In the 1930s, Insho began actively producing paintings on religious (Buddhist) themes. He produced paintings for sliding doors, screens, and walls of Buddhist temples across Japan. He painted numerous works for Saiho-ji, Chishaku-in, To-ji, Ninna-ji, and Honen-in temples in Kyoto.

Self-Portrait, Domoto Insho, 1935, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
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Six Avalokitesvaras (Kanzenon), Domoto Insho, 1937, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
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Hares playing in the Spring Field, Domoto Insho, 1938, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
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Auspicious Wind Blowing Through Pines, Domoto Insho, 1940, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
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Auspicious Wind Blowing Through Pines, Domoto Insho, 1940, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
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Birth of Prince Shotoku, Domoto Insho, 1947, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
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A Family, Domoto Insho, 1949, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
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