Yakushi-ji Temple
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Soudamini Mohapatra
Bangalore, India1 206 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
The temple was constructed in 747 by Empress Komyo as a place to pray. The main hall is supposed to be the place for reciting Buddhist prayers. In the hall the Healing Buddha with a jar of medicines is in a seated position surrounded by 12 divine generals. The healing Buddha is made of wood, the generals are made of clay. The temple was damaged by fire, and rebuilt later. Wonderful temple, not to be missed.
Skrevet 5. mai 2024
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sahaooon
Kasugai, Japan12 235 bidrag
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jun. 2023 • Par
I went to see the East Pagoda, which was recently restored for the first time in 110 years. I was able to enter the building on the occasion of the commemorative visit, and was able to see the intricate wooden structure. The East Pagoda, a national treasure, and the West Pagoda, which was recreated in the Showa period, are asymmetrical despite being opposite each other, and I was surprised to learn that their heights are calculated to be the same in 500 or 1000 years, taking into account the shrinkage of the wood used and the sinking of the foundation.
Skrevet 29. januar 2024
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moomijan
Kobe, Japan1 670 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Familie
The towers arranged on the east and west sides and the colorful large lecture hall were impressive. Inside the tower, the sculptures depicting important events in the life of Buddha are displayed, and are so impressive that you can't help but stare at them. You can have a seal designed by Tripitaka Monk stamped on your goshuin book.
Skrevet 11. november 2023
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Michiko S
Taipei, Taiwan38 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Alene
The life of Buddha that I was able to see during the special viewing of the East and West Pagodas was wonderful. There weren't many tourists, so I was able to walk around quietly and calmly. When I visited the East Pagoda, I was able to catch a glimpse of the monks and helpers arranging seasonal flowers in vases to decorate the Buddha statues while praying, which was great. Not to mention the splendor of the Buddha statues enshrined there, I felt like my soul was cleansed. I think it was also great that I was able to visit on a nice day when the weather had cooled down.
Skrevet 13. oktober 2023
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Yokohama, Japan4 265 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Alene
This temple is the head temple of the Hosso sect of Buddhism and is located in Nishinokyo-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture. It is one of the Seven Great Temples of Nara. It was founded by Emperor Tenmu and its principal image is Yakushi Nyorai. In 1998, it was registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO as one of the constituent assets of the "Historic Assets of Ancient Nara". It was founded in Fujiwara-kyo, about 1,300 years ago during the Hakuho period, when Emperor Tenmu prayed for the recovery of his empress (later Empress Jito) from illness. It was later moved to its current location in 718 when the capital was moved to Heijō. There are two theories about the relocation: one is that the temple buildings and Buddhist statues were moved as they were, and the other is that only the temple's name was moved and the temple buildings and Buddhist statues were newly constructed. According to the former theory, the East Pagoda and Yakushi Triad were made in the Hakuho period, while according to the latter theory, they were made in the early Tenpyō period. This is a serious issue that divides the art history academic community, and the debate continues to this day. The unique arrangement of the two three-story pagodas, the East Pagoda and the West Pagoda, with the Golden Hall and the Lecture Hall at the center, is called the Yakushiji-style temple layout. This magnificent temple was destroyed by several fires, and only the East Pagoda remains as it was when it was first built. However, the Golden Hall was restored in 1976, the West Pagoda in 1981, and the Middle Gate, Corridor, and Xuanzang Sanzo-in Temple Complex were subsequently restored. The Great Lecture Hall was completed in 2003, and reconstruction is still ongoing with the aim of restoring the Hakuho Temple Complex. In 2017, the dining hall was rebuilt for the third time. The Xuanzang Sanzo-in Temple Complex is a brand new temple complex built in 1991, located to the north of the Hakuho Temple Complex, which includes the Golden Hall and the East Pagoda. The name of the temple, "Xuanzang Tripitaka", is a famous ancient Chinese monk who appears in "Journey to the West" and is known as the "Tri-Treasure Monk". He traveled to India to study Buddhism, and brought back the results and many scriptures to China, and is known as a person who played a major role in the development of Buddhist culture in East Asia. In addition, the "Hosso sect" founded by a monk called "Ci'en Daishiki", a disciple of Xuanzang, is the sect to which Yakushiji and Kofukuji belong in Japan, and Yakushiji and Kofukuji are the entities that inherit Xuanzang's teachings as their de facto founder. It was built to create an environment suitable for a temple that conveys Xuanzang's teachings to the modern day and to commemorate his virtues, and it is an extremely rare space for a temple in Nara City, with basically all of the buildings and exhibits being newly replaced.
