Samantabhadra (Fugen) Bodhisattva seated on six elephants is embroidered on a piece of material 79.2cm by 36.2cm. This beautiful
embroidery with colorful threads impresses visitors. The embroidered Bodhisattva is very unusual in the prefecture, so it is designated as a temple treasure. It has been said that this work was made in the Muromachi Period or was brought from China.
【Prefectural Cultural Asset / Enmeiji Temple】
Fujiinomiya Sake Bottle
This Tokoname ware vase was found in Aza Nakamura, Yokone Village, in the 19th year of the Meiji era. The vase, which is of the amakura period, is 21.8cm in height, has a mouth diameter of 10.3cm, a body diameter of 19.5cm and a base diameter of 10.2cm. The extent of its value is well indicated by the characters “a sacred sake jar of the Fujii Shrine” engraved on the side of the vase. It gives a feeling of the simplicity of ancient times when people dedicated sake to the gods and prayed.
【Prefectural Cultural Asset / Fujii Shrine】
Wooden Bishamonten Statue
This statue from the Kamakura Period is 87.2cm high, and constructed of joined blocks of cedar. The expressions of both anger and strength tell us that this is the god of war. It stands to the left of the principal object of worship, Avalokitesvara (Kannon), as a supportive figure.
【Prefectural Cultural Asse / Entsuji Temple】
Two-Storied Monju Gate
This gate was designed and constructed by Kihei, a temple carpenter, and was rebuilt in the Tenpo Period. A Monju Bodhisattva lies inside the gate. The strong, sophisticated sculpture gives an impression of weight and substance, and attracts the eyes of visitors. epair work was carried out in 1987.
【City Cultural Asset / Enmeiji Temple】