狛犬

Foo Dog, Stone Lion, Asian Art, Respect, Statues, Oriental, Ivory, Dragons, Effigy

Комайну Пес создан около 1450 года - в Эпоху Муромати (560 лет назад) Найдено: http://tanjand.livejournal.com/1303061.html

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is an art museum with art galleries and gardens. The IMA provides art classes, films & lectures for public access.

滝川市江部乙町にある江部乙神社 滝川市 江部乙町東12丁目1-24

滝川市江部乙町にある江部乙神社 滝川市 江部乙町東12丁目1-24

重要文化財 狛犬の写真

Komainu, often called lion-dogs in English, are statue pairs of lion-like creatures either guarding the entrance or the inner shrine of many Japanese Shinto shrines or kept inside the inner shrine itself, where they are not visible to the public.

狛犬

Asian Sculptures, Foo Dog, Stone Sculpture, Stone Lion, Japanese Folklore, Ancient Art, Antiquities, Buddhism, Ropes

狛犬(鬼王神社)

狛犬(鬼王神社)

松蔭寺(静岡県沼津市)

松蔭寺(静岡県沼津市)

太宰府天満宮 狛犬

Stone Statues, Fukuoka, Lions, Lion

熊野神社 東京都八王子市兵衛

熊野神社 東京都八王子市兵衛

松蔭寺(静岡県沼津市)

松蔭寺(静岡県沼津市)

狛犬(江島杉山神社)年代不詳

狛犬(江島杉山神社)年代不詳

狛犬

Ancient Art, Japanese Art, Ropes, Street Art, Cords, Old Art, Urban Art

Rooftop Komainu | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Taken at the Kusatsu Honjin, in Kusatsu, Shiga Prefecture. Heading from Tokyo to Kyoto on the old Tōkaidō road during the Edo Period, Kusatsu was the out of 53 post stations along the way. I'll have more about this amazing inn soon.

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