kakemono which represent "thirteen Buddhas" mostly use for death ceremonies or to prepare the birth of a child .
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This type of kakemono it s call a jusanbutsu ,thirteen bouddhas, this type of representation appear at the 14 centurty and will become popular at the 15 century . It s represente 5 buddhas (Nyorai ), and 7 bodhisattva (Bosatsu ) and one myoo or wisdom kings, each entities is link with a day or a year to remenber a dead or to prepare a child to born in this case it will be at reverse .
L'ordre est le suivant :
Fudo Myoo it s the 7th days , Shaka Nyorai it s the 14th days, Monju Bosatsu it s the 21th days,Fugen Bosatsu it s the 28th days, Jizo Bosatsu it s the 35th days Miroku Bosatsu it s the 42 days , Yakushi Nyorai it s the 49e days Kannon Bosatsu it s the 100 days Seishi Bosatsu one year for the ceremony of the hundreds days Amida Nyorai two years after the ceremony of the hundreds days Ashuku Nyorai six years after the ceremony of the hundreds days Dainichi Nyorai twelve years after the ceremony of the hundreds days Kokuzo Bosatsu thirty two years after the ceremony of the hundreds days.
This kakemono got some stains and usury ,there is a signature 岸岩 Kishiwa.
|materials||paper and silk .|