From: Japan

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Object Number 29-96-703E
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Japanese | Buddhist
Provenience Japan
Period Meiji
Date Made 1894
Section Asian
Materials Paper
Inscription Language Japanese Language | English Language | English Language

Envelope with Japanese writing in black ink. The word "Nichereen" appears at the top most likely in reference to Nichiren Buddhism which places special importance on the Lotus Sutra. The envelope is associated with a print of a portrait of Nichiren Shoshu (29-96-703A-D).

Length 25.2 cm
Width 14.2 cm
Credit Line Bequest of Maxwell Sommerville, 1904
Other Number CG94-1-49A - Found in Collection Number

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