A Buddhist scripture passed down as one of the treasures of Jakko-ji Temple on Mount Tatsugane
, which the Oshu-Fujiwara clan used as a place of worship. The text of the sutra is copied in gold and silver ink onto indigo paper. It is believed to be part of an ornate Buddhist scripture set from Chuson-ji Temple
in Hiraizumi. Not only is it evidence that religion during that period was supported by gold, but it also serves as evidence that the Buddhist sites developed on Mount Tatsugane were strongly influenced by the Oshu-Fujiwara clan.