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List of National Treasures of Japan (sculptures)

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In the mid-6th century, the introduction of Buddhism from Baekje to Japan resulted in a revival of Japanese sculpture. Buddhist monks, artisans and scholars settled around the capital in Yamato Province (present day Nara Prefecture) and passed their techniques to native craftsmen. Consequently, early Japanese sculptures from the Asuka and Hakuhō periods show strong influences of continental art, which initially were characterized by almond-shaped eyes, upward-turned crescent-shaped lips and symmetrically arranged folds in the clothing. The workshop of the Japanese sculptor Tori Busshi, who was strongly influenced by the Northern Wei style, produced works which exemplify such characteristics. The Shakyamuni triad and the Guze Kannon at Hōryū-ji are prime examples. By the late 7th century, wood replaced bronze and copper. By the early Tang Dynasty, greater realism was expressed by fuller forms, long narrow slit eyes, softer facial features, flowing garments and embellishments with ornaments such as bracelets and jewels. Two prominent examples of sculptures of this period are the Shō Kannon at Yakushi-ji and the Yumechigai Kannon at Hōryū-ji.[1][2][3]

During the Nara period, from 710 to 794, the government established and supported workshops called zōbussho, the most prominent of which was located in the capital Nara at Tōdai-ji, which produced Buddhist statuary. Clay, lacquer and wood, in addition to bronze, were used. Stylistically, the sculptures were influenced by the high Tang style, showing fuller body modelling, more natural drapery and a greater sense of movement. Representative examples of Nara period sculpture include the Great Buddha and the Four Heavenly Kings at Tōdai-ji, or the Eight Legions at Kōfuku-ji.[4]

Early Heian period works before the mid-10th century appear heavy compared to Nara period statues, carved from single blocks of wood, and characterised by draperies carved with alternating round and sharply cut folds. Stylistically, they followed high to later Tang style. In the Heian period the zōbussho were replaced with temple-run and independent workshops; wood became the primary medium; and a specific Japanese style emerged. By the mid-10th century, the style was refined presenting a more calm and gentle appearance, with attenuated proportions. Jōchō was the most important sculptor of this time, and he used the yosegi technique, in which several pieces of wood are joined to sculpt a single figure. He was the ancestor of three important schools of Japanese Buddhist statuary: the Enpa, Inpa and Keiha school. The Amida Nyorai at Byōdō-in is the only extant work by Jōchō.[4][5][6] Japanese sculpture experienced a renaissance during the Kamakura period, led by the Kei school. Partially influenced by Song Dynasty China, their sculpture is characterised by realism featuring elaborate top knots, jewelry, and wavy drapery. Although predominantly wooden, bronze was also used as a material for the statues. As a novelty, portrait sculptures of prominent monks were created adjacent to the depiction of Buddhist deities.[7]

The term "National Treasure" has been used in Japan to denote cultural properties since 1897.[8] The definition and the criteria have changed since the inception of the term. These sculptures adhere to the current definition, and have been designated national treasures since the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties came into force on June 9, 1951. The items are selected by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology based on their "especially high historical or artistic value".[9][10] This list presents 126 entries of sculptures, including those from Classical and early Feudal Japan of the 7th-century Asuka period to the 13th-century Kamakura period, although the number of sculptures is higher, because, groups of related sculptures have sometimes been joined to form single entries. The sculptures listed depict Buddhist and Shintō deities or priests venerated as founders of temples. Some of the most ancient sculptures were imported directly from China.[10][11]

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Various materials have been used for the sculptures. Although most are wooden, 11 entries in the list are bronze, 11 are lacquer, 7 are made of clay and 1 entry, the Usuki Stone Buddhas, is a stone sculpture. Typically hinoki, Japanese nutmeg, sandalwood and camphorwood were the woods used for the wooden sculptures. Wooden sculptures were often lacquered or covered with gold-leaf. The smallest statue measures around 10 centimetres (3.9 in), whereas the Great Buddhas of Nara and Kamakura are about 13 metres (43 ft) and 15 metres (49 ft) high. The objects on the list are located in Buddhist temples, or in museums associated with temples. Some items are located in shrines, as well as in secular museums.[10][11][12]

Nara Prefecture is home to the largest number of National Treasure sculptures, with 70 of the 126 entries. Together with the 37 entries located in Kyoto Prefecture, they constitute the bulk of sculptural National Treasures. Hōryū-ji and Kōfuku-ji are the locations with the most entries, at 17 each.

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Prefecture City National Treasures
Fukushima Yugawa 1
Hyōgo Ono 1
Iwate Hiraizumi 1
Kanagawa Kamakura 1
Kyoto Kizugawa 3
Kyōtanabe 1
Kyoto 30
Uji 3
Nara Asuka 1
Ikaruga 18
Nara 46
Sakurai 1
Uda 3
Yoshino 1
Ōita Usuki 1
Osaka Fujiidera 2
Katano 1
Kawachinagano 1
Shiga Ōtsu 3
Takatsuki 1
Tokyo Tokyo 1
Wakayama Hidakagawa 1
Kōya 2
Kudoyama 1
Shingū 1
Age National Treasures
Asuka period 14
Tang Dynasty 3
Nara period 26
Heian period 60[nb 1]
Northern Song 1
Kamakura period 23[nb 1]


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The table's columns (except for Remarks and Pictures) are sortable pressing the arrows symbols. The following gives an overview of what is included in the table and how the sorting works.

  • Name: name as registered in the List of National Treasures
  • Remarks: placement of statues (as a group, separately,...) and artist (if known)
  • Date: period and year; The column entries sort by year. If only a period is known, they sort by the start year of that period.
  • Material and technique: wood/bronze/..., lacquered/colored/...; The column entries sort by the main material (stone/clay/wood/lacquer/bronze).
  • Pose: standing/seated Amida Nyorai/Yakushi Nyorai/...; The column entries sort by the name of the principal image or as "set" in the case of sets of sculptures that don't fall under a common group name.
  • Height: height in cm; The column entries sort by the largest height if an entry is a group of statues.
  • Present location: "building-name temple/museum/shrine-name town-name prefecture-name"; The column entries sort as "prefecture-name town-name temple/museum/shrine-name building-name".
  • Image: picture of the statue or a characteristic statue in a group of statues

