National treasure
The idea of national treasure, like national epics and national anthems, is part of the language of Romantic nationalism, which arose in the late 18th century and 19th centuries. Nationalism is an ide...
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First Japanese Manga ( 900 yeras ago )
CHOJU GIGA (鳥獣戯画) , the first manga in Japan. It was written 900 years ago by TOBA-SOJO. Rabits, monkeys, frogs, foxes behave like human.
Gakhwangjeon Hall
Gakhwangjeon Hall is a hall of worship at Hwaeomsa, a Buddhist temple in Gurye, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. It is one of the monastery's two principal halls and overlooks the northwest end of the cour...
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Tomb of King Wanggon
The Tomb of King Wanggŏn, more correctly known as the Hyŏllŭng Royal Tomb, is a mausoleum located Haesong-ri, Kaepung-gun near Kaesŏng, North Korea. The tomb belongs to the founder of the Goryeo Dynas...
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Inwang jesaekdo
Inwangjesaekdo ("Clearing After Rain in Mt. Inwangsan" or "After Rain at Mt. Inwang") is a landscape painting by the famous Jeong Seon who painted it during the reign of Joseon Dynasty King Yeongjo in...
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Seokgatap
Seokgatap (Sakyamuni Pagoda) is a stone pagoda in South Korea designated as the 21st National Treasure on December 12, 1962. Its full name is Sakyamuni Yeoraesangjuseolbeop Tap, and is sometimes refe...
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Grand National Treasure
In Thailand, Grand National Treasure refers to objects that, in the past, were made by the national purse and bestowed by the King to Royal Family members, courtiers and high-ranking officials. The na...
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Kamigamo Shrine
Kamigamo Shrine (上賀茂神社, Kamigamo Jinja) is an important Shinto sanctuary on the banks of the Kamo River in north Kyoto, first founded in 678. Its formal name is the Kamo-wakeikazuchi Shrine...
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Shigisan-engi
Shigisan-engi (信貴山縁起, lit. "Legend of Mount Shigi") is an emakimono or painted handscroll made in the early 12th century. The story details miracles which were attributed to the Shingon monk Myore...
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Kusumi Morikage
Kusumi Morikage (c. 1620–1690) was a Japanese painter of the Edo period. He came from the Kaga Province, the centre of the lands of the Maeda clan. He fell foul of his teacher, Kanō Tanyū, and b...
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Shiramizu Amidadō
Shiramizu Amidadō (白水阿弥陀堂), or Ganjō-ji (願成寺), is a temple in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. The Amidadō is a National Treasure and the temple, with its paradise garden, has been designat...
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Kamosu Jinja
Kamosu Jinja (神魂神社) is a Shinto shrine in Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, Japan. The Taisha-zukuri Honden of 1583 is a National Treasure. The coeval branch Inari shrine is an Important Cultural Proper...
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List of National Treasures of Japan (shrines)
The number of Shinto shrines in Japan today has been estimated at more than 150,000. Single structure shrines are the most common. Shrine buildings might also include oratories (in front of main sanct...
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List of National Treasures of Japan (residences)
The term "National Treasure" has been used in Japan to denote cultural properties since 1897.The definition and the criteria have changed since the inception of the term. These residential structures ...
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Taedongmun
Not to be confused with Dongdaemun, the old east gate of SeoulTaedong Gate is the eastern gate of the inner castle of the walled city of Pyongyang (Pyongyang Castle), and one of the National Treasures...
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Extermination of Evil
Extermination of Evil (辟邪絵, Hekija-E) is a set of five paintings depicting traditional Asian deities banishing evil. The paintings are collectively listed as a National Treasure of Japan and h...
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Lists of National Treasures of Japan
The following articles list National Treasures of Japan:
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Tōdai-ji
Tōdai-ji (東大寺, Eastern Great Temple), is a Buddhist temple complex, that was once one of the powerful Seven Great Temples, located in the city of Nara, Japan. Its Great Buddha Hall (大仏殿, ...
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Ryongwang Pavilion
Ryongwang Pavilion is a scenic overlook located in the central district of Pyongyang, North Korea. Located on the bank of the Taedong River, the pavilion was first constructed during the Goguryeo dyna...
List of National Treasures of Japan (archaeological materials)
The term "National Treasure" has been used in Japan to denote cultural properties since 1897.The definition and the criteria have changed since the introduction of the term. These archaeological mater...
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Aoi Aso Shrine
Aoi Aso Shrine (青井阿蘇神社, Aoi Aso Jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. It is colloquially known as Aoi-san (青井さん). It was originally established as a prefectur...
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Inariyama Sword
The iron Inariyama burial-mound sword (稲荷山古墳出土鉄剣, inariyama kofun shutsudo tekken) or kinsakumei tekken (金錯銘鉄剣) was excavated at the Inariyama Kofun in 1968. Inariyama Kofun is located in ...
Shōsōin
The Shōsō-in (正倉院) is the treasure house that belongs to Tōdai-ji, Nara. The building is in the azekura log-cabin style, with a raised floor. It lies to the northwest of the Daibutsuden (which hou...
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Myōtsū-ji
Myōtsū-ji (明通寺) is a Shingon temple in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. The Kamakura-period Hondō and three-storey pagoda are both National Treasures, a number of Heian-period statues have been des...
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Chōkō-ji
Chōkō-ji (朝光寺 Chōkōji) is a Buddhist temple, in Yashiro, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.
According to the official record of the temple, this temple was originally constructed on the Mount Gongen in the...
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List of National Treasures of Japan (temples)
The term "National Treasure" has been used in Japan to denote cultural properties since 1897.The definition and the criteria have changed since the inception of the term. The temple structures in this...
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Pyohunsa
P'yohun-sa is a Korean Buddhist temple located on Mount Kumgang, North Korea. Founded in the 7th century under the kingdom of Silla, it is the only one of Mount Kumgang's four great temples to have su...
Eihō-ji
Eihō-ji (永保寺) is a Rinzai Zen Buddhist temple located in northern Tajimi, Gifu Prefecture, Japan.Eihō-ji was established in 1313 by the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen Buddhism. The temple grounds ...
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Kasuga-taisha
Kasuga Grand Shrine (春日大社, Kasuga-taisha) is a Shinto shrine in the city of Nara, in Nara Prefecture, Japan. Established in 768 AD and rebuilt several times over the centuries, it is the shrin...
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Ginkaku-ji
Ginkaku-ji (銀閣寺, lit. "Temple of the Silver Pavilion"), officially named Jishō-ji (慈照寺, lit. "Temple of Shining Mercy"), is a Zen temple in the Sakyo ward of Kyoto, Japan. It is one of the con...
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