Tōdai-ji

Tōdai-ji (日本語: 東大寺) is a tourist attraction, one of the Buddhist temples in Mikarasuchō, Japan. It is located: 9.7 km from Nara, 93 km from Osaka, 335 km from Nagoya.

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Location

, N34°41'19", E135°50'23". Get directions

Contact

Telephone: +81 742-22-5511

Website: www.todaiji.or.jp

Open hours
  • Sat-Sun 9:00 AM–6:00 PM
  • Mon-Thu 10:00 AM–5:00 PM

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Artyom Fedosov
26 May 2016
Was built in 752 as the main temple of the Japanese Buddhism. The main hall became about 30% smaller after reconstruction in the 17th century, but still be the biggest wooden building in the world.
Nick Tan
26 October 2014
Marvel at the sight of the largest wooden building in the world, but be prepared for the deluge of people. Never show paper to the deer as they will eat it. Watch out for deer poop along the way!
Aldona
14 August 2016
The size of the Daibutsu blew my mind. BLEW. MY. MIND. Lots of other interesting statues inside. You probably know this but if you are to choose one spot in Nara to visit, this is it.
龍
17 August 2016
建造物の多くが南大門、大仏殿、八角燈籠、本坊経庫、鐘楼、開山堂、中門、念仏堂、三昧堂をはじめ国宝・重文で、奈良時代の遺構として転害門、金剛力士像、如意輪観音坐像、虚空蔵菩薩坐像をはじめ、各時代の美術品・文化財を多数残している。宝永6年 (1709年) 再建の大仏殿は、日本最大の木造建造物。平成10年 (1998年)【古都奈良の文化財】の一つとしてユネスコ世界遺産 (文化遺産) に登録されている。
Massara Nati …
1 October 2013
【世界文化遺産】「奈良の大仏」として知られる盧舎那仏を本尊としている。奈良時代には中心堂宇の大仏殿(金堂)のほか、東西2つの七重塔を含む大伽藍が整備されたが、中世以降、2度の兵火で多くの建物を焼失した。現存する大仏は、台座などの一部に当初の部分を残すのみであり、現存する大仏殿は江戸時代の18世紀初頭の再建で、創建当時の堂に比べ、間口が3分の2に縮小されている。(Wikipediaより抜粋)
龍
17 August 2016
華厳宗大本山の寺院で、南都七大寺の一、正称は金光明四天王護国之寺。言わずと知れた奈良を代表する観光地の一つ。8世紀初め、聖武天皇の発願により創建、行基が勧進し、開基は良弁。当時の日本に60余り国に建立させた国分寺の中心をなす「総国分寺」としても位置付けられた。本尊は盧遮那仏像 (国宝、通称は奈良の大仏) として親しまれている。
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