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Name Remarks Date Material Pose Height Present location Image
Statues and canopy inside the Golden Hall (Konjiki-dō) (金色堂堂内諸像及天蓋 konjiki-dō dōnai shozō oyobi tengai?)[13] 32 statues in the three altars and another seated Amida Nyorai with fragments of a wooden halo-pedestal. The three canopies of the altars are part of the nomination. 1124Heian period, around 1124–1187 woodJoined wood-block sculpture (Hinoki wood for the Amida, katsura for the Jizō and Nitennō); lacquer with gold leaf embossing amida nyoraiThree seated Amida Nyorai, three sets of Amida attendants (Kannon and Seishi), three sets of Nitennō, 18 Jizō Bosatsu 007850–78 cm (20–31 in) Iwate Hiraizumi Chusonji KonjikidoKonjikidō (金色堂?), Chūson-ji, Hiraizumi, Iwate
Yakushi Nyorai and two attendants (木造薬師如来及両脇侍像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai oyobi ryōkyōjizō?)[14][15]
0806Heian period, c. 806–810 woodZelkova wood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai (healing Buddha) flanked by standing Nikkō Bosatsu and Gakkō Bosatsu (Bodhisattvas of sun and moon light) 0173.9141,8 cm (55.8 in) (Yakushi), 169,4 cm (66.7 in), 173,9 cm (68.5 in) Fukushima Yugawa ShojojiShōjō-ji (勝常寺?), Yugawa, Fukushima
Fugen Bosatsu (Samantabhadra) on an elephant (木造普賢菩薩騎象像 mokuzō fugen bosatsu kizōzō?)[16][17]
1100Heian period, first half of 12th century woodColored wood and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood fugen bosatsuSeated statue of Fugen Bosatsu on elephant 0140140 cm (55 in) (whole sculpture), 55,2 cm (21.7 in) (statue) Tokyo Tokyo Okura Shukokan Museum of Fine ArtsŌkura Shūkokan Museum of Fine Arts (大倉集古館?), Tokyo 150px
Great Buddha (銅造阿弥陀如来坐像 dōzō amida nyoraizō?) Outdoor statue cast by Hisatomo Tanji and Gorōemon Ohno. The second largest statue in the list. 1252Kamakura period, 1252 bronze Bronze cast, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiSeated Amida Nyorai 133513,35 m (43.8 ft), 93 t (92 LT; 103 ST) Kanagawa Kamakura KotokuinKōtoku-in, Kamakura, Kanagawa 150px
Eleven-faced Goddess of Mercy (木造十一面観音立像 mokuzō jūichimenkannon ryūzō?)[18][16]
0850Heian period, mid-9th century woodColored wood juichimen kannonStanding Jūichimen Kannon 0177.3177,3 cm (69.8 in) Shiga Takatsuki KogenjiKōgen-ji (向源寺?) (Dōgan-ji Kannond Hall (渡岸寺観音堂?), Takatsuki, Shiga
Shinra Myōjin (木造新羅明神坐像 mokuzō shinra myōjin zazō?)[19] Statue of Mii-dera's guardian deity 1000Heian period, 11th century woodColored wood and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood shinra myojinSeated Shinra Myōjin (新羅明神?) 007878 cm (31 in) Shiga Otsu Miidera Shinra Zenshin HallShinra Zenshin Hall (新羅善神堂 shinra zenshindō?), Mii-dera, Ōtsu, Shiga
Chishō Daishi (Enchin) (木造智証大師坐像 mokuzō chishō daishi zazō?) or Okotsu Daishi (御骨大師?)[20]
0800Heian period, 9th century woodColored wood chishō daishiSeated Chishō Daishi (Enchin) 0086.386,3 cm (34.0 in) Shiga Otsu Miidera Toin Daishi HallTō-in Daishi Hall (唐院大師堂 tōin daishidō?), Mii-dera, Ōtsu, Shiga
Chishō Daishi (Enchin) (木造智証大師坐像 mokuzō chishō daishi zazō?) or Chūson Daishi (中尊大師?)[21]
0900Heian period, 10th century woodColored wood chishō daishiSeated Chishō Daishi (Enchin) 0084.384,3 cm (33.2 in) Shiga Otsu Miidera Toin Daishi HallTō-in Daishi Hall (唐院大師堂 tōin daishidō?), Mii-dera, Ōtsu, Shiga
Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) (銅造釈迦如来坐像 dōzō shaka nyorai zazō?)[18][22]
0700Asuka period, beginning of 8th century bronzeGilt bronze shaka nyoraiSeated Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) 0240.3240,3 cm (94.6 in) Kyoto Kizugawa Kanimanji HondoHon-dō, Kaniman-ji (蟹満寺?), Kizugawa, Kyoto
Eleven-faced Goddess of Mercy (木心乾漆十一面観音立像 mokushin kanshitsu jūichimenkannon ryūzō?)[23]
0750Nara period, second half of 8th century woodWood-core dry lacquer (木心乾漆 (mokushin kanshitsu?)), gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) Juichimen KannonStanding Jūichimen Kannon 0172.7172,7 cm (68.0 in) Kyoto Kyotanabe Kannonji HondoHon-dō, Kannon-ji (観音寺?), Kyōtanabe, Kyoto
Fūjin and Raijin (木造〈風神/雷神〉像 mokuzō Fūjin-Raijin zō?) or Wind God and Thunder God[18][24]
1250Kamakura period, mid-13th century woodColored wood and crystal eyes setStanding Fūjin and standing Raijin 0111.5111,5 cm (43.9 in) (Fūjin) and 100,0 cm (39.4 in) (Raijin) Kyoto Kyoto Myohoin SanjusangendoSanjūsangen-dō, Myōhō-in (妙法院?), Kyoto, Kyoto 150px

