slide (photograph (documentary artefact))

Lantern slide depicting The Hundred Stone Statues of Jizo at Ganmangahara, Nikko. This famous sight on Daiya River is known by names such as "Narabi-jizo," "Bake-jizo," and "Hyaku-jizo." It is also known as "Kanman-ga-fuchi" or "Ganman-ga-fuchi." The statue of Oya-jizo, the head of which was washed away by the flood of 1902, is visible at the end of the road.

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