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A Buddhist sculpture workshop *bussho •§Š, active from the 11-14c and located in Kyoto's Rokujou madenokouji ˜Zð–œ—¢¬˜H. It was established by Inchou ‰@’© (dates unknown), son of Injo ‰@• (?-1106), the founder of the *Inpa ‰@”h school, as an offshoot of the Inpa workshop *shichijou oomiya bussho Žµð‘å‹{•§Š. One of the major groups of Kyoto sculptors *kyoto busshi ‹ž“s•§Žt, who flourished in the late Heian period, that received commissions from the Imperial court and nobility. Rokujou madenokouji bussho gradually declined in the Kamakura period along with other Kyoto based Inpa and *Enpa ‰~”h workshops, because the Kamakura government favored the Nara based *Keiha Œc”h school.
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