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Bonten (木造梵天坐像 mokuzō bonten zazō?)[25] and Taishakuten in half-lotus position (帝釈天半跏像 taishakuten hankazō?)
0839Heian period, 839 woodColored wood (faded) setSeated Bonten on a lotus pedestal carried by four geese and Taishakuten seated on an elephant in half-lotus position 0110101,1 cm (39.8 in) (Bonten) and 110 cm (43 in) Kyoto Kyoto Toji KodoLecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?), Tō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Amida Nyorai and two sitting attendants (木造阿弥陀如来及両脇侍坐像 mokuzō amida nyorai oyobi ryōwakiji zazō?)[26]
1148Heian period, 1148 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiSitting Amida Nyorai and two sitting attendants (Kannon and Seishi) 0244233,0 cm (91.7 in) (Amida), 131,8 cm (51.9 in) (Kannon) and 130,9 cm (51.5 in) (Seishi) Kyoto Kyoto Sanzenin Ojo GokurakuinŌjō Gokuraku-in Amida Hall (往生極楽院 ōjō gokurakuin amidadō?), Sanzen-in (三千院?), Kyoto, Kyoto
Amida Nyorai and two sitting attendants (木造阿弥陀如来及両脇侍坐像 mokuzō amida nyorai oyobi ryōwakiji zazō?)[27] Former principal image of Seika-ji (棲霞寺?) 0896Heian period, 896 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiSitting Amida Nyorai and two sitting attendants (Kannon and Seishi) 0172.2172,2 cm (67.8 in) (Amida), 165,7 cm (65.2 in) (Kannon) and 168,2 cm (66.2 in) (Seishi) Kyoto Kyoto SeiryojiSeiryō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Amida Nyorai and two attendants (木造阿弥陀如来及両脇侍像 mokuzō amida nyorai oyobi ryōwakijizō?)[28] Originally enshrined in the kon-dō 0888Heian period, 888 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiSitting Amida Nyorai and two standing attendants (Kannon and Seishi) 0123.488,6 cm (34.9 in) (Amida), 123,4 cm (48.6 in) (Kannon) and 123,3 cm (48.5 in) (Seishi) Kyoto Kyoto Ninnaji ReihokanTreasure Hall (霊宝館 reihōkan?), Ninna-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Amida Nyorai (木造阿弥陀如来坐像 mokuzō amida nyorai zazō?)[29]
1099Heian period, end of 11th century woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiSitting Amida Nyorai 0280.0280,0 cm (110.2 in) Kyoto Kyoto Hokaiji Amida HallAmida Hall (阿弥陀堂 amidadō?), Hōkai-ji (法界寺?), Kyoto, Kyoto
Amida Nyorai (木造阿弥陀如来坐像 mokuzō amida nyorai zazō?)[30]
0840Heian period, 840 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiSitting Amida Nyorai 0263.6263,6 cm (103.8 in) Kyoto Kyoto Koryuji Lecture HallLecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?), Kōryū-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Nine Amida Nyorai (木造阿弥陀如来坐像 mokuzō amida nyorai zazō?)[31] Nine statues representing the nine stages of nirvana 1100Heian period, around 1100 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiOne central sitting Amida Nyorai flanked by four sitting Amida Nyorai on both sides 0224.2224,2 cm (88.3 in) (central), 138,8–145,4 cm (54,6–57,2 in) (others) Kyoto Kizugawa Joruriji HondoHon-dō, Jōruri-ji (浄瑠璃寺?), Kizugawa, Kyoto
Amida Nyorai (木造阿弥陀如来坐像 mokuzō amida nyorai zazō?)[32] The principal image in the Phoenix Hall of Byōdō-in and only extant work by Jōchō 1053Heian period, 1053 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiSitting Amida Nyorai 0283.9283,9 cm (111.8 in) Kyoto Uji Byodoin Phoenix HallPhoenix Hall (鳳凰堂 hōō-dō?), Byōdō-in, Uji, Kyoto 150px
Bosatsu on clouds (木造雲中供養菩薩像 mokuzō unchū kuyō bosatsuzō?)[33] Thought to accompany departed believers to Amida's Pure Land.[34] 1053Heian period, 1053 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)), colored, partially cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood bosatsu52 Bosatsu on clouds attached to the wall 0087.040,0–87,0 cm (15,7–34,3 in) Kyoto Uji Byodoin Phoenix HallPhoenix Hall (鳳凰堂 hōō-dō?), Byōdō-in, Uji, Kyoto 150px
Tobatsu Bishamonten (木造兜跋毘沙門天立像 mokuzō tobatsu bishamonten ryūzō?)[12][35] Formerly enshrined in the Bishamon Hall (毘沙門堂 bishamon-dō?) 0800Tang Dynasty, 9th century woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)), colored, nerimono (練物?) bishamontenStanding Bishamonten 0189.4189,4 cm (74.6 in) Kyoto Kyoto Toji Treasure HallTreasure Hall (霊宝館 reihōkan?), Tō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Five Great Kokūzō Bosatsu (Akasagarbha) (木造五大虚空蔵菩薩坐像 mokuzō godai kokūzō bosatsu zazō?)[12][36] Five almost identical Great Kokūzō Bosatsu are enshrined in the two-storied pagoda. 0800Heian period, 9th century woodColored wood kokuzo bosatsuFive sitting Kokūzō Bosatsu (Akasagarbha) 0099.194,2–99,1 cm (37,1–39,0 in) Kyoto Kyoto Jingoji TahotoTahōtō , Jingo-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto 150px
Five Great Bosatsu (木造五大菩薩坐像 mokuzō godai bosatsu zazō?)[18] The central figure is excluded from the nomination being a later work. 0839Heian period, 839 woodWood bosatsuFour seated Bosatsu 0096.496,4 cm (38.0 in) Kyoto Kyoto Toji Lecture HallLecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?), Tō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto 150px
Five Wisdom Kings (木造五大明王像 mokuzō godai myōōzō?)[18][37]
0839Heian period, 839 woodColored wood five wisdom kingsFive Wisdom Kings: sitting Acala, standing Trilokavijaya, Kundali and Vajrayaksa, Yamantaka riding a bull 0201.0173,0 cm (68.1 in) (Acala), 174,0 cm (68.5 in) (Trilokavijaya), 201,0 cm (79.1 in) (Kundali), 143,0 cm (56.3 in) (Yamantaka), 172,0 cm (67.7 in) (Vajrayaksa) Kyoto Kyoto Toji Lecture HallLecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?), Tō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Kōbō Daishi (Kūkai) (木造弘法大師坐像 mokuzō Kōbō Daishi zazō?) By Kōshō (康勝?) 1233Kamakura period, 1233 woodColored wood, crystal eyes kobo daishiSeated Kōbō Daishi (Kūkai) 0069.069,0 cm (27.2 in) Kyoto Kyoto Toji Miei HallMiei Hall (御影堂 mieidō?), Tō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Four Heavenly Kings (木造四天王立像 mokuzō shitennō ryūzō?)[38]
1100late Heian period, 11th–12th century woodColored wood and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0169.7169,7 cm (66.8 in) (Jikoku-ten), 169,7 cm (66.8 in) (Zōjō-ten), 168,8 cm (66.5 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 167,0 cm (65.7 in) (Tamon-ten) Kyoto Kizugawa JorurijiJōruri-ji (浄瑠璃寺?), Kizugawa, Kyoto
Four Heavenly Kings (木造四天王立像 mokuzō shitennō ryūzō?)[12]
0839Heian period, 839 woodWood four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0197.9183,0 cm (72.0 in) (Jikoku-ten), 184,2 cm (72.5 in) (Zōjō-ten), 171,8 cm (67.6 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 197,9 cm (77.9 in) (Tamon-ten) Kyoto Kyoto Toji Lecture HallLecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?), Tō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) (木造釈迦如来立像 mokuzō shaka nyorai ryūzō?) and objects found within the statue[12][39] Copy of lost Udayana Buddha by the Chinese sculptors and brothers Zhāng Yánjiǎo and Zhāng Yánxí. Brought to Japan from China in 986 by the monk Chōnen (奝然?). Includes a model of the internal organs, made of silk and other materials, a paper with the seal of Chōnen and other items. Inscription of repair dated 1218 0985Northern Song, 985 woodWood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?), cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood shaka nyoraiStanding Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) 0160.0 cm160,0 cm (63.0 in) Kyoto Kyoto Seiryoji HondoHon-dō, Seiryō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Eleven-faced Goddess of Mercy (木造十一面観音立像 mokuzō jūichimenkannon ryūzō?)
0951Heian period, 951 woodWood juichimen kannonStanding Jūichimen Kannon 0258.0258,0 cm (101.6 in) Kyoto Kyoto Rokuharamitsuji HondoHon-dō, Rokuharamitsu-ji (六波羅蜜寺?), Kyoto, Kyoto
Twelve Heavenly Generals (木造十二神将立像 mokuzō jūni shinshō ryūzō?)[12][40] By Chōsei (長勢?) 1064Heian period, 1064 woodColored wood twelve heavenly generalsStanding Twelve Heavenly Generals 0123.0123,0 cm (48.4 in) (Kumbhira), 115,1 cm (45.3 in) (Andira) Kyoto Kyoto Koryuji Treasure HouseTreasure House (霊宝殿 reihōden?), Kōryū-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Thousand-armed Kannon (木造千手観音坐像 mokuzō senjū kannon zazō?)[12][41] The principal image of Sanjūsangen-dō. By Tankei. 1251Kamakura period, 1251–1254 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)), crystal eyes thousand armed kannonSeated Thousand-armed Kannon 0334.8334,8 cm (131.8 in) Kyoto Kyoto Myohoin SanjusangendoSanjūsangen-dō, Myōhō-in (妙法院?), Kyoto, Kyoto Thousand-armed Kannon, .
Thousand-armed Kannon (木造千手観音立像 mokuzō senjū kannon ryūzō?)[12][18][42]
0934Heian period, around 934 woodColored wood (faded) thousand armed kannonStanding Thousand-armed Kannon 0109.7109,7 cm (43.2 in) Kyoto Kyoto HosshojiHosshō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Thousand-armed Kannon (木造千手観音立像 mokuzō senjū kannon ryūzō?)[12][43]
0794Heian period, before 873 woodColored wood (faded) thousand armed kannonStanding Thousand-armed Kannon 0266.0266,0 cm (104.7 in) Kyoto Kyoto Koryuji Lecture HallLecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?), Kōryū-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Hachiman in the guise of a seated monk (木造僧形八幡神坐像 mokuzō sōgyō hachimanjin zazō?) and two Goddesses (木造女神坐像 mokuzō joshin zazō?)[44]
0800Heian period, 9th century woodhinoki wood-core dry lacquer (木心乾漆 (mokushin kanshitsu?)), painted or gilded hachimanSeated Hachiman and two seated attendant goddesses 0110.0c. 110 cm (43 in) each Kyoto Kyoto TojiTō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Canopy (木造天蓋 mokuzō tengai?)
1053Heian period, 1053 woodWood nan/a ???
Kyoto Uji Byodoin Phoenix HallPhoenix Hall (鳳凰堂 hōō-dō?), Byōdō-in, Uji, Kyoto
Twenty eight attendants (木造二十八部衆立像 mokuzō nijūhachi bushū ryūzō?)[12][45]
1250Kamakura period, mid 13th century woodColored wood (faded) and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood, crystal eyes twenty eight attendantsStanding 28 attendants of the Thousand-armed Kannon (千手観音 senjū kannon?). 0169.7153,6–169,7 cm (60,5–66,8 in) Kyoto Kyoto Myohoin SanjusangendoSanjūsangen-dō, Myōhō-in (妙法院?), Kyoto, Kyoto 150px
Bishamonten, Kichijōten, Zennishi Dōji (木造毘沙門天及〈吉祥天/善膩師童子〉立像〉 mokuzō bishamonten kichijōten zennishi dōji ryūzō?)[12][18][46]
1127Heian period, 1127 woodWood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) bishamontenBishamonten accompanied by his wife Kichijōten and her son Zennishi Dōji (all standing) 0175.7175,7 cm (69.2 in) (Bishamonten) Kyoto Kyoto Kuramadera HondoHon-dō, Kurama-dera (鞍馬寺?), Kyoto, Kyoto
Fukū Kensaku Kannon (木造不空羂索観音立像 mokuzō fukū kensaku kannon ryūzō?)[47] Formerly enshrined in the Lecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?) 0800Heian period, around 800 woodColored wood (faded) fuku kensaku kannonStanding Fukū Kensaku Kannon 0313.6313,6 cm (123.5 in) Kyoto Kyoto Koryuji Treasure HouseTreasure House (霊宝殿?) reihōden}}, Kōryū-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto 150px
Fudō Myōō (Acala) (木造不動明王坐像 mokuzō fudō myōō zazō?) and Canopy (木造天蓋 mokuzō tengai?)[18]
