The naiden (inner sanctuary) of Chion-in Temple
[ID] 4246กกกก( ID:4246 )
[Photographer] A. Farsari
[Album] A. Farsari (album 2)
[Place] Kyoto
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 240x191
[Cabinet] 82-14-0
[Keyword] temple/statue of Buddha

The "shumidan" and "zushi" of the Miei-do Hall of Chion-in Temple are viewed from the southwest. The shumidan is done in Zen style, with gild and lacquer, and has a sculpture of a seated Honen (the founder). Miei-do is the main hall of the temple. Its girder and cross beams are about 20m and 16.4m in length. Reconstructed in 1639, it is built in single-story irimoya style with a tiled roof.