. They were frequently depicted in groups of eight, sixteen, eig... more

Deer Mandala of Kasuga Shrine

Deer Mandala of Kasuga Shrine

Nanbokuchō period (1336–92)

One of the Twelve Devas: Bonten

One of the Twelve Devas: Bonten

Nanbokuchō period (1336–92)

Letter to Monk Sekibyō

Letter to Monk Sekibyō

Zekkai Chūshin (Japanese, 1336–1405) Muromachi period (1392–1573)

Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara

Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara

Unidentified Artist Goryeo dynasty (918–1392)

One of the Twelve Devas: Katen

One of the Twelve Devas: Katen

Nanbokuchō period (1336–92)

Kshitigarbha
Flowers
Aizen Myōō
Shaka Nyorai
Arhat from a series of sixteen Arhats

Arhat from a series of sixteen Arhats

According to Buddhist scripture, arhats (Japanese: rakan) are protectors of the Dharma who also use assorted magical powers to assist the faithful. They were frequently depicted in groups of eight, sixteen, eig... more

Section of Jin'o-ji Engi Emaki (Konin Shonin E-
den)