0850Heian period, second half of 9th century woodWood fudo myooSeated Acala and canopy 0123.0123,0 cm (48.4 in) Kyoto Kyoto Toji Miei HallMiei Hall (御影堂 miei-dō?), Tō-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Bodhisattva in half-lotus position (木造菩薩半跏像 mokuzō bosatsu hankazō?) or Nyoirin Kannon (如意輪観音?)[48][49]
0859Heian period, 9th century, Jōgan era woodWood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) nyoirin kannonNyoirin Kannon in half-lotus position 0088.288,2 cm (34.7 in) Kyoto Kyoto Gantokuji HondoHon-dō, Gantoku-ji (願徳寺?), Kyoto, Kyoto
Miroku Bosatsu in half-lotus position (木造弥勒菩薩半跏像 mokuzō miroku bosatsu hankazō?) or hōkan miroku (宝冠弥勒?)[50] Possibly imported to Japan from Korea. One of the oldest items in the list. 0600Asuka period, 7th century woodJapanese Red Pine wood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) miroku bosatsuMiroku Bosatsu in half-lotus position 0084.284,2 cm (33.1 in) Kyoto Kyoto Koryuji Treasure HouseTreasure House (霊宝殿 reihōden?), Kōryū-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto 150px
Miroku Bosatsu in half-lotus position (木造弥勒菩薩半跏像 mokuzō miroku bosatsu hankazō?) or Weeping Miroku (泣き弥勒 naki miroku?)[51] Possibly made in Japan 0700Asuka period, around 700 woodCamphorwood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) miroku bosatsuMiroku Bosatsu in half-lotus position 0066.466,4 cm (26.1 in) Kyoto Kyoto Koryuji Treasure HouseTreasure House (霊宝殿 reihōden?), Kōryū-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Yakushi Nyorai and two attendants (木造薬師如来及両脇侍像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai oyobi ryōkyōjizō?)[52]>[16] Formerly enshrined in the Yakushi Hall (薬師堂?) 0913Heian period, 913 woodHinoki wood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai (healing Buddha) and two standing attendants: Nikkō Bosatsu and Gakkō Bosatsu (Bodhisattvas of sun and moon light) 0176.5176,5 cm (69.5 in) (Yakushi) Kyoto Kyoto Daigoji Treasure HouseTreasure House (霊宝館 reihōkan?), Daigo-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Yakushi Nyorai (木造薬師如来坐像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai zazō?)[12][53] By Ensei (円勢?) and Chōen (長円?). Halo with Seven Buddhas of healing (七仏薬師 shichibutsu yakushi?), Nikkō Bosatsu and Gakkō Bosatsu. Pedestal with Twelve Heavenly Generals (十二神将 jūni shinshō?) 1103Heian period, 1103 woodSandalwood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?), cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai 0010.710,7 cm (4.2 in) Kyoto Kyoto Ninnaji ReimeidenReimeiden (霊明殿?), Ninna-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Yakushi Nyorai (木造薬師如来立像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai ryūzō?)[54] Principal image of Jingo-ji's predecessor temple Jingan-ji (神願寺?) 0799Heian period, end of 8th century woodWood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) yakushi nyoraiStanding Yakushi Nyorai 0169.7169,7 cm (66.8 in) Kyoto Kyoto Jingoji KondoKon-dō , Jingo-ji, Kyoto, Kyoto
Thousand-armed Kannon (乾漆千手観音坐像 kanshitsu senjū kannon zazō?)[55] The statue has a total of 1041 arms: 2 main arms with the hand palms facing each other in front of the statue, 38 large and 1001 small arms extending from behind the body. 0750Nara period, middle of 8th century lacquerDry lacquer (乾漆 kanshitsu?), Gold leaf over lacquer (漆箔 shippaku?) thousand armed kannonSeated Thousand-armed Kannon 0131.3131,3 cm (51.7 in) Osaka Fujiidera Fujiidera HondoHon-dō , Fujii-dera (葛井寺?), Fujiidera, Osaka
Eleven-faced Goddess of Mercy (木造十一面観音立像 mokuzō jūichimenkannon ryūzō?)[56]
0801Heian period, beginning of 9th century woodWood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) juichimen kannonStanding Jūichimen Kannon 0099.499,4 cm (39.1 in) Osaka Fujiidera Domyoji HondoHon-dō , Dōmyō-ji (道明寺?), Fujiidera, Osaka 150px
Nyoirin Kannon (木造如意輪観音坐像 mokuzō nyoirin kannon zazō?)[57] One of three masterpiece images of Nyoirin Kannon called San Nyoirin (三如意輪).[58] 0840Heian period, around 840 woodColored wood nyoirin kannonSeated Nyoirin Kannon with one knee pulled up 0108.8108,8 cm (42.8 in) Osaka Kawachinagano Kanshinji KondoKon-dō , Kanshin-ji (観心寺?), Kawachinagano, Osaka 150px
Yakushi Nyorai (木造薬師如来坐像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai zazō?)[59]
0900Heian period, around 900 woodWood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai 0092.992,9 cm (36.6 in) Osaka Katano Shishikutsuji HondoHon-dō , Shishikutsu-ji (獅子窟寺?), Katano, Osaka
Amida Nyorai and two standing attendants (木造阿弥陀如来及両脇侍立像 mokuzō amida nyorai oyobi ryōwakiji ryūzō?)[60] The wooden core of the statues was covered with lacquer on which gold foil was pressed. 1195Kamakura period, 1195 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) amida nyoraiStanding Amida Nyorai and two standing attendants 0530.0530,0 cm (208.7 in) (Amida), 371,0 cm (146.1 in) (each attendant) Hyogo Ono JodojiHon-dō (Amida Hall (阿弥陀堂?) or Jōdo-dō (浄土堂?)) , Jōdo-ji, Ono, Hyōgo 150px
Bonten (乾漆梵天立像 kanshitsu bonten ryūzō?) and Taishakuten (乾漆帝釈天立像 kanshitsu taishakuten ryūzō?)[12][61]
0710Nara period, 8th century lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), colored setStanding Bonten and standing Taishakuten 0403.0403,0 cm (158.7 in) (Bonten), 378,8 cm (149.1 in) (Taishakuten) Nara Nara Todaiji HokkedoHokke-dō (法華堂?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Priest Ganjin (Jianzhen) (乾漆鑑真和上坐像 kanshitsu ganjin wajō zazō?)
0710Nara period, 8th century lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), colored ganjinSeated Ganjin 0080.180,1 cm (31.5 in) Nara Nara Toshodaiji Founders HallFounder's Hall (開山堂 kaisan-dō?) , Tōshōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Kongōrikishi (Niō) (乾漆金剛力士立像 kanshitsu kongōrikishi ryūzō?)[62] Niō in armour. There is another pair of Kongōrikishi (National Treasure) in Nandaimon (南大門?), Tōdai-ji. 0710Nara period, 8th century lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), colored, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) nioStanding pair of Niō: Agyō (阿形?) and Ungyō (吽形?) 0326.3326,3 cm (128.5 in) (Agyō) and 306,0 cm (120.5 in) (Ungyō) Nara Nara Todaiji Hokkedohokke-dō (法華堂?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Priest Gyōshin (乾漆行信僧都坐像 kanshitsu gyōshin sōzu zazō?) Statue of the founder of the Hall of Dreams (夢殿 yumedono?) 0750Nara period, second half of 8th century lacquerDry lacquer (乾漆 kanshitsu?) gyoshinSeated Gyōshin 0089.789,7 cm (35.3 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Hall of DreamsHall of Dreams (夢殿 yumedono?) , Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Four Heavenly Kings (乾漆四天王立像 kanshitsu shitennō ryūzō?)[63]
0710Nara period, 8th century lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), colored four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0315.1308,5 cm (121.5 in) (Jikoku-ten), 300,0 cm (118.1 in) (Zōjō-ten), 315,1 cm (124.1 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 312,1 cm (122.9 in) (Tamon-ten) Nara Nara Todaiji HokkedoHokke-dō (法華堂?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
The ten principal disciples (乾漆十大弟子立像 kanshitsu jū daideshi ryūzō?)[64] Four statues of the group of 10 are lost. Originally enshrined in the Western Golden Hall (西金堂?) surrounding the principal Shaka Nyorai image there 0734Nara period, 734 lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), colored ten principal disciplesStanding six of The ten principal disciples: Furuna, Mokuren, Sharihotsu, Kasennen, Ragora, Shubodai 0154.8148,8 cm (58.6 in) (Furuna), 149,1 cm (58.7 in) (Mokuren), 154,8 cm (60.9 in) (Sharihotsu), 146,0 cm (57.5 in) (Kasennen), 148,8 cm (58.6 in) (Ragora), 147,6 cm (58.1 in) (Shubodai) Nara Nara KofukujiKōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
The eight legions (乾漆八部衆立像(内一躯下半身欠失) kanshitsu hachibushū ryūzō?)[65] Of one figure, Gobujō, only the upper part of the body remains. The Ashura of this group is among the most famous sculptures in Japan. 0734Nara period, 734 lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), colored eight legionsStanding Eight Legions: Ashura, Gobujō (五部浄?), Kinnara, Sakara/Shakara (沙羯羅?), Hibakara (畢婆迦羅?), Kubanda (鳩槃荼?), Kendatsuba, Garuda 0160.3153,0 cm (60.2 in) (Ashura), 48,8 cm (19.2 in) (fragments of Gobujō), 149,1 cm (58.7 in) (Kinnara), 153,6 cm (60.5 in) (Shakara), 156,0 cm (61.4 in) (Hibakara), 151,2 cm (59.5 in) (Kubanda), 160,3 cm (63.1 in) (Kendatsuba), 149,7 cm (58.9 in) (Garuda) Nara Nara KofukujiKōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Fukū Kensaku Kannon (乾漆不空羂索観音立像 kanshitsu fukū kensaku kannon ryūzō?)[66]
0710Nara period, 8th century lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) fuku kensaku kannonStanding Fukū Kensaku Kannon 0362.1362,1 cm (142.6 in) Nara Nara Todaiji Hokkedohokke-dō (法華堂?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Yakushi Nyorai (乾漆薬師如来坐像 kanshitsu yakushi nyorai zazō?)[67] Principal image of the West Octagonal Hall (西円堂, saien-dō?). One of three National Treasure Yakushi Nyorai at Hōryū-ji. The others are located in the Kon-dō and in the Large Lecture Hall (大講堂, daikō-dō?). 0710Nara period, 8th century lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai (healing Buddha) 0244.5244,5 cm (96.3 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji West Octagonal HallWest Octagonal Hall (西円堂, saien-dō?) , Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Rushana Buddha (乾漆盧舎那仏坐像 rushanabutsu zazō?)[68]
0710Nara period, 8th century lacquerHollow dry lacquer (脱活乾漆造 dakkatsu kanshitsu zukuri?), gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) rushana buddhaSeated Rushana Buddha 0304.5304,5 cm (119.9 in) Nara Nara Toshodaiji KondoKon-dō , Tōshōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Nikkō Bosatsu (塑造日光仏立像 sozō nikkō butsu ryūzō?) and Gakkō Bosatsu (塑造月光仏立像 sozō gakkō butsu ryūzō?)[69]
0710Nara period, 8th century clayColored clay, cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on clay setStanding Nikkō Bosatsu and Gakkō Bosatsu (Bodhisattvas of sun and moon light) 0206.8206,3 cm (81.2 in) (Nikkō), 206,8 cm (81.4 in) (Gakkō) Nara Nara Todaiji HokkedoHokke-dō (法華堂?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Four Heavenly Kings (塑造四天王立像 sozō shitennō ryūzō?)[70]
