The storage where the statues exist are always close. In particular, however, it is open four times a year; March 3, April 15, May 15, and October 19. Today is May 15. So, I went to Jyorakuji Temple.
I got off at JR Zushi Station. I then took a bus and got off at Jyorakuji bus stop. It took about 30 minutes from Zushi Station to Jyorakuji Temple by bus.
I entered the storage, and watched 5 statues: Amida triad (Amida, Kannon, Seishi), Fudo-myoo, and Bisyamon-ten. All statues were terrific. Amida triad was elegant. Fudo-myoo and Bisyamon-ten look powerful, which Samurai loved. I rediscover that Unkei is one of the best sculptors in Japanese history.
Main hall in Jyorakuji Temple. The storage is located behind the main hall.