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Helmet
Bit
Helmet
Helmet (Shokakutsuki Kabuto)
God Brahma
Bowl with three spur marks and a gold laquer repair

Bowl with three spur marks and a gold laquer repair

Hoge kom van steengoed met naar boven toe uitlopende wand, bedekt met een grijswit/groen, gecraqueleerd glazuur. Op de bodem van de kom drie proenen. De rand met op drie plekken een Japanse goudlakreparatie. Ba... more

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)

Bishamonten

Bishamonten

These printed images of Bishamonten (Sanskrit: Vaishravana), the divine guardian of the north, were found inside a sculpture of the deity in the Jūrin'in subtemple of Nakagawadera, a temple northeast of Nara. T... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Arrowhead (Yanonē)

Large arrowheads, pierced and elaborately chiseled with landscapes, birds, flowers, dragons, and Buddhist divinities, were created to be admired for the beauty of their metalwork and design rather than for use ... more

Helmet (Hoshi Kabuto)

Helmet (Hoshi Kabuto)

The helmet bowl, constructed of thirty-two iron plates, dates from the fourteenth century but was remounted for use in the eighteenth century. The metal fittings on the turnbacks of the neck guard include the b... more

One of the Twelve Devas: Katen

One of the Twelve Devas: Katen

Nanbokuchō period (1336–92)

One of the Twelve Devas: Bonten

One of the Twelve Devas: Bonten

Nanbokuchō period (1336–92)