0710Nara period, 8th century clayColored clay four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0165.4160,6 cm (63.2 in) (Jikoku-ten), 165,4 cm (65.1 in) (Zōjō-ten), 162,7 cm (64.1 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 164,5 cm (64.8 in) (Tamon-ten) Nara Nara Todaiji Kaidan HallKaidan Hall (戒壇堂 kaidan-dō?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Shukongōshin (塑造執金剛神立像 sozō shukongōshin ryūzō?)[12][71] Mentioned in the Nihon Ryōiki as the statue which aided the priest Rōben 0750Nara period, mid 8th century clayColored clay shukongoshinStanding Shukongōshin 0173.9173,9 cm (68.5 in) Nara Nara Todaiji HokkedoHokke-dō (法華堂?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Twelve Heavenly Generals (塑造十二神将立像 sozō jūni shinshō ryūzō?)[12][72][nb 2] Statues are placed in a circle surrounding Yakushi Nyorai. Oldest extant sculptures of the Twelve Heavenly Generals. One statue, Haira (波夷羅?), dated 1931 is excluded from the nomination. Each of the twelve statues' heads is adorned with one of the twelve animals of the zodiac.[73] 0729Nara period, 729–749 clayColored clay twelve heavenly generalsStanding eleven of the Twelve Heavenly Generals: Bazara (伐折羅?), Anira (頞儞羅?), Bigyara (毘羯羅?), Makora (摩虎羅?), Kubira (宮毘羅?), Shōtora (招杜羅?), Shintara (真達羅?), Santera (珊底羅?), Meikira (迷企羅?), Antera (安底羅?), Indara (因達羅?) 0170.1162,9 cm (64.1 in) (Bazara), 154,2 cm (60.7 in) (Anira), 162,1 cm (63.8 in) (Bigyara), 170,1 cm (67.0 in) (Makora), 165,1 cm (65.0 in) (Kubira), 167,6 cm (66.0 in) (Shōtora), 165,5 cm (65.2 in) (Shintara), 161,8 cm (63.7 in) (Santera), 159,5 cm (62.8 in) (Meikira), 153,6 cm (60.5 in) (Antera), 155,2 cm (61.1 in) (Indara) Nara Nara Shin Yakushiji HondoHon-dō , Shin-Yakushi-ji, Nara, Nara
Four sculpted scenes in the pagoda (塑造塔本四面具 sozō tōhon shimengu?)[18][74] Four groups in the cardinal directions depicting scenes from the life of Buddha 0711Nara period, 711 clayColored clay, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) setTotal of 78 statues and two other objects: Miroku Bosatsu leaning against an elephant (S); seated Yuimakoji, seated Monju Bosatsu and 14 attendants (E); Dying Buddha (涅槃釈迦 nehan shaka?) (Shaka Nyorai) and 31 attendants (N); Gold coffin, reliquary and 29 attendants (W) 0098.081,0 cm (31.9 in) (Miroku Bosatsu), 98,0 cm (38.6 in) (Shaka Nyorai), 45,2 cm (17.8 in) (Yuimakoji), 52,4 cm (20.6 in) (Monju Bosatsu), 25,6 cm (10.1 in) (gold coffin), 37,3 cm (14.7 in) (reliquary) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Five storied pagodaFive-storied pagoda (五重塔 gojūnotō?) , Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Priest Dōsen (塑造道詮律師坐像 sozō dōsen risshi zazō?)[18]
0873Heian period, around 873 clayColored clay dosenSeated Dōsen 0088.288,2 cm (34.7 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Hall of DreamsHall of Dreams (夢殿 yumedono?) , Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Miroku Bosatsu (塑造弥勒仏坐像 sozō miroku butsu zazō?)[18][75] Oldest extant Miroku Bosatsu statue in Japan 0650Asuka period, second half of 7th century clayClay, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) miroku bosatsuSeated Miroku Bosatsu 0219.7219,7 cm (86.5 in) Nara Nara Taimadera KondoKon-dō , Taima-dera, Nara, Nara
Amida Nyorai and two attendants (銅造阿弥陀如来及両脇侍像 dōzō amida nyorai oyobi ryōwakijizō?) and miniature shrine (木造厨子 mokuzō zushi?)[12][18][76] Buddhist image for personal daily worship (nenjibutsu (念持仏?)), dedicated by Lady Tachibana (橘夫人 tachibana fujin?) 0699Asuka period, end of 7th century bronzeGilded bronze, yuga (油画) oil painting on wood for the shrine amida nyoraiSeated Amida Nyorai and two standing attendants (Kannon and Seishi) 0033.333,3 cm (13.1 in) (Amida), 27,0 cm (10.6 in) (each attendant) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Treasure HouseTreasure House (大宝蔵殿 daihōzōden?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Kannon (銅造観音菩薩立像 dōzō kannon bosatsu ryūzō?) or Shō Kannon (聖観音?)[77][18][78] Influenced by Indian sculpture of the Gupta period 0700Asuka period, early 8th century bronzeGilded bronze kannonStanding Kannon 0188.9188,9 cm (74.4 in) Nara Nara Yakushiji ToindoTōin-dō (東院堂?) , Yakushi-ji, Nara, Nara
Kannon (銅造観音菩薩立像 dōzō kannon bosatsu ryūzō?) or Yumechigai Kannon (夢違観音?)[79][18] Its common name derives from the belief that the statue could change bad dreams into good dreams. Formerly the principal statue of the Tōin eden (東院絵殿?). One of four National Treasure standing Kannon Bosatsu statues at Hōryū-ji. Two more are also in the Great Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?), while the third Kannon Bosatsu is enshrined in the Hall of Dreams (夢殿 yumedono?). 0700Asuka period, around 700 bronzeGilded bronze kannonStanding Kannon 0087.087,0 cm (34.3 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Great Treasure GalleryGreat Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara 150px
Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) and two attendants (銅造釈迦如来及両脇侍像 dōzō shaka nyorai oyobi ryōwakijizō?)[18][80] By Tori Busshi. One of the most treasured pieces of early Japanese bronze sculpture. It is said to be modelled after Prince Shōtoku.[1] 0623Asuka period, 623 bronzeGilded bronze shaka nyoraiSeated Shaka Nyorai and two standing attendants 0092.486,4 cm (34.0 in) (Shaka), 90,7 cm (35.7 in) (left att.), 92,4 cm (36.4 in) (right att.) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji KondoKon-dō, Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara 150px
Shaka at birth (銅造誕生釈迦仏立像 dōzō tanjō shaka butsu ryūzō?) and ablution basin (銅造灌仏盤 dōzō kanbutsuban?)[18][81]
0750Nara period, second half of 8th century bronzeGilded bronze shaka at birthStanding Shaka at birth in ablution basin 0047.547,5 cm (18.7 in) (Shaka), diameter of bowl: 89,4 cm (35.2 in) Nara Nara Todaiji KokeidoKōkei-dō (公慶堂?) , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Buddha head (Buttō) (銅造仏頭 dōzō buttō?)[82] Former principal image in the Lecture Hall (講堂 kō-dō?) of Yamada-dera (山田寺?) 0668Asuka period, 668 bronzeGilded bronze buttoButtō 0098.398,3 cm (38.7 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji National Treasure HouseNational Treasure House (国宝館 kokuhōkan?) , Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Yakushi Nyorai and two attendants (銅造薬師如来及両脇侍像 dōzō yakushi nyorai oyobi ryōkyōjizō?)[77][18][83] Yakushi Nyorai is placed on a 150 cm (59 in) high pedestal combining elements of different cultures of the world: grape-vine (Greek), lotus flower pattern (Mideast), crouching barbarians (India), dragon, tiger and tortoise (China). Unusually, the Yakushi does not carry a medicine pot in his hand.[77] 0718Nara period, around 718 bronzeGilded bronze yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai (healing Buddha) and two standing attendants: Nikkō Bosatsu and Gakkō Bosatsu (Bodhisattvas of sun and moon light) 0317.3254,7 cm (100.3 in) (Yakushi), 317,3 cm (124.9 in) (Nikkō), 315,3 cm (124.1 in) (Gakkō) Nara Nara Yakushiji KondoKon-dō, Yakushi-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Yakushi Nyorai (銅造薬師如来坐像 dōzō yakushi nyorai zazō?)[84] One of three National Treasure Yakushi Nyorai at Hōryū-ji. The others are located in the West Octagonal Hall (西円堂, saien-dō?) and in the Large Lecture Hall (大講堂, daikō-dō?). 0607Asuka period, 607 bronzeGilded bronze yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai 0063.063,0 cm (24.8 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji KondoKon-dō , Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Rushana Buddha (銅造盧舎那仏坐像 dōzō rushanabutsu zazō?) or Great Buddha of Nara[12][85] The largest statue in this list and the largest gilt bronze statue in the world, and the main hall of Tōdai-ji, in which it is located, is the largest wooden structure in the world.[86] 0752Nara period, 752. Head is a recast from the Edo period, hands date to the Momoyama period bronzeGilded bronze rushana buddhaSeated Rushana Buddha 1486.814.868m Nara Nara Todaiji KondoKon-dō , Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Twelve Heavenly Generals (板彫十二神将立像 itabori jūni shinshō ryūzō?)[87]
1000Heian period, 11th century woodWooden tablets, relief carving (板彫 itabori?), coloring, cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood twelve heavenly generalsStanding Twelve Heavenly Generals 0100.387,9–100,3 cm (34,6–39,5 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji National Treasure HouseNational Treasure House (国宝館 kokuhōkan?) , Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Priest Gien (木心乾漆義淵僧正坐像 mokushin kanshitsu gien sōjō zazō?)[18] Priest Gien was the founder of Oka-dera. 0710Nara period, 8th century woodWood-core dry lacquer (木心乾漆 mokushin kanshitsu?), colored gienSeated Gien 0093.093,0 cm (36.6 in) Nara Asuka OkaderaOka-dera (岡寺?), Asuka, Nara 150px
Four Heavenly Kings (木心乾漆四天王立像 mokushin kanshitsu shitennō ryūzō?)[88] 0791Nara period, 791 woodWood-core dry lacquer (木心乾漆 mokushin kanshitsu?), colored four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0139.1138,2 cm (54.4 in) (Jikoku-ten), 136,0 cm (53.5 in) (Zōjō-ten), 139,1 cm (54.8 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 134,5 cm (53.0 in) (Tamon-ten) Nara Nara Kofukuji North Octagonal HallNorth Octagonal Hall (北円堂 hokuen-dō?) , Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Eleven-faced Goddess of Mercy (木心乾漆十一面観音立像 mokushin kanshitsu jūichimenkannon ryūzō?)[89]
0750Nara period, second half of 8th century woodWood-core dry lacquer (木心乾漆 mokushin kanshitsu?), gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) Juichimen KannonStanding Jūichimen Kannon 0209.1209,1 cm (82.3 in) Nara Sakurai Shorinji DaibidenDaibiden (大悲殿?), Shōrin-ji (聖林寺?), Sakurai, Nara
Thousand-armed Kannon (木心乾漆千手観音立像 mokushin kanshitsu senjū kannon ryūzō?)[18][90]
0750Nara period, second half of 8th century woodWood-core dry lacquer (木心乾漆 mokushin kanshitsu?), gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) thousand armed kannonStanding Thousand-armed Kannon 0535.7535,7 cm (210.9 in) Nara Nara Toshodaiji KondoKon-dō, Tōshōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Yakushi Nyorai (木心乾漆薬師如来立像 mokushin kanshitsu yakushi nyorai ryūzō?)[18][91]
0796Heian period, 796–815 woodWood-core dry lacquer (木心乾漆 mokushin kanshitsu?), gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) yakushi nyoraiStanding Yakushi Nyorai 0369.7369,7 cm (145.6 in) Nara Nara Toshodaiji KondoKon-dō, Tōshōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Hachiman in the guise of a Buddhist monk (木造僧形八幡神坐像 mokuzō sōgyō hachimanjin zazō?), Empress Jingū (木造神功皇后坐像 mokuzō jingūkōgō zazō?), Nakatsuhime (木造仲津姫命坐像 mokuzō nakatsuhime?)[18] Oldest statues of their kind in Japan 0889Heian period, 889–898 woodColored wood hachimanSeated Hachiman, Empress Jingū and Nakatsuhime 0038.838,8 cm (15.3 in) (Hachiman), 33,9 cm (13.3 in) (Jingū), 36,8 cm (14.5 in) (Nakatsuhime) Nara Nara Yakushiji Chinju HachimanguChinju Hachimangu (鎮守八幡宮?) , Yakushi-ji, Nara, Nara
Tentōki (木造天燈鬼立像 mokuzō tentōki ryūzō?) and Ryūtōki (木造竜燈鬼立像 mokuzō ryūtōki ryūzō?)[92] Tentoki attributed to Kōben (康弁?), Ryūtoki by Kōben. Tentōki is a creature unique to Japan and Ryūtōki carries a lantern as offering to the Historical Buddha.[93] 1216Kamakura period, 1216 woodColored wood, crystal eyes setStanding Tentōki (lantern on hand/shoulder) and Ryūtōki (lantern on head) 0077.977,9 cm (30.7 in) (Tentōki), 77,3 cm (30.4 in) (Ryūtōki) Nara Nara KofukujiKōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px

