Composites

A selection of 25 Composite Images from Japan.
There are many more composites located in each section Gallery
in the Photoshelter Collection as well as in the Japan Composites Gallery.

This page displays composites that have already been prepared for clients.
If you have a composite request, contact Ron Reznick for custom service
(contact information is located in a banner at the bottom of each page).

Smaller sizes than the original composite size are also available.

Clicking a thumbnail will open the large version in a new tab or window.

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Images in this section are in a number of different Galleries on the Photoshelter website.
The Banner below leads to the Japan Collections page where a Gallery can be selected.

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There are 21 Galleries in the Photoshelter Japan Collection

Composites are located in each of the Photoshelter Japan Galleries
The Composites on this page are in the Japan Composites Gallery

If you are interested in a Composite that is not on the Photoshelter website,
contact Ron Reznick (contact information is at the bottom of this page)

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Japan Special Select XXXL M
1714 x 1200 version (710 KB)

12 Selected images from Japan, XXXL (11015 x 7713), 57 MB.

Framed with the Shinkyo and Tozai Kairo panels, this composite displays:

        Top Row:          Todaiji Daibutsuden; Nara Daibutsu; Sumiyoshi Taisha Taiko Bashi Bridge;
                                  Heian Jingu Shrine Soryu-ro (Blue Dragon Tower);

        Center Row:    Geisha (Gion, Kyoto); Izumo no Okuni (Gion, Kyoto);
                                  Zochoten (Toji Kodo), Agyoh Horyuji Chumon;

        Bottom Row:   Kenchoji Butsuden and Hatto; Kotoku-in Kamakura Daibutsu; Sanjusangendo
                                 (Kinnara and Senju-Kannons), Himeji Castle Tenshu, Inui and Nishi Shotenshu

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Japan: Cultural Potpourri XXXL M
1598 x 1200 (653 KB)

This Composite is available in XXXL (9670 x 7262), 48 MB

Framed with Shinkyo and Tozai Kairo panel scenes are the following images:

      Top Row:          Nikko: Ishidorii Stone Torii, Agyoh Nio Guardian (Omotemon), Nemuri Neko (Sleeping Cat),
                                Sansaru (Three Monkeys) Mizaru, Iwazaru, Kikazaru (See no Evil, Speak no Evil, Hear no Evil),
                                Toshogu Shrine (Lower Level);

      Center Row:     Hasedera Jizo Bosatsu, Ofuna Kannon, Geisha (Gion, Kyoto),
                                 Katsuoji Mizuko Kannon, Kotoku-in Kamakura Daibutsu;

      Bottom Row:     Imperial Palace Kusunoki Masashige, Izumo no Okuni (Gion, Kyoto),
                                 Toyotomi Hideyoshi (Osaka Castle), Himeji Castle (South View)

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Japan Select SXXXL M
1713 x 1250 (807 KB)

An M-sized version of the SXXXL (14510 x 10586) 110 MB Composite.
This large composite image displays 24 selected Castles, Temples, Shrines,
Sculptures and Garden images, framed with the Shinkyo Sansaru (Three Monkeys)
panels and Tozai Kairo Wildlife Panels by Hidari Jingoro and the Tanyu School Painters.

          Castles:          Osaka; Okayama; Himeji South and West; Ninomaru Palace;
          Temples:        Todaiji; Kenchoji; Toji; Horyuji; Shitennoji;
          Shrines:          Nikko Kamijinko and Tozai Kairo Panels; Tsurugaoka Hachimangu
                                  Kaguraden; Heian Jingu Soryo-ru;
          Sculptures:     Sanjusangendo Apsara and Senju-Kannon; Kenchoji Jizo Bosatsu;
                                  Toji Dainichi Nyorai and Amida; Nara Daibutsu; Kamakura Daibutsu;
          Gardens:        Keitakuen; Philosopher's Path Sakura; Ninomaru Garden;
                                  Imperial Palace Moat Sakura; Korakuen Pond

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Heian Shrine SXXL M
1906 x 900 (677 KB)

This Composite is available in SXXL (7412 x 3500), 21 MB

Heian Jingu Imperial Shrine:
Torii Gate, Otenmon Gate, Daigokden Main Hall,
Soryu-ro Blue Dragon Tower (with Sakura, front view, oblique)

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Kiyomizudera Temple XXXL
1765 x 900 (631 KB)

