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Name Donated Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Standing Twelve Heavenly Generals.
Said to have been formerly owned by Joruri-ji, Kyoto. Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Standing Twelve Heavenly Generals.
Said to have been formerly owned by Joruri-ji, Kyoto. Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Standing Amida Nyorai(Amitabha)
By Eisen(1239-?) Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Standing Attendants of Shitenno.
By Koen (1207-?). Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Standing Twelve Heavenly Generals.
Said to have been formerly owned by Joruri-ji, Kyoto. Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Words of prayer by Taira no Yukimasa.
By Sesonji Sadanari Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Seated Aizen Myo-o(Ragaraja).

Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Traditionary identified as Minamoto no Yoritomo.
Said to have been installed at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shirahata-sha, Kanagawa. Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Kokuzo Bosatsu (Akasagarbha).

Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Ichiji Kinrin (Ekaaksarausnisacakra).
Formerly owned by the Hara Family. Kamakura Period
National Treasure
  
Ippen Shonin E-den (biographical stories of the priest Ippen), Vol. 7.
By En'I. Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Detached segment of Murasaki Shikibu Nikki Emaki (illustrated diary of Lady Murasaki).

Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Fast bull.

Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Detached segment of scroll of Thirty-six Immortal Poets, Satake version: Sumiyosi Myojin.

Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Letter.
By Daikyu Shonen (1215-1289). Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Pagoda-shaped reliquary.

Kamakura Period

  
Mirror.

Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Tachi sword.
Known as "Hojo tachi". Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Detached segment of Kegon Gojugo-sho Emaki (illustrated stories about the boy Sudhana's pilgrimage to fifty-four deities and saints).

Kamakura Period
Important Cultural Property
  
Detached segment of Kegon Gojugo-sho Emaki (illustrated stories about the boy Sudhana's pilgrimage to fifty-four deities and saints).

Kamakura Period
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