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Manuela
Manuela
October 4, 2017
Sanjūsangen-dō is a Buddhist temple known for its great collection of statues representing the whole Buddhist pantheon of divinities.
Yoshi & Ariya
Yoshi & Ariya
November 8, 2018
Sanjusangendo (三十三間堂, Sanjūsangendō) is the popular name for Rengeo-in, a temple in eastern Kyoto which is famous for its 1001 statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy. The temple was founded in 1164 and rebuilt a century later after the original structure had been destroyed in a fire. TIP: A must…
Kyoto
Kyoto
February 22, 2019
At this place, you can see thousand statues of Buddha. They are so great. You will feel something mysterious there. Sanjusangendo is close to Kyoto National Museum, so you should go both.
Ryoji
Ryoji
September 9, 2017
1000体が並べられた観音立像には圧巻です。
Hasu
Hasu
December 25, 2019
The Sanjūsangendō sis known for its impressive collection of Buddhist statues. There you can have a good introduction to Buddhist deities as the whole gods are represented in a long wooden buildings made of 33 intervals (hence the name of the building itself).
Tomo
Tomo
October 12, 2017
Sanjusangendo (三十三間堂) Temple
Cole
Cole
March 27, 2019
Temple with 1001 human sized statues
Matatabi
Matatabi
February 27, 2020
This temple is most famous for its long main hall (the longest in Japan!) and the collection of sculptures it houses, including 1001 Thousand-armed Kannon, 28 standing attendants, a statue of Fūjin and a statue of Raijin, and the principal image of the temple, a big seated statue of Thousand-armed…

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Buddhist Temple
“Few travellers make the journey all the way out to this sprawling temple complex, but most who do find it a pleasant spot. It’s certainly a good counterpoint to the crowded and more famous temples nearby. Originally containing more than 60 structures, Ninna-ji was built in 888 and is the head temple of the Omuro branch of the Shingon school. The present temple buildings, including a five-storey pagoda, date from the 17th century.”
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“Ryoanji Temple (龍安寺, Ryōanji) is the site of Japan's most famous rock garden, which attracts hundreds of visitors every day. Originally an aristocrat's villa during the Heian Period, the site was converted into a Zen temple in 1450 and belongs to the Myoshinji school of the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism, whose head temple stands just a kilometer to the south. As for the history of Ryoanji's famous rock garden, the facts are less certain. The garden's date of construction is unknown and there are a number of speculations regarding its designer. The garden consists of a rectangular plot of pebbles surrounded by low earthen walls, with 15 rocks laid out in small groups on patches of moss. An interesting feature of the garden's design is that from any vantage point at least one of the rocks is always hidden from the viewer.”
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Buddhist Temple
“Serene temple with historic shrines & a bamboo grove, plus a teahouse hosting seasonal ceremonies.”
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Shrine
“Heian Shrine (Heian Jingu in Japanese) is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in the city. Located in a beautiful part of Kyoto where you also find the Museum of Art, the zoo and Okazaki Park, all a few meters apart from each other. Only a 5 to 7-min walk from our KYOBU-Higashiyama house and Hotel MATERIAL.”
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“This temple is the head temple of the Tofukuji School of the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism. The Honbo garden and red leaves in autumn are very famous.”
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Staðsetning
Sanjūsangendōmawari, Kyōto-fu 605-0941
Sími+81 75-561-0467