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  1. Langxi Daolong

    Langxi Daolong

    Known by his Japanese name Rankei Dōryū, Langxi Daolong was the founder of Kenchō-ji. The hanging scroll with ink and pigments on silk came from Kenchō-ji and is preserved at the Kamakura Museum.
  2. Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara

    Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara

    Statue of the Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara (Senju Kannon) originally worshipped at Kencho-ji and now on display at the Kamakura Museum. It was made as a supplication for the recovery of the ailing regent Hōjō Tokiyori.
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