This Composite is available in XXXL (9904 x 5050), 40 MB

          Left Column:                   Jizo Bosatsu; Daikokuten
          Center Left Column:      Kyodo; Tamurado; Tamurado, Kyodo and Sanjunoto
          Center Column:             Niomon; Vermilion Sakura
          Center Right Column:   View from Koyasunoto; Hondo, Kairo, Todoroki-mon, Sanjunoto;
                                                  Hondo and Butai
          Right Column:                Stele (Nenpi Kannon Riki), Saimon, Sanjunoto; Sanjunoto

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Horyuji Temple XXXL
UNESCO World Heritage Site
1626 x 1000 (527 KB)

Horyuji is one of Japan’s oldest temples (607 AD),
and contains the world’s oldest wooden structures.

This Composite is available in XXXL (10696 x 6580), 50 MB

        Left Column:                   Chumon, Gojunoto; Kairo, Chumon; Chumon (interior); Kyozo
        Center (top row):            Ungyou and Agyoh, Japan’s Oldest Nio (711 AD)
        Center (center block):    Yakushi Nyorai, Jikokuten and Nikko Bosatsu
        Center (bottom row):      Kudari-ryu (descending dragon); Gakko Bosatsu, Yakushi Nyorai;
                                                 Nobori-ryu (ascending dragon)
        Center (bottom left):       Kondo and Gojunoto; (bottom right): Kondo
                                                 world’s oldest wooden structures
        Right Column:                 Monk’s Quarters; East Kairo; Rai-do; Yumedono

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Todaiji SXXL
UNESCO World Heritage Site
1549 x 1290 (662 KB)

Todaiji contains the Daibutsuden (world’s largest timber building)
which houses the Nara Daibutsu (the world’s largest bronze statue).

This Composite is available in SXXL (7412 x 6171), 36 MB

        Top Row:          Daibutsuden (world’s largest timber building)
        Center:              Komokuten (Guardian of the West), Nyoirin Kannon (wish-fulfilling Bodhisattva),
                                   Nara Daibutsu (world’s largest bronze statue), Kokuzo Bosatsu (Bodhisattva of Wisdom),
                                   Tamonten (Deva King, Guardian of the North)
        Bottom Row:     Nara Daibutsu (world’s largest bronze statue), aka Birushana, Rushana Nyorai, Vairocana

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Hasedera SXXL
(Hase Kannon Temple)
1665 x 1200 (767 KB)

Todaiji contains the Daibutsuden (world’s largest timber building)
which houses the Nara Daibutsu (the world’s largest bronze statue).

This Composite is available in SXXL (7835 x 5646), 39 MB

        Top Row:          Kannon-do (Kannon Hall); Rinzo Rotating Sutra Library; Hojo-Ike Garden Pond;
        Center:              (left): Monumental Stone Marker; (right): Zochoten, Jikokuten, and Taishakuten
        Bottom Row:    Jizo Bosatsu; Taishakuten; Benten (Benzaiten); Fudo Myoo; Yakuyoke Amida Nyorai

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Shitennoji SXXL
1512 x 1000 (577 KB)

Shitennoji is one of Japan’s oldest temples (593 AD).
It has been rebuilt many times due to destruction by disasters.

This Composite is available in SXXL (7646 x 5058), 32 MB

        Top Row:          Tamonten and Komokuten; Gojunoto 5-story Pagoda, Kondo Golden Hall;
                                  Jikokuten and Zochoten;
        Center:              Bronze Dragon; Rokujido Worsip Hall;
        Bottom Row:    Jikokuten and Zochoten; Juichimen Kannon; Yakushi Nyorai; Nyoirin Kannon;
                                  Tamonten and Komokuten

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Japanese Temples XXXL
1700 x 1200 (681 KB)

This Composite is available in XXXL (9916 x 7000), 49 MB

          Top Row:                    Toji Kondo; Chion-in Sanmon; Tenryuji Kuri; Todaiji Daibutsuden
          Upper Center Row:   Kenchoji Butsuden and Hatto; Kenchoji Bonsho;
                                              Sanjusangendo; Shitennoji Kondo and Gojunoto
          Lower Center Row:   Horyuji Kondo and Gojunoto; Horyuji Chumon;
                                              Kiyomizudera Sanjunoto, Kyozo and Tamurado; Kiyomizudera Hondo
          Bottom Row:              Hasedera Kannon-do; Nanzenji Sanmon; Ginkakuji; Kinkakuji

