Lists of the cultural heritages of Eikando. Almost all the heritages except Mikaeri Amida Nyorai have been deposited at several museums and some of them are opened to the public at the Autumnal Exhibition every year. Items displayed at the ordinary visit are some fusuma paintings such as Take Tora Zu (Bamboo and Tigers), Botan Kujaku Zu (Peony and Peacock) and so on.

NTJ: Natonal Treasure of Japan
ICA: Important Cultural Assets

Item Author / Period Designation
Mikaeri Amida Nyorai (Amitabha looking back) Early Kamakura Period ICA
Portrait of Priest Zendo Daishi - -
Portrait of Yokan Risshi - -
Yamagoshi Amida or Yamagoe Amida
Descent of Amida (Amitabha) over the Mountain.
Hanging Scroll. Color on silk.
Kamakura Period NTJ
Amida (Amitabha) Descending to Receive a Deceased Person's Soul. Kamakura Period -
Taima mandara Kamakura Period ICA
Amida (Amitabha) and Twenty-five Bodhisattvas Kamakura Period ICA
Twenty-five Bodhisattvas - ICA
Ten Worlds - ICA
Shaka Nyorai (Shakyamuni Nyorai) Goryeo Dynasty ICA
Ten Great Disciples Kamakura Period ICA
Shakyamuni and Sixteen Gods - ICA
Nirvana Kamakura Period ICA
Sixteen Rakans Tan Dynasty ICA
Healing Buddha - ICA
Senju Kannon (Sahasrabhuja) - -
Yuzu Nembutsu Engi Tosa Mitunobu ? ICA
Yuzu Nembutsu Kanzincho - ICA
Shakyamuni and Bodhisattvas Kano Motonobu ICA
Portrait of Toyotomi Hideyoshi - -
Hato Zu (Waves) Hasegawa Tohaku ICA
Take Tora Zu (Bamboo and Tigers) Attributed to Hasegawa Tohaku -
Unryu Zu (Dragon in Cloud) Gennki -
Zenrin-ji Saiken Kanzincho Sanjo Kozyo -
Taima mandara Engi Dokanbo Syokei ICA
Ojo Kettei Yousyu - -
Kei
(Musical Instrument with Lotus Pattern)
Tan Dynasty NTJ
Shariyouki(Container of Buddha's bone) Kamakura~Nanboku-cho period
Shariyouki(Container of Buddha's bone) Edo Period
Kaede Kiji Zu (Maple and Paulownia) - -
Sagi Kaben Zu (Heron and Flower) - -
Kacho Zu (Flowers and Birds) Kano Motonobu ? -
Matsu Suikin Zu (Pine trees and Water Birds) - -
Sennin Zu (Legendary wizards) - -
Kacho Zu (Flowers and Birds) - -
Kiri Houou Zu (Paulownia and Phoenix) Kano Eizan ? -
Rokaku Sansui Zu (Landscape with Pavilion) - -
Botan Kujaku Zu (Peony and Peacock) Hara Zaimei -
Many others - -