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*Reduced size picture scroll [National Treasure: Shigisan Engi Emaki, Nun Scroll]*
Heian period, Lent by Chago Magoji temple

[The Shigisan Engi Emaki (Picture Scroll of the auspicious omen of Mt. Shigi) is one of the four most famous picture scrolls in Japan, along with The Tale of Genji, Caricatures of Birds and Animals, and Ban Dainagon's Picture Scroll. All three scrolls are now available in collotype format. The scrolls were produced in the late Heian period (794-1185), and depict stories about Meiren, a Buddhist priest who was a central figure in the Shigisan temple (Chogo Magoji, Ikoma County, Nara Prefecture), with lively and witty brush strokes.

The Nun Scroll
Mimeiren is safely reunited with her older sister, thanks to a prophecy from the Great Buddha at Todaiji Temple.
As a young man, Meiren left his hometown* of Shinano Province and went to Nara to practice Buddhism. She asked for her brother, who had disappeared, and her sister, a nun, went on a journey all the way to Nara. The two are safely reunited in front of the Great Buddha Hall of Todaiji Temple, where they pray to the Great Buddha for their reunion. The Daibutsuden painted in this work is a valuable record of the building as it was when it was first constructed.

*What is a collotype*?
While offset printing, a common printing method, expresses colors and shading with a density of small dots, collotype expresses them with continuous gradation, which makes it possible to express them with fine details that are closer to the real thing, as in a photograph.

Officially certified by Kozan-ji Temple
Our [caricatures of birds, animals, and humans] series are commercialized with the permission of Kozanji Temple (Kyoto), the temple that owns the works.
A portion of the purchase price will be donated to Kozanji Temple to
The money is used for the preservation of the temple's cultural assets and for the maintenance of the temple grounds.

SD item code:9954385

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Reduced Scroll, Shigisan Engi Emaki (Picture Scroll of Mt. Shigi's Engi), The Nun's Scroll
縮小巻物 信貴山縁起絵巻 尼公の巻
(2401001010032)
(2401001010032)

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Item added on: 2022/1/11
Dimensions
Size
Paper width 11.0 cm x length 471.0 cm
Specifications
Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Specifications
Japanese-English commentary and lyrics on the front cover
Printing method
Glass plate (collotype monochrome printing)
Package: Individual box
Product tag: None

Description

*Reduced size picture scroll [National Treasure: Shigisan Engi Emaki, Nun Scroll]*
Heian period, Lent by Chago Magoji temple

[The Shigisan Engi Emaki (Picture Scroll of the auspicious omen of Mt. Shigi) is one of the four most famous picture scrolls in Japan, along with The Tale of Genji, Caricatures of Birds and Animals, and Ban Dainagon's Picture Scroll. All three scrolls are now available in collotype format. The scrolls were produced in the late Heian period (794-1185), and depict stories about Meiren, a Buddhist priest who was a central figure in the Shigisan temple (Chogo Magoji, Ikoma County, Nara Prefecture), with lively and witty brush strokes.

The Nun Scroll
Mimeiren is safely reunited with her older sister, thanks to a prophecy from the Great Buddha at Todaiji Temple.
As a young man, Meiren left his hometown* of Shinano Province and went to Nara to practice Buddhism. She asked for her brother, who had disappeared, and her sister, a nun, went on a journey all the way to Nara. The two are safely reunited in front of the Great Buddha Hall of Todaiji Temple, where they pray to the Great Buddha for their reunion. The Daibutsuden painted in this work is a valuable record of the building as it was when it was first constructed.

*What is a collotype*?
While offset printing, a common printing method, expresses colors and shading with a density of small dots, collotype expresses them with continuous gradation, which makes it possible to express them with fine details that are closer to the real thing, as in a photograph.

Officially certified by Kozan-ji Temple
Our [caricatures of birds, animals, and humans] series are commercialized with the permission of Kozanji Temple (Kyoto), the temple that owns the works.
A portion of the purchase price will be donated to Kozanji Temple to
The money is used for the preservation of the temple's cultural assets and for the maintenance of the temple grounds.

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*UPS and the UPS logo are trademarks that are used with permission by the owner, United Parcel Service of America, Inc. All rights reserved.
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*We have revised our prices effective February 1, 2023 due to the rising cost of raw materials and other factors.
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