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Castles of Japan SXXL
1539 x 1200 (545 KB)

This Composite is available in SXXL (7374 x 5748), 29 MB

(from top left, left to right): Okayama Castle; Himeji Castle; Nijo Castle Moat;
Ninomaru Palace (Nijo Castle); Inui Yagura and Sengan Yagura (Osaka Castle)
Tatsumi Yagura and Hikaebashira of Shimizumon (Imperial Palace); Osaka Castle

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Japanese Pagodas SXXL M
1500 x 1000 (500 KB)

This Composite is available in SXXL (8240 x 5493), 32 MB

Sankeien Tomyoji Sanjunoto; Horyuji Gojunoto; Shitennoji Gojunoto; Nikko Gojunoto; Kofukuji Gojunoto
Bottom Row:   Kiyomizudera Sanjunoto; Nikko Gojunoto; Sankeien Tomyoji Sanjunoto; Katsuoji Tahoto

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Horyuji and Kofukuji Gojunoto 9959, 9926 XL
1500 x 1236 (431 KB)

Available as an XL Composite (3244 x 2577)

Horyuji Gojunoto (5-story pagoda) is the world’s oldest wooden pagoda.
Kofukuji Gojunoto is Japan’s second tallest pagoda. Both are in Nara.

Horyuji Gojunoto was built in 710, and along with the Horyuji Kondo
(the main hall, built in 700) is one of the world’s oldest wooden structures.

Kofukuji Gojunoto was built in 725 (last rebuilt in 1426) and is Japan’s 2nd tallest pagoda.

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Japanese Buddhas SXXL
1581 x 1000 (655 KB)

This Composite is available in SXXL (8222 x 5200), 37 MB

      Left Column:                   Engakuji Crowned Shaka Nyorai; Yakushi Nyorai and Soseki
      Left Center Column:      Kamakura Daibutsu; Kenchoji Jizo Bosatsu; Toji Dainichi Nyorai and Amida
      Right Center Column:   Kamakura Daibutsu; Todaiji Nara Daibutsu; Horyuji Yakushi Nyorai and Gakko Bosatsu
      Right Column:                Hasedera Amida Nyorai; Shitennoji Yakushi Nyorai
       

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Kamakura Daibutsu XXL
1430 x 1290 (629 KB)

The 45 foot, 750 year old Daibutsu at Kotoku-in, Kamakura
This Composite is available in XXL (4916 x 4436), 17 MB

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Kamakura Daibutsu SXXL
1668 x 900 (550 KB)

The Kamakura Daibutsu... the iconic image of Japan.
This Composite is available in SXXL (7412 x 4000), 24 MB

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Japanese Kannon Sculptures SXXL
1427 x 1290 (777 KB)

This Composite is available in SXXL (8200 x 7412), 51 MB

(from top row, left to right):      Ofuna Kannon; Satsukiyama Jibo-Kannon; Ryozen Kannon;
Ofuna Sho-Kannon; Tenryuji Maria-Kannon; Shitennoji Nyoirin Kannon; Katsuoji Senju-Kannon and Mizuko Kannon
Shitennoji Juichimen Kannon; Sanjusangendo Ashura and Senju Kannons; Todaiji Nyorin-Kannon

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Shitennoji Nyoirin Kannon 9000 9003 teal framed XXL
1543 x 900 (413 KB)

The Nyoirin Kannon at Shitennoji Temple in Osaka.

This Composite is available in XXL (6473 x 3775), 13 MB
There is also a similar XXL version with a black matte,
and a XXL standard composite (5178 x 2464).

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Nikko Lower Level XXL
1118 x 1200 (709 KB)

This Composite is available in XXL (4938 x 5300), 26 MB

          Top:        Ishidorii Stone Torii Gate; Kyozo Sutra Storehouse; Koro Drum Tower;
          Center:   Kamijinko Storehouse; Kitouden Prayer Hall; Kaguraden Dance Stage;
          Bottom:  Tozai Kairo Roofed Colonnade; Shinyosha Mikoshi Shed

This is the left side of the Nikko Toshogu Shrine Composite.

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Nikko Upper Level XXL
1118 x 1200 (719 KB)

This Composite is available in XXL (4938 x 5300), 27 MB

          Top:          Yomeimon Gate to Honsha; Yomeimon Dragon Detail;
          Center:     Honden Main Hall; Honden Karamon Gate Detail;
          Bottom:    Inukimon Single-cast Gate; Okusha Hoto Mausoleum Pagoda
                           for Tokugawa Ieyasu and Mausoleum Offerings

This is the right side of the Nikko Toshogu Shrine Composite.

