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The internal organs of the body as defined in Chinese medicine kanpou Š¿•û. A model of the internal organs, made of silk and other materials, can be found inside the Seiryouji Shaka nyoraizou ´™yŽ›Žß‰Þ”@—ˆ‘œ (Kyoto), a statue believed to have been brought to Japan from China in 986 by the monk Chounen 톑R (?-1016). The insertion of the gozou roppu is believed to invest the statue with the spirit of a living being, a concept known as shoujin shisou ¶gŽv‘z. Gozou refers to the liver, heart, spleen, lungs and kidneys. Roppu refers to the small intestine, large intestine, gall bladder, stomach, bladder, and sanshou ŽOÅ (upper and middle stomach and upper bladder).
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