Skrevet 5. oktober 2023
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riftuka c
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jul. 2023 • Venner
For history buffs, even if the main hall and the complex are not the original buildings, the East Pagoda and the Asuka period Buddha statue are worth the trip here. Unfortunately, the East Pagoda is under restoration. However, the scenario with large cranes and protective structures is also an interesting sight to understand the efforts being made to preserve this treasure of human history.
Skrevet 19. september 2023
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独歩行
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sep. 2023 • Alene
I would pass by the neighborhood and occasionally hear about new completions on the temple grounds. It had been decades since I last visited.

I realized that the copying of sutras and various other events were held for this purpose, and that this was the purpose behind the construction, installation and operation of the various halls, towers, corridors and so on.
Skrevet 16. september 2023
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OldBallonist
Kawasaki, Japan12 199 bidrag
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jun. 2023 • Par
50年弱ぶりに修学旅行の定番の薬師寺へ行きました。東塔は以前のままの姿でした。西塔は新しくたてられたのは知っていましたが、金堂や本堂も再建されたのは前回訪れた時より後だったと知りました。再建された建物群はきらびやかで陽光に映えていましたが、長い歴史を残ってきた東塔の趣が最高でした。鑑真像特別公開中の唐招提寺とは異なり、参詣客はそれほど多くなく、ゆっくりとした時間が過ごせました。
裏手に玄奘三蔵院伽藍に初めて行くと、平山郁夫の素晴らしい大唐西域壁画が特別公開されていて幸運でした。
Skrevet 25. juni 2023
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Tokyo, Japan24 720 bidrag
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jun. 2023
今年4月に落慶法要した《東塔》と中村晋也氏作の《東塔》初層内の《釈迦八相像》の内 因相[入胎、受生、受楽、苦行]を鑑賞する為に訪問しました。 今回 《東塔》の因相を鑑賞後 《西塔》初層内の釈迦八相像の内 果相[成道、転法輪、涅槃、分舎利]を続けて鑑賞すると 従来 《西塔》の果相だけを鑑賞していた時と異なり より釈迦の生涯を理解しやすく感じました。 又《西塔》が創建時のような雰囲気を持った極彩色に対し 《東塔》は 天平2年(730)創建から 1300年経過した感を残す外観となっており 奈良時代にタイムスリップさせてくれます。なお 《大講堂》の横に ハスの鉢がズラリと並んでいましたが 訪問した6月6日時点では まだ 咲いていたは 数輪でした。 近々【薬師寺】訪問予定の方は このハスの鉢の所迄 立ち寄って下さい、 ハスと東塔を重ねた景観をタップリ楽しめるかも知れませんので。 
Skrevet 15. juni 2023
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Yukiko K
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jun. 2023 • Venner
西の京駅から5分ほど、参道も静かで落ち着いている。
薬師縁日に出かけたので、金堂の中で読経に合わせてお参りができた。
写経道場ではコロナ禍で中止されていた接待が再開され、おうどんをいだきました。
お堂は50年かけて復興されてきたものなので、古の寺を期待して行かれるとちょっと違うかも・・・
でも1300年前に創建された時はこんなだったのかなぁ、と思いながら歩くのも良いと思います。
一つだけ疑問。写経道場で一巻分お納めするとその用紙に白鳳伽藍と三蔵院伽藍の当日拝観が付いてきます。でも、すでに白鳳伽藍で拝観料払って参拝した後だと「えっ、2度払うことになるの?」と混乱します。
次回行った時に聞いてみようと思います。
Skrevet 8. juni 2023
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