"Statues and Sculptures from Azuchi Momoyama War Period" Exhibition

Shiga Prefectural Azuchi Castle Archeological Museum

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The Azuchi Momoyama period was a war torn era and a shift in the power structure. The Buddhist statues and sculptures produced during this time were a representation of strong faith and have become important historical documentation.
The exhibition is a continuation of the Buddhist sculptures exhibition held three years ago. This time, there will be a more solid focus on statues and approximately 182 works will be on display.
*Exhibiting at the Exhibition Room

Lecture "The Soul of Shintoism and Buddhism": October 21st (Sun) 13:30-

[Image: "Ebisu Statue" Courtesy of Tenma Shrine, Nara City]

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from October 13, 2007 to November 18, 2007

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