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Fukuoka, Japan40 896 bidrag
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jun. 2024 • Alene
紫陽花の池の写真を見て、久しぶりに来てみると人が多く混雑していました。 10時半過ぎに到着で、JR駅近くの駐車場に車を停めることができました。福岡方向からの道はかなり前から渋滞でした。駅周辺から涅槃仏まで人が多く、かなり驚きました。前回きた時は外国人観光客も韓国人のグループが一つぐらいだったのが様変わりでした。紫陽花の池は大きなものではありませんが、きれいなものでした。暖かい時期は始めてでしたが、膝や肩が出る服装はNGとの注意書きがありました。覆う布の貸し出しはしているようでした。
Skrevet 16. juni 2024
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Your Travel Buddy SG
Singapore, Singapore31 798 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Familie
This is a Buddhist temple known for its bronze statue of a reclining Buddha. The compound was pretty huge and we got lost trying to find the main temple initially. However, we asked some friendly locals and we managed to find the main temple compound. It was a bit of a walk from the entrance to the bronze Buddha statue. It was pretty mind blowing to see the actual statue itself. Apparently there was a story to this temple and the bronze Buddha which you can read before visiting to make the trip more enlightening. There were benches at the top and a small cafe where I got a cup of coffee and my kids got themselves some soft serve ice cream. It was very serene sitting there admiring the statue blending into the environment of greeneries.
Skrevet 20. mai 2024
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Antonio R
Malnate, Italia715 bidrag
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mai 2024 • Par
It's easy to get to, by train from Osaka. Then, on foot it is 15 minutes from the station, surrounded by greenery and stands out on the slope of the mountain. It's huge, and was built with the proceeds of a local monk's lottery win, and has been the temple of luck ever since!
Skrevet 11. mai 2024
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mai 2024 • Venner
We traveled here by JR train from Hakata station, when you arrive it’s a small walk to the temple. At first you will enter Kidonotaki Fudodo, here u can walk around in natura (quite a climb) to see buddhas. After u can visit the reclining Buddha, which was beautiful to see. We honestly expected it to be bigger due to other pictures, but it was still a lovely sight!

It was very busy, but still enjoyable. We enjoyed an icecream up top.

Entry: free
Skrevet 5. mai 2024
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Krubee
Singapore, Singapore655 bidrag
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apr. 2023 • Par
One of the highlights and must visit trips we have in Fukuoka last Spring was to see and make merits at the largest reclining Bronze statue of Buddha in the world - Nanzo-in Temple. Originally located in Mt. Koya in 1035 until it was moved to Sasaguri in 1899. The temple is located along Sasaguri walking pilgrimage route, one of the three famous in Japan. To get there, from Hakata our base, we took the Sasaguri Line and alight at Kidonanzoin-mae. If I could remember this local train is also covered by JR Pass and it takes about 30 mins. It was a rainy and cold day that day and we had a rainy ride passing from the city of Hakato, Fukuoka to the countryside passing by tunnels, mountains and forest. Its amazing to see the sudden change in scenery in just a few mins. We arrived half past 1 in the afternoon and it was quite cold again and rainy but this time were prepared with Jackets and brought 2 umbrellas with us. From the station we crossed the street unto a small bridge passing through a charming stream and just followed the sign to the shrine. We expect less visitors today since its raining but there’s still quite a few people up there. Before we walked up the marbled stairs, I found a cute Japanese store selling souvenirs and decided to get 1 small transparent umbrella for myself so we won’t have to share and after getting the umbrella of course I must take those Lovely shots by the entrance of the shrine.

I always adore and loved going to Temples and Shrines because their surrounded by lovely Japanese-style gardens which is known for its simple yet iconic aesthetics that makes an unassuming statement like the sculptures, perfectly curated trees, plants and flowers, water fountains, wooden pointed stations, marbled signages, and symmetrical pathways. Nothing could get more relaxing and romantic walking along these steps on a rainy day with less crowds - only in Japan. If I could remember we don’t have entrance fee when entering the temple (refer to more recent info). As a sacred place of prayer, proper etiquettes must be followed and we must remember that it is a not a sight seeing spot but a place of worship (refer to proper etiquettes guide). One of the most important etiquette is proper clothing - such as short pants and mini-skirts are not allowed. We entered the main shrine of the reclining Buddha from its right side and the walk from the entrance is not that long. We just followed the visitors and the path leading to it. The Bronze statue of the reclining Buddha is the largest in the world with a total length of 41m, height of 11m and weighs 300 tons. Throughout the years, because of oxidation the corrosion of metal can cause Patina contributing to the change from Brown to Blue Green which we see right now. The Buddha lies in front of a hillside with abundance greeneries and trees. In front of the Buddha is a very huge and spacious courtyard with marbled floorings. The statue depicts Buddha before he enters the stage of Nirvana. I noticed several smaller Buddha statues seating below the main statue right by the stairs and lots of Blue Green metal jars with signages which I am still finding the right meaning of them - could be days or a place where ashes/bones of the deceased are housed. There is also a candle votive for lighting up candles for offerings and a censer, which is the vessel to offer and burn your incense. There are information stations on both sides of the statues and an Observation lookout tower on the left side which was closed when we came that day.

