|In this article abbreviated stories about history of temples in Hokuriku province is discussed about. Jodo Sinsyu sect, which is known for its strong faith in Prince Shotoku, is prevalent in this region, and they have published abbreviated stories about a statue of Shotoku which has been enshrined in their temples. These stories have two patterns. One is about "a statue of Shoroku who recites a name of Namu Butu" and another is about "a statue of Shotroku who serves his father devotedly". Especially former statues are popular in Jodo Sinsyu sect because they have a doctrine that recommends enthusiastic practice of reciting the phrase Namu Amida Butsu. And the contents of abbreviated stories are extracted from "Shotoku Taishi Denryaku" but differ in details. Authors of such articles made a story about statue without strict restrictions. For example they mentioned freely who had made a statue.