Senju Kannon, To-ji

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Subject Index
Aizen Myo-o. Jingo-ji.
Amida Buddha. Asuka-dera.
Amida. Byodo-in.
Amida and closeup. Kanzeon-ji.
Amida. To-ji.
Ashura. Kofuku-ji.
Basu Sennin. Sanjusangen-do.
Bato Kannon and closeup. Kanzeon-ji.
Bishamonten. Fukuoka.
Bishamonten. Kanzeon-ji.
Bishamonten. To-ji.
Bodhisattva. Pakistan.
Bodhisattva. China.
Brahma. To-ji.
Buddha. Pakistan.
Buddha Triad. China.
Buddha Triad. China.
Celestial Attendant (1). Byodo-in.
Celestial Attendant (2). Byodo-in.
Daibutsu. Todai-ji.
Daikokuten. Kanzeon-ji.
Dainichi. To-ji.
Four-Armed Kannon. Komatsu-dera.
Fudo Myo-o. To-ji.
Fujin and Raijin. Sanjusangen-do.
Fukukenjaku Kannon. Kanzeon-ji.
Fukukenjaku Kannon. Todai-ji.
Hotei. Mampuku-ji.
Indra. To-ji.
Indra and Kinnara. Sanjusangen-do.
Jizo Bosatsu. Kanzeon-ji.
Juichimen Kannon. Akishiro-dera.
Juichimen Kannon. Sanjusangen-do.
Juichimen Kannon (Ekadasmukha). Tokyo NM.
Juichimen Kannon(1069). Kanzeon-ji.
Juichimen Kannon(mandorla). Kanzeon-ji.
Kisshoten. Kanzeon-ji.
Kongara Doji. Kongo-ji
Komoku-ten. Joruri-ji.
Miroku. Kofuku-ji.
Nikko and closeup. To-ji.
Nikko and Gakko. Todai-ji.
Nio and closeup. Horyu-ji.
Nio. Kofuku-ji.
Nio. Sanjusangen-do.
Nio (heads). Todai-ji.
Nio (south gate). Todai-ji
1000 Kannon. Sanjusangen-do.
Prince Shotoku. Asuka-dera.
Rushana Buddha. Kaidan-in.
Ryutoki. Kofuku-ji
Sculpture Mandala. To-ji.
Seitaka Doji. Kongo-ji.
Senju Kannon(1). Myoho-in.
Senju Kannon(2). Myoho-in.
Senju Kannon #40. Sanjusangen-do.
Senju Kannon. To-ji.
Shaka Buddha. Asuka-dera.
Shikkongo Shin. Todai-ji.
Shitenno. Kanzeon-ji.
Shitenno. Mampuku-ji.
Shitenno. To-ji.
Shitenno. Todai-ji.
Sho Kannon. Kanzeon-ji.
Shonen Kongo. Todai-ji.
Subodai. Kofuku-ji.
12 Godly Generals. To-ji.
Yakushi (head). Kofuku-ji.
Yakushi Triad. To-ji.
Yuima. Kofuku-ji.