One of the most beautiful Leaning Buddha statues I’ve been and seen the flowy and layering pattern of the clothes are truly intricate and perfectly symmetrical. The beaded crown or Usnisha of the Buddha is absolutely elegant and ornate. And the Golden Urna is really powerful and immaculate indicating Buddha’s supernational prowess. At the bottom of Buddha’s feet depicts several Golden footprints like Fish, Stars to name a few. After taking a couple of photos and videos around Buddha and the courtyard we also bought some souvenir Amulets, White and Pink candles and Green incenses for our offerings which mentioned earlier. Just across the Buddha is an enclosed resting area where you could eat and drink and shelter from cold or rain or heat but strictly no noise/music are adhered. Right outside the covered shelter you will also have a magnificent and stunning view of the countryside with Hilly forests and traditional rooftiled homes surrounding Nanzoin temple.

After an hour with Buddha we decided to call it a day and the exit leads us to a Glorious path of natural landscape of different plants, flowers and trees. There are several small Buddha statues located along the path in both natural rock, marble and other types of stones. There is a path along the mountain side where you could have a scenic view of the roads down below and is barricaded with metal barriers. And just right by the exit there is a small shop selling amulets and where you could write your merits/prayers/wishes on an Ema or small wooden plaques for the Gods to receive. We passed by a very beautiful tunnel with Red floor, White Walls and brightly lit upon our exit leading to a picturesque Red Tori Gate amongst the abundance of Forests Trees/Plants, small bridges, aesthetic sculptures and gently flowing streams. What an idyllic and romantic place it is!!!

If you ever visit Fukuoka then this is a must visit place because other than its only 30 mins away from the city, not only you will encounter the world’s Biggest Bronze statue of Leaning Buddha, experience the wonderful countryside and natural landscape of Nanzoin and Sasaguri, you get the chance to offer your merits, worship and pray to Lord Buddha for another safe and wonderful life and journey ahead of you all!!! See you soon Nanzoin Temple!!! Mata neh!!! =:)
Skrevet 12. mars 2024
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May-_-Tripp
UK227 bidrag
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jan. 2024 • Par
The statue is the largest reclining bronze Buddha statue, though it’s actually painted so you don’t get see a bronze statue. The statue is free to visit ( though you will have to pay for parking). The shrine (and statue) is surprisingly new and mostly concrete, which does take the edge off it a bit as a tourist attraction, but obviously is still a place of worship
Skrevet 13. januar 2024
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SophiaK
Aten, Hellas1 198 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Par
Nanzoin is a Buddhist temple that is home to the world's largest bronze reclining Buddha. The statue measures 41m in length and 11m in height. Not only the statue but the beauty of the temple grounds is surrounded by a dense forest which was really impressive. The statue of the Acalantha, the god of fire stands guard at the entrance of the temple. Various small caves and edifices carved in the rock contain pilgrimage sites and religious amulets. There is a parking in the opposite side of the street of where the temple is. At the time of this writing, near the exit of the parking in one of the food stalls a lady was selling fried sweet potatoes covered in sugar! Simply delicious!
Skrevet 12. januar 2024
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bouin boushoku man
Saitama, Japan196 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Par
· Admission is free by default
· I felt a strong religious sentiment
· The grounds are large and there are many things to see
· Sightseeing takes about an hour
· It's not as touristy as Dazaifu, so there aren't many shops
· Revealing clothing is a no-no
Skrevet 27. november 2023
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Rainbowvoyage
Chiang Mai, Thailand49 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Venner
Gorgeous 41-meters reclining Buddha, tucked away in the mountaintop. Nazoin Temple is one of the wonder definitely worth to visit if visiting Fukuoka. Very calm and serene, surrounded by lish green. Easy access by train from Hakata Station. A good half day tour.
Skrevet 15. oktober 2023
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cabgawtravels
Quezon City, Filippinene114 bidrag
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jul. 2023 • Familie
Located in the mountains in a quiet part of town, the trip to Nanzoin is one of the highlights of our vacation. Stepping off the train is like entering into another world of meditative peace and harmony with nature. There’s a short trek to the temple where the reclining buddha can be seen. It’s amazingly huge (they say it’s the same size as the Statue of Liberty lying down). They sell great Matcha soft-serve ice cream by the way! Worth a visit for any traveller visiting Fukuoka.
Skrevet 13. august 2023
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