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TRADITIONAL CRAFTS

京都府

京仏具

Kyoto Buddhist Paraphernalia

仏壇・仏具

京都における仏具は、平安仏教を特色付けた最澄、空海の時代の8世紀頃に、その製作が始められたと考えられます。

It is conceivable that the various pieces of paraphernalia associated with Buddhism were first produced in Kyoto around the 8th century, when the monks Saichou and Kukai were exerting their influence on Heian Buddhism.

大阪府

大阪仏壇

Osaka Household Buddhist Altars

仏壇・仏具

聖徳太子が四天王寺を建てた際、朝鮮半島の百済から技術者を呼び寄せ大阪に住まわせたことから、仏壇、仏具の産地が形成されたと言われています。その後、仏教が広まるのとともに、大阪独特の優れた製作技術・技法も府下一円に広まりました。

Household Buddhist altars and other items associated with the religion were first made in Osaka by specialists who came from Paekche on the Korean peninsular, at the time that Shotoku Taishi built the Shiteno-ji temple in the late 6th century.

広島県

広島仏壇

Hiroshima Household Buddhist Altars

仏壇・仏具

広島は、古くから浄土真宗が盛んな土地柄でした。江戸時代初期に、紀州から移り住んだ飾り金具細工師や桧物細工師(ひものさいくし)、塗師(ぬし)等の技術をもととし、その後、敦高(とんこう)という僧が京都、大阪に出向いて、仏壇・仏具の高度な製造技術を学んで帰ったことで、広島仏壇の技術・技法が確立されました。

The Jodo Shinshu of Buddhism has found favor among the people in Hiroshima for any hundreds of years. At the beginning of the 17th century a number of artisans skilled in making decorative fittings, braided cords and lacquerers moved into the Hiroshima area from Kishu, and it was their skills that became the foundation of household altar making in this area.

福岡県

八女福島仏壇

Yamefukushima Household Buddhist Altars

仏壇・仏具

八女福島仏壇の始まりには次のような話が残されています。江戸時代中期、一人の指物大工が、ある夜、荘厳華美な仏閣の夢を見て思い立ち、同業者に協力を求めて仏壇製造を志したというものです。

One night in early 19th century, a cabinet maker dreamt about an extremely beautiful, majestic Buddhist building. Inspired by his dream, he enlisted the help of work mates and together they built a Buddhist household altar. This is the story behind the origins of the Yamefukushima Butsudan.

鹿児島県

川辺仏壇

Kawanabe Household Buddhist Altars

仏壇・仏具

仏教とゆかりの深い川辺地方では、鎌倉時代の初めに現在の鹿児島県の南部で力があった河辺氏と、壇ノ浦で敗れた平家の残党が、川辺町清水の渓谷を中心に、供養や仏教の伝道にいそしんでいました。

At the beginning of the Kamakura period (1185-1333) the Kawanabe area was noted for its connections with Buddhism. Kawanabe, a local powerful family who held sway over the southern part of what is now Kagoshima Prefecture, and the remains of Heike family, who were defeated at Dannoura, began holding memorial services and preaching the word of Buddha along a ravine of clear water in Kawanabe-cho.