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Muchaku (木造無著菩薩立像 mokuzō muchaku bosatsu ryūzō?) and Seshin (木造世親菩薩立像 mokuzō seshin bosatsu ryūzō?)[18][94] By Unkei 1208Kamakura period, 1208 woodColored wood, crystal eyes setStanding Muchaku and Seshin. 0193.0193,0 cm (76.0 in) (Muchaku), 190,9 cm (75.2 in) (Seshin) Nara Nara Kofukuji North Octagonal HallNorth Octagonal Hall (北円堂 hokuen-dō?) , Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px

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Bonten (木造梵天立像 mokuzō bonten ryūzō?) and Taishakuten (木造帝釈天立像 mokuzō taishakuten ryūzō?)[18][95]
0750Nara period, second half of 8th century woodColored wood setStanding Bonten and standing Taishakuten 0188.8186,2 cm (73.3 in) (Bonten), 188,8 cm (74.3 in) (Taishakuten) Nara Nara Toshodaiji KondoKon-dō, Tōshōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Yuima (木造維摩居士坐像 mokuzō yuima koji zazō?)[73][96] Carved by Jōkei over a period of 56 days and painted by Kōen in 50 days 1196Kamakura period, 1196 woodColored wood in assembled wood-block (yosegi) technique, crystal eyes yuimaSeated Yuima 0088.688,6 cm (34.9 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji Eastern Golden HallEastern Golden Hall (東金堂, tōkon-dō?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Kannon (木造観音菩薩立像 mokuzō kannon bosatsu ryūzō?) or Nine-faced Kannon (九面観音 kumen kannon?)[18][97] One of four National Treasure standing Kannon Bosatsu statues at Hōryū-ji. Two more are also in the Great Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?), while the third Kannon Bosatsu is enshrined in the Hall of Dreams (夢殿 yumedono?). 0600Tang Dynasty, 7th century woodSandalwood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) kannonStanding Kannon 0037.637,6 cm (14.8 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Great Treasure GalleryGreat Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara 150px
Kannon (木造観世音菩薩立像 mokuzō kanzeon bosatsu ryūzō?) or Kudara Kannon (百済観音?)[18][98] One of four National Treasure standing Kannon Bosatsu statues at Hōryū-ji. Two more are also in the Great Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?), while the third Kannon Bosatsu is enshrined in the Hall of Dreams (夢殿 yumedono?). It has been conjectured to be a work of Korean artisans.[1] 0650Asuka period, mid 7th century woodColored wood kannonStanding Kannon 0209.4209,4 cm (82.4 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Great Treasure GalleryGreat Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara 150px
Kannon (木造観世音菩薩立像 mokuzō kanzeon bosatsu ryūzō?) or Guze Kannon (救世観音?)[1] Oldest extant wooden statue in Japan. One of four National Treasure standing Kannon Bosatsu statues at Hōryū-ji. The others are located in the Great Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?). 0620Asuka period, first half of 7th century, 620 or so woodSingle block of camphor wood, stitched gold foil (箔押 hakuoshi?) kannonStanding Kannon 0178.8178,8 cm (70.4 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Hall of DreamsHall of Dreams (夢殿 yumedono?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara 150px
Tamayorihime (木造玉依姫命坐像 mokuzō tamayorihime no mikoto zazō?)[99] Probably by a Kei school sculptor 1251Kamakura period, 1251 woodWood, yosegi-zukuri (寄木造?) technique, crystal eyes tamayorihimeSeated Tamayorihime 008383 cm (33 in) Nara Yoshino Yoshino Mikumari ShrineYoshino Mikumari Shrine, Yoshino, Nara 150px
Kongōrikishi (Niō) (木造金剛力士立像 mokuzō kongōrikishi ryūzō?)[100]
1288Kamakura period, 1288 woodColored wood, crystal eyes nioStanding pair of Niō: Agyō (阿形?) and Ungyō (吽形?) 0154.0154,0 cm (60.6 in) (Agyō) and 153,7 cm (60.5 in) (Ungyō) Nara Nara Kofukuji National Treasure HouseNational Treasure House (国宝館 kokuhōkan?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Kongōrikishi (Niō) (木造金剛力士立像 mokuzō kongōrikishi ryūzō?)[101] By Kaikei and Unkei. There is another pair of Kongōrikishi (National Treasure) in hokkedō (法華堂?), Tōdai-ji. 1203Kamakura period, 1203 woodColored wood nioStanding pair of Niō: Agyō (阿形?) and Ungyō (吽形?) 0842.3836,3 cm (329.3 in) (Agyō) and 842,3 cm (331.6 in) (Ungyō) Nara Nara Todaiji NandaimonNandaimon (南大門?), Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara 150px

