Dedication of the Great Buddha

Dedication of the Great Buddha
Dedication of the Great Buddha
Directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa
Written by [Teinosuke Kinugasa
Ryuichiro Yagi
Starring Shinobu Araki
Cinematography Kôhei Sugiyama
Release date(s) 20 March 1952
Running time 129 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Dedication of the Great Buddha (大仏開眼 Daibutsu kaigen?) is a 1952 Japanese film directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.[1]


  • Shinobu Araki - Ryôben
  • Kôtarô Bandô
  • Kazuo Hasegawa - Kunihito Tateto
  • Sumiko Hidaka - Morime Ômiya
  • Tatsuya Ishiguro
  • Ryosuke Kagawa
  • Toshiaki Konoe
  • Kanji Koshiba
  • Yataro Kurokawa - Nakamaro Fujiwara
  • Machiko Kyô - Mayame
  • Mitsuko Mito - Sakuyako Tachibana
  • Shozo Nanbu
  • Shintarô Nanjô
  • Joji Oka - Naramaro Tachibana
  • Denjirô Ôkôchi - Gyôki
  • Sakae Ozawa - Kimimaro Kuninaka
  • Mitsusaburô Ramon - Sakamaro
  • Taiji Tonoyama
  • Kenjiro Uemura - Shônan Shinjô


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