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【d】  特別展 「横浜の仏像-しられざるみほとけたち」
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[D] Special exhibition "Buddha statue in Yokohama-Shizaru Mihotoketachi"

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This special exhibition is the first exhibition to comprehensively and systematically introduce Buddhist statues transmitted to the Yokohama city area. The city of Yokohama began a full-scale survey of sculpture cultural properties in 1970. With the enactment of the Yokohama City Cultural Properties Protection Ordinance in 1987, we have been conducting a more comprehensive survey of shrines and temples throughout the city. Based on the results of a cultural property survey spanning half a century, we will introduce the newly discovered and first-released "Shizuru Mihotoketachi", focusing on Buddhist statues from the Heian and Kamakura periods, and try to approach the real image of Buddhist culture in Yokohama. Thing. The Buddhist statues in Yokohama, which have been preserved and handed down over time, range from statues with unique regional characteristics to sophisticated urban-style statues. Introducing Buddhist statues in Yokohama that show various appearances from time to time, reflecting changes in people's beliefs and aesthetics.

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  • Hour
    9: 00-16: 30 (Ticket sales until 16:00) <br /> Closed on Mondays
  • Address
    1-18-1 Nakagawachuo, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama
  • Ticket type / Fee
    General: 1,000 yen University / high school students: 700 yen Small / middle / Yokohama city resident 65 years old and over: 500 yen
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