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Four Heavenly Kings (木造四天王立像(金堂安置) mokuzō shitennō ryūzō?)[18][102] By Yamaguchi no Ōguchi atai (山口大口費?) et al. 0650Asuka period, around 650 woodColored wood and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0134.8133,3 cm (52.5 in) (Jikoku-ten), 134,8 cm (53.1 in) (Zōjō-ten), 133,3 cm (52.5 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 134,2 cm (52.8 in) (Tamon-ten) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji KondoKon-dō, Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Four Heavenly Kings (木造四天王立像(金堂安置) mokuzō shitennō ryūzō?)[18][103]
0750Nara period, second half of 8th century woodColored wood four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0188.5185,0 cm (72.8 in) (Jikoku-ten), 187,2 cm (73.7 in) (Zōjō-ten), 186,3 cm (73.3 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 188,5 cm (74.2 in) (Tamon-ten) Nara Nara Toshodaiji KondoKon-dō , Tōshōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Four Heavenly Kings (木造四天王立像 mokuzō shitennō ryūzō?)[73][18][104] There are three sets of Four Heavenly Kings designated as National Treasure at Kōfuku-ji. The others are located in the North Octagonal Hall (北円堂 hokuen-dō?) and South Octagonal Hall (南円堂 nan'endō?). 0801Heian period, early 9th century woodColored wood in single-block (ichiboku) technique and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0164.0162,5 cm (64.0 in) (Jikoku-ten), 161,0 cm (63.4 in) (Zōjō-ten), 164,0 cm (64.6 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 153,0 cm (60.2 in) (Tamon-ten) Nara Nara Kofukuji Eastern Golden HallEastern Golden Hall (東金堂, tōkon-dō?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Four Heavenly Kings (木造四天王立像 mokuzō shitennō ryūzō?)[18][105] By Kōkei. There are three sets of Four Heavenly Kings designated as National Treasure at Kōfuku-ji. The others are located in the North Octagonal Hall (北円堂 hokuen-dō?) and Eastern Golden Hall (東金堂, tōkon-dō?). 1189Kamakura period, 1189 woodColored wood four heavenly kingsStanding Four Heavenly Kings 0206.6206,6 cm (81.3 in) (Jikoku-ten), 197,5 cm (77.8 in) (Zōjō-ten), 200,0 cm (78.7 in) (Kōmoku-ten), 197,2 cm (77.6 in) (Tamon-ten) Nara Nara Kofukuji South Octagonal HallSouth Octagonal Hall (南円堂 nanendō?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) and two attendants (木造釈迦如来及両脇侍坐像 mokuzō shaka nyorai oyobi ryōwakiji zazō?)[106]
0925Heian period, 925–931 woodCherry wood, single tree, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) shaka nyoraiSeated Shaka Nyorai and two seated attendants. 0227.9227,9 cm (89.7 in) (Shaka), 155,7 cm (61.3 in) (left att.), 153,9 cm (60.6 in) (right att.) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Inner SanctuaryInner Sanctuary (上御堂 kami no mi-dō?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) (木造釈迦如来坐像 mokuzō shaka nyorai zazō?)[107]
0799Heian period, end of 8th century woodColored wood shaka nyoraiSeated Shaka Nyorai 0105.7105,7 cm (41.6 in) Nara Uda Muroji Miroku HallMiroku Hall (弥勒堂 miroku-dō?), Murō-ji, Uda, Nara
Shakyamuni (Shaka Nyorai) (木造釈迦如来立像 mokuzō shaka nyorai ryūzō?)[108]
0899Heian period, end of 9th century woodColored wood shaka nyoraiStanding Shaka Nyorai 0237.7237,7 cm (93.6 in) Nara Uda Muroji KondoKon-dō, Murō-ji, Uda, Nara
Eleven-faced Goddess of Mercy (木造十一面観音立像 mokuzō jūichimenkannon ryūzō?)[18][109]
0899Heian period, end of 9th century woodColored wood juichimen kannonStanding Jūichimen Kannon 0195.1195,1 cm (76.8 in) Nara Uda Muroji KondoKon-dō, Murō-ji, Uda, Nara
Eleven-faced Goddess of Mercy (木造十一面観音立像 mokuzō jūichimenkannon ryūzō?)[18][110]
0800Heian period, first half of 9th century woodWood, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) juichimen kannonStanding Jūichimen Kannon 0100.0100,0 cm (39.4 in) Nara Nara Hokkeji HondoHon-dō, Hokke-ji, Nara, Nara
Twelve Heavenly Generals (木造十二神将立像 mokuzō jūni shinshō ryūzō?)[73][111] Supposedly each of the statues was carved by a different sculptor 1207Kamakura period, 1207 woodColored wood and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood twelve heavenly generalsStanding Twelve Heavenly Generals 0126.4113,0–126,4 cm (44,5–49,8 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji Eastern Golden HallEastern Golden Hall (東金堂 tōkon-dō?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Priest Shunjō (木造俊乗上人坐像 mokuzō shunjō shōnin zazō?)[18]
1206Kamakura period, around 1206 woodColored hinoki wood chogenSeated priest Chōgen (重源?) (Shunjō) 0081.481,4 cm (32.0 in) Nara Nara Todaiji ShunjodoShunjō-dō (俊乗堂?), Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Prince Shōtoku and four attendants (木造聖徳太子坐像 mokuzō shōtoku taishi zazō?)[12][18]
1121Heian period, 1121 woodColored wood and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood shotokuSeated Prince Shōtoku flanked by four seated figures: younger brother Eguri (山背?), first son Yamashiro (殖栗?), priest Eji and Somaro (卒末呂?) 0084.284,2 cm (33.1 in) (Shōtoku), 53,9 cm (21.2 in) (Eguri), 63,9 cm (25.2 in) (Yamashiro), 63,9 cm (25.2 in) (Eji), 52,4 cm (20.6 in) (Somaro) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji ShoryoinShōryō-in (聖霊院?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Thousand-armed Kannon (木造千手観音立像 mokuzō senjū kannon ryūzō?)[18][112] By a sculptor of the Keiha (慶派?) school. Formerly the principal image of the Refectory (食堂 jiki-dō?) 1220Kamakura period, around 1220 woodHinoki wood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)), crystal eyes thousand armed kannonStanding Thousand-armed Kannon 0520.5520,5 cm (204.9 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji National Treasure HouseNational Treasure House (国宝館 kokuhōkan?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Hachiman in the guise of a seated monk (木造僧形八幡神坐像 mokuzō sōgyō hachimanjin zazō?)[18] By Kaikei 1201Kamakura period, 1201 woodColored hinoki wood hachimanSeated Hachiman 0087.187,1 cm (34.3 in) Nara Nara Todaiji HachimandonoHachiman-dono (八幡殿?), Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Dainichi Nyorai (木造大日如来坐像 mokuzō dainichi nyorai zazō?)[113] By Unkei. 1176Heian period, 1176 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)), crystal eyes dainichi nyoraiSeated Dainichi Nyorai 0098.898,8 cm (38.9 in) Nara Nara Enjoji TahotoTahōtō, Enjō-ji (円成寺?), Nara, Nara 150px
Jizō Bosatsu (木造地蔵菩薩立像 mokuzō jizō bosatsu ryūzō?)[18][114]
0800Heian period, 9th century woodWood jizo bosatsuStanding Jizō Bosatsu 0172.7172,7 cm (68.0 in) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Great Treasure GalleryGreat Treasure Gallery (大宝蔵院 daihōzō-in?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Bishamonten (木造毘沙門天立像(金堂安置) mokuzō bishamonten ryūzō?) and Kichijōten (木造吉祥天立像(金堂安置) mokuzō kichijōten ryūzō?)[18]
1078Heian period, 1078 woodColored wood and cut-gold foil (kirikane (截金?)) on wood jizo bosatsuStanding Jizō Bosatsu 0123.2123,2 cm (48.5 in) (Bishamonten), 116,7 cm (45.9 in) (Kichijōten) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji KondoKon-dō, Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Fukū Kensaku Kannon (木造不空羂索観音立像 mokuzō fukū kensaku kannon ryūzō?)[115] By Kōkei 1189Kamakura period, 1189 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) fuku kensaku kannonSeated Fukū Kensaku Kannon 0341.5341,5 cm (134.4 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji South Octagonal HallSouth Octagonal Hall (南円堂 nan'endō?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Monju Bosatsu (木造文殊菩薩坐像 mokuzō monju bosatsu zazō?)[73][116] A work of a sculptor of the Kokei school 1196Kamakura period, 1196 woodColored hinoki wood in assembled wood-block (yosegi) technique, gold paint, crystal eyes monju bosatsuSeated Monju Bosatsu 0093.993,9 cm (37.0 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji Eastern Golden HallEastern Golden Hall (東金堂 tōkon-dō?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Bodhisattva in half-lotus position (木造菩薩半跏像 mokuzō bosatsu hankazō?) or Nyoirin Kannon (如意輪観音?)[18][117] It had been wrongly venerated as Nyoirin Kannon.[58] 0650Asuka period, second half of 7th century woodColored Camphorwood nyoirin kannonNyoirin Kannon in half-lotus position 0087.087,0 cm (34.3 in) Nara Ikaruga Chuguji HondoHon-dō, Chūgū-ji (中宮寺?), Ikaruga, Nara 150px
Six Patriarchs of the Hossō sect (木造法相六祖坐像 mokuzō hossō rokuso zazō?)[12][118] By Kōkei 1188Kamakura period, 1188–1189 woodColored hinoki wood, crystal eyes patriarchs of the hosso sectSix Patriarchs of the Hossō sect: Jōtō (常騰?), Shinei (神叡?), Zenshu (善珠?), Genbō (玄昉?), Genpin (玄賓?), Gyōga (行賀?) 0084.873,3 cm (28.9 in) (Jōtō), 81,2 cm (32.0 in) (Shinei), 83,0 cm (32.7 in) (Zenshu), 84,8 cm (33.4 in) (Genbō), 77,2 cm (30.4 in) (Genpin), 74,8 cm (29.4 in) (Gyōga) Nara Nara Kofukuji South Octagonal HallSouth Octagonal Hall (南円堂 nan'endō?), Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara 150px
Miroku Bosatsu (木造弥勒仏坐像 mokuzō miroku butsu zazō?)[18][119] By Unkei 1212Kamakura period, 1212 woodWood, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) miroku bosatsuSeated Miroku Bosatsu 0141.5141,5 cm (55.7 in) Nara Nara Kofukuji North Octagonal HallNorth Octagonal Hall (北円堂 hokuen-dō?) , Kōfuku-ji, Nara, Nara
Yakushi Nyorai and two attendants (木造薬師如来及両脇侍坐像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai oyobi ryōkyōji zazō?)[18][120]
0999Heian period, end of 10th century woodHinoki wood, single tree, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai (healing Buddha) and two seated attendants: Nikkō Bosatsu and Gakkō Bosatsu (Bodhisattvas of sun and moon light) 0247.2247,2 cm (97.3 in) (Yakushi), 172,1 cm (67.8 in) (each attendant) Nara Ikaruga Horyuji Lecture HallLecture Hall (講堂 Kō-dō?), Hōryū-ji, Ikaruga, Nara
Yakushi Nyorai (木造薬師如来坐像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai zazō?)[18][121]
0800Heian period, 9th century woodColored Japanese nutmeg