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Nikko Toshogu Shrine XXXL
1652 x 750 (717 KB)

This Composite is available in XXXL (11676 x 5300), 62 MB

Left Side:
Ishidorii Stone Torii Gate; Kyozo Sutra Storehouse; Koro Drum Tower;
Kamijinko Storehouse; Kitouden Prayer Hall; Kaguraden Dance Stage;
Tozai Kairo Roofed Colonnade; Shinyosha Mikoshi Shed

Center Section:
Sansaru (Three Monkeys): See no Evil, Speak no Evil, Hear no Evil;
Tozai Kairo Wildlife Panels: Hou-ou (Asian Phoenix); Ducks; Mandarin Ducks; Cranes; Night Herons

Right Side:
Yomeimon Gate to Honsha; Yomeimon Dragon Detail; Honden Main Hall; Honden Karamon Gate Detail;
Inukimon Single-cast Gate; Okusha Hoto Mausoleum Pagoda for Tokugawa Ieyasu and Mausoleum Offerings

There is also a Framed Version of the Nikko Toshogu Shrine Composite (shown below)

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Nikko Toshogu Shrine SXXXL
1118 x 1200 (709 KB)

This Composite is available in SXXXL (14511 x 8288), 82 MB

Framed with Shinkyo Sansaru (Three Monkeys) panels and Tozai Kairo Nature Panels

Left Side:
Ishidorii Stone Torii Gate; Kyozo Sutra Storehouse; Koro Drum Tower; Kamijinko Storehouse;
Kitouden Prayer Hall; Kaguraden Dance Stage; Tozai Kairo Roofed Colonnade; Shinyosha Mikoshi Shed

Center Section:
Sansaru (Three Monkeys): See no Evil, Speak no Evil, Hear no Evil;
Tozai Kairo Wildlife Panels: Hou-ou (Asian Phoenix); Ducks; Mandarin Ducks; Cranes; Night Herons

Right Side:
Yomeimon Gate to Honsha; Yomeimon Dragon Detail; Honden Main Hall; Honden Karamon Gate Detail;
Inukimon Single-cast Gate; Okusha Hoto Mausoleum Pagoda for Tokugawa Ieyasu and Mausoleum Offerings

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Three Monkeys and Kairo Panels SXL
1208 x 1000 (617 KB)

This Composite is available in SXL (3600 x 2981)

A separate composite of the center section of the
Nikko Toshogu Shrine composite (with a different layout):
Sansaru (Three Monkeys): See no Evil, Speak no Evil, Hear no Evil;
Tozai Kairo Wildlife Panels: Hou-ou (Asian Phoenix); Ducks; Mandarin Ducks; Cranes; Night Herons

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Tozai Kairo Wildlife Panels SXL
1232 x 1000 (773 KB)

This Composite is available in SXL (3610 x 2930)

Tozai Kairo Wildlife Sculpture Panels by Hidari Jingoro, painted by the Tanyu School (Mitsuda-e):

Pheasant; Hou-ou (Asian Phoenix); Pheasant with Chicks; Grouse; Hou-ou; Quail with Chicks

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Sansaru Shinkyo Panels SXL
1423 x 750 (561 KB)

This Composite is available in SXL (4020 x 2119)

The Sansaru (Three Monkeys) panels on the front of the
Shinkyo (Sacred Horse Stable) at Nikko Toshogu Shrine
(sculpted by Hidari Jingoro, Tanyu School Mitsuda-e)

        The mother monkey looks into the future of her child, the child looks into the mother’s face with trust;
        Mizaru, Iwazaru, Kikazaru (See no Evil, Speak no Evil, Hear no Evil);
        The child prepares for independence;
        Look to the sky with great ambition (clouds symbolize ambition);
        Live your life with honor, friends look out for one another

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Images in this section are in a number of different Galleries on the Photoshelter website.
The Banner below leads to the Japan Collections page where a Gallery can be selected.

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There are 21 Galleries in the Photoshelter Japan Collection

Composites are located in each of the Photoshelter Japan Galleries
The Composites on this page are in the Japan Composites Gallery

If you are interested in a Composite that is not on the Photoshelter website,
contact Ron Reznick (contact information is at the bottom of this page)

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