311 items from the Kyō-ō Gokokuji Documents held by the Kyoto University Museum have been newly released

The Kyō-ō Gokokuji Documents (monjo) were discovered by Toshihide Akamatsu in the treasure house of Toji Temple in 1937. After the war, Kyoto University borrowed, organized and transcribed them. In 1968, they were given to Kyoto University. In 1971, these documents designated as a National Important Cultural Property. The collection consists of 3043 documents that date from the Heian period (794-1185) through the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1568-1600).

This time, images of 311 of these documents has been newly released.

▼The Kyoto University Museum - Kyō-Ō Gokokuji Documents



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