Hōryū-ji (lit. Temple of the Flourishing Law) is a Buddhist temple in Ikaruga, Nara Prefecture, Japan. The first temple on the site is believed to have been completed by 607.

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Asuka Buddhist Art: Horyu-Ji (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 4):   The monastery-temple complex Horyu-ji and its treasures represent the first great age of Buddhist art in Japan -- the age that began in the mid-sixth century with the introduction of Buddhism from the Asian continent and continued until the late seventh century. The adoption of the new religion by the imperial court and the aristocracy motivated a series of changes that came to affect every phase of Japanese c...

Asuka Buddhist Art: Horyu-Ji (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 4): The monastery-temple complex Horyu-ji and its treasures represent the first great age of Buddhist art in Japan -- the age that began in the mid-sixth century with the introduction of Buddhism from the Asian continent and continued until the late seventh century. The adoption of the new religion by the imperial court and the aristocracy motivated a series of changes that came to affect every phase of Japanese c...

Kudara Kannon, 7th C., Horyu-ji Temple, Japan. From Korea or made by Korean artisans living in Japan. Made of gilded camphor wood. The flask symbolizes the “nectar” of Kannon’s compassion — it pacifies the thirst of those who pray to Kannon for assistance.

Kudara Kannon, 7th C., Horyu-ji Temple, Japan. From Korea or made by Korean artisans living in Japan. Made of gilded camphor wood. The flask symbolizes the “nectar” of Kannon’s compassion — it pacifies the thirst of those who pray to Kannon for assistance.

japan-overload: “Horyu-ji_No2 by nao_yoshi on Flickr. ”

japan-overload: “Horyu-ji_No2 by nao_yoshi on Flickr. ”

horyu-ji temple - japan thomas w schaller watercolor

horyu-ji temple - japan thomas w schaller watercolor

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Triade de Shaka, trésor du temple Horyu-ji à Nara, 623, bronze, env. 1.80m (figure centrale), Tori Busshi, in situ | Shakyamuni Bouddha historique = shaka au Japon; inscription dos mandorle indique contexte historique: 621 prince régent Shotoku Taishi (mécène de Tori Busshi = faiseur d'images bouddhiques) malade: commande vœu de guérison par impératrice Suiko; héritage stylistique élongation grottes de Longmen Chine; Bouddha sur trône carré flanqué bodhisattvas sur fleurs de lotus (bozatsu…

Triade de Shaka, trésor du temple Horyu-ji à Nara, 623, bronze, env. 1.80m (figure centrale), Tori Busshi, in situ | Shakyamuni Bouddha historique = shaka au Japon; inscription dos mandorle indique contexte historique: 621 prince régent Shotoku Taishi (mécène de Tori Busshi = faiseur d'images bouddhiques) malade: commande vœu de guérison par impératrice Suiko; héritage stylistique élongation grottes de Longmen Chine; Bouddha sur trône carré flanqué bodhisattvas sur fleurs de lotus (bozatsu…

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Horyu-ji, Nara: The oldest wooden buildings in the world

Horyu-ji, Nara: The oldest wooden buildings in the world

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