a Buddhist foot stone
The Buddhist foot stone is a stone graven the shape of the back of the Buddha's foot. In the India, before the statues were carved, Buddha's symbolism was symbolically represented by Buddhist stones and lime trees, and people worshiped them as Buddhas.
This Buddhist foot stone is the one that was made in May, Meiji 14 by the request of the person in charge of the 70th Fukuda line Makoto, Yamauchi Taisei Matsuto, and the Buddhist statues, the sutra, and the origin etc. are carved on the side.