Chronological Index

Continental, before 900
Bodhisattva. Pakistan.
Buddha. Pakistan.
Bodhisattva. N. Wei. China.
Buddha Triad. E. Wei. China.
Buddha Triad. Tang. China.
Asuka (552-645)
Shaka Buddha. Asuka-dera.
Hakuho (645-710)
Yakushi (head). Kofuku-ji.
Nara (710-794)
Ashura. Kofuku-ji.
Daibutsu. Todai-ji (Edo-period restoration).
Fukukenjaku Kannon. Todai-ji.
Nikko and Gakko. Todai-ji.
Nio and closeup. Horyu-ji.
Shikkongo Shin. Todai-ji.
Shitenno. Todai-ji.
Subodai. Kofuku-ji.
Early Heian, 794-893
Sculpture Mandala (To-ji), including:
  • Bishamonten and the other Shitenno
  • Brahma and Indra
  • Fudo Myo-o and other Heavenly Kings
  • Dainichi, Amida, and other Buddhas and Bodhisattvas
Late Heian (Fujiwara), 894-1186
Amida Buddha. Byodo-in.
Amida and closeup. Kanzeon-ji.
Bishamonten. Kanzeon-ji.
Celestial Attendant(1). Byodo-in.
Celestial Attendant(2). Byodo-in.
Daikokuten. Kanzeon-ji.
Jizo Bosatsu. Kanzeon-ji.
Juichimen Kannon. Akishiro-dera.
Juichimen Kannon (1069). Kanzeon-ji.
Juichimen Kannon (Ekadasmukha). Tokyo NM.
Kisshoten. Kanzeon-ji.
Kongara Doji. Kongo-ji
Konoku-ten. Joruri-ji.
Rushana Buddha. Kaidan-in.
Sculpture Mandala. To-ji.
Seitaka Doji. Kongo-ji.
Senju Kannon. To-ji.
Shitenno. Kanzeon-ji.
Sho Kannon. Kanzeon-ji.
Shonen Kongo. Todai-ji.
Kamakura (1186-1333)
Aizen Myo-o. Jingo-ji.
Basu Sennin. Sanjusangen-do.
Bato Kannon and closeup. Kanzeon-ji.
Four-Armed Kannon. Komatsu-dera.
Fujin and Raijin. Sanjusangen-do.
Fukukenjaku Kannon. Kanzeon-ji.
Indra and Kinnara. Sanjusangen-do.
Juichimen Kannon(mandorla). Kanzeon-ji.
Juichimen Kannon. Sanjusangen-do.
Miroku. Kofuku-ji.
Nio. Kofuku-ji.
Nio. Sanjusangen-do.
Nio (south gate). Todai-ji
1000 Kannon. Sanjusangen-do.
Ryutoki. Kofuku-ji.
Senju Kannon(1). Myoho-in.
Senju Kannon(2). Myoho-in.
Senju Kannon #40. Sanjusangen-do.
Yuima. Kofuku-ji.
Muromachi (1334-1573)
Bishamonten. Fukuoka.
Momoyama (1574-1614)
Nikko and closeup. To-ji.
Prince Shotoku. Asuka-dera.
12 Godly Generals. To-ji.
Yakushi. To-ji.
Edo (1615-1868)
Hotei. Mampuku-ji.
Shitenno. Mampuku-ji.

Location Index

China
Bodhisattva.
Buddha Triad(1).
Buddha Triad(2).
Pakistan
Bodhisattva.
Buddha.
Akishiro-dera
Juichimen Kannon.
Asuka-dera
Amida Buddha.
Prince Shotoku.
Shaka Buddha.
Byodo-in
Amida Buddha.
Celestial Attendant(1).
Celestial Attendant(2).
Fukuoka
Bishamonten.
Horyu-ji
Nio and closeup.
Jingo-ji
Aizen Myo-o.
Joruri-ji
Konoku-ten.
Kaidan-in
Rushana Buddha.
Kanzeon-ji
Amida + Shitenno.
Amida (closeup).
Bato Kannon, and closeup.
Bishamonten.
Daikokuten.
Fukukenjaku Kannon.
Jizo Bosatsu.
Juichimen Kannon (1069).
Juichimen Kannon (mandorla).
Kisshoten.
Sho Kannon.
Kofuku-ji
Ashura.
Miroku.
Nio.
Ryutoki.
Subodai.
Yakushi (head).
Yuima.
Komatsu-dera
Four-Armed Kannon.
Kongo-ji
Seitaka Doji.
Kongara Doji.
Mampuku-ji
Hotei.
Shitenno.
Myoho-in
Senju Kannon(1).
Senju Kannon(2).
Sanjusangen-do
Basu Sennin.
Fujin and Raijin.
Indra and Kinnara.
Juichimen Kannon.
Nio.
1000 Kannon.
Senju Kannon #40.
To-ji
Nikko and closeup.
Senju Kannon.
Sculpture Mandala, including:
  • Bishamonten and the other Shitenno
  • Brahma and Indra
  • Fudo Myo-o and other Heavenly Kings
  • Dainichi, Amida, and other Buddhas and Bodhisattvas
12 Godly Generals.
Yakushi Triad.
Todai-ji
Daibutsu.
Fukukenjaku Kannon.
Nikko and Gakko.
Nio (heads).
Nio (south gate).
Shikkongo Shin.
Shitenno.
Shonen Kongo.
Tokyo National Museum
Juichimen Kannon (Ekadasmukha).

Sculptor Index

Jocho (d. 1057)
Amida Buddha, Byodo-in.
Koben (son of Unkei)
Ryutoki, Kofuku-ji.
Kokei (d. 1196)
Yuima, Kofuku-ji.
Koen (b. 1207)
Aizen Myo-o, Jingo-ji.
Kaikei (d. after 1223)
Nio, Todai-ji.
Jokei (disciple of Kokei)
Yuima, Kofuku-ji.
Nio, Kofuku-ji.
Unkei (1148-1223)
Nio, Todai-ji.
Miroku, Kofuku-ji.
Tankei (1173-1256)
Senju Kannon, Sanjusangen-do.
Small Kannon, Sanjusangen-do.

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