By YOSHINORI HAYASHI/ Staff Writer
May 21, 2021 at 18:34 JST
A ghost painting called “Kenpon Bokuga Tansai Hangonko no Zu” (ink drawing on silk canvas with light coloring, ghost appearing from incense) owned by Kudoji temple. The photo is from a preservation and repair report. (Sakata Bokujudo Co.)
HIROSAKI, Aomori Prefecture--The Hirosaki city board of education has confirmed a painting of a ghost that Kudoji temple has owned for more than 200 years is an authentic work by the famed artist Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795). [Read More]
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