Daibutsu (the Great Buddha) of Kamakura° 1°ň
D25 DAIBUTSU, KAMAKURA
[ID] 25°°°°( ID:25 )
[Photographer] Kusakabe,Kinbei
[Album] Kusakabe,Kinbei (Album)
[Place] Kamakura
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 280x219
[Cabinet] 1-25-0
[Keyword] statue of Buddha/historic sites
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The Daibutsu (Great Buddha) in Kamakura was built in the 13th century in reaction to the Daibutsu in Nara. A symbol of political power in the east of Japan, it is a precious inheritance that reveals the popularity of the Pure Land Sect at that time. As early as 1607, Father Rodrigues paid a visit to the Daibutsu (in 1618, the English Captain Saris, also paid a visit).