著者
根井 浄
出版者
Japanese Association of Indian and Buddhist Studies
雑誌
印度學佛教學研究 (ISSN:00194344)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.54, no.1, pp.241-248,1261, 2005-12-20 (Released:2010-03-09)

Nozoki Karakuri is a street performance. It took place in the 17th century. Spectators watch moving dolls and pictures, and so on, through a glass window in a box. Among the painted pictures, many were drawn from the idea of Buddhist Hell and Paradise. Nozoki Karakuri has been preserved in Fukae town, Nagasaki prefecture. It is one of the cultural treasures of Japanese Buddhism.

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Nozoki Karakuri のぞきからくり Street performance from 17th century Japan. Moving dolls & pictures through a glass window. Many drawn from the idea of Buddhist Hell & Paradise. https://t.co/VptKYoLPEe https://t.co/MWuEUGREkL https://t.co/PwxuZHkyrV

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