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yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai 0049.749,7 cm (19.6 in) Nara Nara Nara National MuseumNara National Museum, Nara, Nara
Yakushi Nyorai (木造薬師如来坐像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai zazō?)[18][122]
0799Heian period, end of 8th century woodJapanese Nutmeg-yew wood, single tree, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) yakushi nyoraiSeated Yakushi Nyorai 0191.5191,5 cm (75.4 in) Nara Nara Shin Yakushiji HondoHon-dō , Shin-Yakushi-ji, Nara, Nara
Yakushi Nyorai (木造薬師如来立像 mokuzō yakushi nyorai ryūzō?)[18][123]
0801Heian period, early 9th century woodJapanese nutmeg wood, single tree, natural wood surface (素地 kiji?) yakushi nyoraiStanding Yakushi Nyorai 0164.8164,8 cm (64.9 in) Nara Nara Gangoji HondoHon-dō , Gangō-ji (新薬師寺?), Nara, Nara
Priest Rōben (木造良弁僧正坐像 mokuzō rōben sōjō zazō?)[18]
0899Heian period, end of 9th century woodColored hinoki wood, single tree robenSeated Rōben 0092.492,4 cm (36.4 in) Nara Nara Todaiji Founder's HallFounder's Hall (開山堂 kaisan-dō?), Tōdai-ji, Nara, Nara
Hayatama (木造熊野速玉大神坐像 mokuzō kumano hayatama ōkami zazō?), Fusumi (木造夫須美大神坐像 mokuzō fusumi ōkami zazō?), Ketsumiko (木造家津御子大神坐像 mokuzō ketsumiko ōkami zazō?), Kunitokotachi (木造国常立命坐像 mokuzō kunitokotachi no mikoto zazō?)[18][124]
0800early Heian period, 9th century woodColored wood setFour seated Shintō gods: Hayatama, Fusumi, Ketsumiko, Kunitokotachi 0101.2101,2 cm (39.8 in) (Hayatama), 98,5 cm (38.8 in) (Fusumi), 81,2 cm (32.0 in) (Ketsumiko), 80,3 cm (31.6 in) (Kunitokotachi) Wakayama Shingu Kumano Hayatama TaishaKumano Hayatama Taisha, Shingū, Wakayama
Miniature Buddhist shrine (木造諸尊仏龕 mokuzō shoson butsugan?)[18] Brought back from China by Kūkai 0700Tang Dynasty, 8th century woodSandalwood, natural wood surface (素地, kiji?) setvarious Buddhist images 0023.123,1 cm (9.1 in) Wakayama Koya Kongobuji Treasure HallTreasure Hall (霊宝館 reihōkan?), Kongōbu-ji, Kōya, Wakayama
Thousand-armed Kannon (木造千手観音立像 mokuzō senjū kannon ryūzō?) and two Bodhisattvas (木造菩薩立像 mokuzō bosatsu ryūzō?)[18][125] Unusual combination of deities in this triad 0850Heian period, second half of 9th century woodWood, single tree, gold leaf over lacquer (shippaku (漆箔?)) thousand armed kannonStanding Thousand-armed Kannon and two standing Bodhisattvas, believed to be Nikkō Bosatsu and Gakkō Bosatsu (Bodhisattvas of sun and moon light) 0294.2294,2 cm (115.8 in) (Kannon), 241,5 cm (95.1 in) (Nikkō), 242,4 cm (95.4 in) (Gakkō) Wakayama Hidakagawa Dojoji HobutsudenHōbutsuden (宝佛殿?), Dōjō-ji (道成寺?), Hidakagawa, Wakayama
Eight Attendants of Fudō Myōō (木造八大童子立像 mokuzō hachidai dōji ryūzō?)[12][18][126] Only six of the eight statues date to the Kamakura period and are National Treasures. The remaining two (Anokuda (阿耨達?), Shitoku (指徳?)) were produced in the 14th century and are not included in this nomination. By Unkei. Formerly enshrined in the Fudō-dō (不動堂?) 1197Kamakura period, 1197 woodColored hinoki wood, crystal eyes eight attendants of fudō myōōSix of the Eight Attendants of Fudō Myōō: Ekō (慧光?), Eki (慧喜?), Ukubaga (烏倶婆誐?), Shōjō Biku (清浄比丘?), Kongara (矜羯羅?), Seitaka (制多迦?) 0103.096,6 cm (38.0 in) (Ekō), 98,8 cm (38.9 in) (Eki), 95,1 cm (37.4 in) (Ukubaga), 97,1 cm (38.2 in) (Shōjō), 95,6 cm (37.6 in) (Kongara), 103,0 cm (40.6 in) (Seitaka) Wakayama Koya Kongobuji Treasure HallTreasure Hall (霊宝館 reihōkan?), Kongōbu-ji, Kōya, Wakayama 150px
Miroku Bosatsu (木造弥勒仏坐像 mokuzō miroku butsu zazō?)[18]
0892Heian period, 892 woodColored hinoki wood, single tree miroku bosatsuSeated Miroku Bosatsu 0091.091,0 cm (35.8 in) Wakayama Kudoyama JisoninJison-in, Kudoyama, Wakayama
Usuki Stone Buddhas (臼杵磨崖仏 Usuki magaibutsu?)[18][127] Only National Treasure sculptures of stone. 1185late Heian period–early Kamakura period stoneColored stone set59 statues in total in four groups. (i) Furuzono group (古園石仏 furuzono sekibutsu?): 13 statues; (ii) Sannō group (山王山石仏 sannōzan sekibutsu?): 3 statues; (iii) Hoki group (ホキ石仏 hoki sekibutsu?), 1st cave: 25 statues (iv) Hoki group, 2nd cave: 18 statues 0280.026,8–280,0 cm (10,6–110,2 in) Oita UsukiUsuki, Ōita 150px
This list is complete and up-to-date as of January 2, 2010.

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NotesEditar sección

  1. 1,0 1,1 The Usuki Stone Buddhas date to the late Heian, early Kamakura period and are therefore counted double in this table.
  2. The temple uses a different association of statues with names of the generals than the national treasure nomination. Here the temple scheme is used.

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