The "Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara" include 6 temples: Todaiji, Kasuga-Taisha, Kofukuji, Yakushiji, Toshodaiji and Gangouji. Todaiji is a noteworthy example, visited by Japanese students on school trips and tourists from all over the world. This temple was built by order of Emperor Shomu (ruling from 724 to 749) in order to protect the country. The 14.7-meter-high Great Buddha in the Daibutsuden (Great Buddha Hall) symbolizes Nara, and his pose of holding up the palm of his right hand to the front while placing his left hand on his knee with the palm upwards means that he gives strength to the people with his right hand while promising to grant their wishes with his left. The main body of the Buddha has been repaired many times over the years, but the lotus petal part used as the foundation and both legs are as they were when first made. The building, reconstructed in the Edo era, is the largest-scale ancient wooden building in the world.


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Kotonoyado Musashino

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    • Area : Nara, Nara, JP
    • Type : Ryokan
    • Code : 5810-017

    Kotonoyado Musashino is situated inside the Nara Park and Mt. Wakakusa in the front, Kasuga Taisha Shrine in the right and the Great Buddha hall to the left. Sometimes deers of Nara Park come in to the gate!

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