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雲中供養菩薩像, 南2号像/Unchu Kuyo Bodhisattva

2010秋、平等院(5):11月20(5):平等院の宝物、平等院鳳翔館の収蔵品 (宇治

雲中供養菩薩像, 南2号像/Unchu Kuyo Bodhisattva

The Todai-ji Buddhist Temple complex in Nara Park, Nara, Japan. The second wooden statue of the Guardians of the Buddha. According to records, the statues were carved concurrently in about 69 days in 1203. This statue has the mouth closed and represents “death”, or “the end”.

The Todai-ji Buddhist complex of Nara, Japan, consists of several buildings of which the largest one, an enormous wooden structure known as Great Buddha Hall houses the seated high statue of Vairocana, the largest bronze Buddha image in Japan.

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