Templos de Horyu-ji no Japão #japão #viagens #budismo #templo

Templos de Horyu-ji, Japão

Templos de Horyu-ji no Japão #japão #viagens #budismo #templo

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

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

O Horyu-ji é um complexo de templos no Japão, localizado na Vila de Ikaruga. Possui estruturas antigas de períodos variados da história japonesa, nos permitindo uma viagem ao passado de um Japão que não existe mais.

O Complexo de TEMPLOS budistas HORYU-JI

O Horyu-ji é um complexo de templos no Japão, localizado na Vila de Ikaruga. Possui estruturas antigas de períodos variados da história japonesa, nos permitindo uma viagem ao passado de um Japão que não existe mais.

Japon 02 Monumentos budistas de la región de Horyu-ji  Los monumentos budistas de la zona de Horyu-ji, situada en la prefectura de Nara, suman 48 en total. Construidas hacia finales del siglo VII o principios del VIII, algunas de las edificaciones de este sitio figuran entre las construcciones de madera más antiguas conservadas hasta la fecha en el mundo.

Japon 02 Monumentos budistas de la región de Horyu-ji Los monumentos budistas de la zona de Horyu-ji, situada en la prefectura de Nara, suman 48 en total. Construidas hacia finales del siglo VII o principios del VIII, algunas de las edificaciones de este sitio figuran entre las construcciones de madera más antiguas conservadas hasta la fecha en el mundo.

Vista do templo Horyu-ji, no Japão (foto: Wikimedia/Skyscanner) - Fornecido por Viagem em Pauta

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Jodai-Gire: 7th and 8th Century Textiles in Japan from the Shoso-in and Horyu-ji.  Kaneo Matsumoto. Kyoto, 1984.  For anyone interested in the rich textile heritage of Japan, this exquisite publication presents color photos of 136 ancient textile masterpieces from the Shoso-in and Horyu-ji collections. Both patterned weaves and examples of patterned dyeing are shown from the Asuka and Nara periods. The materials and weaves are discussed. The plates are excellent, as are the commentaries on…

Jodai-Gire: 7th and 8th Century Textiles in Japan from the Shoso-in and Horyu-ji. Kaneo Matsumoto. Kyoto, 1984. For anyone interested in the rich textile heritage of Japan, this exquisite publication presents color photos of 136 ancient textile masterpieces from the Shoso-in and Horyu-ji collections. Both patterned weaves and examples of patterned dyeing are shown from the Asuka and Nara periods. The materials and weaves are discussed. The plates are excellent, as are the commentaries on…

1/150 Horyu-ji Chumon by Woody Joe | HobbyLink Japan

1/150 Horyu-ji Chumon by Woody Joe | HobbyLink Japan

JAPAN. NARA PREFECTURE. Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area, some "from the 7th or early 8th century, making them some of the oldest surviving wooden buildings in the world."

JAPAN. NARA PREFECTURE. Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area, some "from the 7th or early 8th century, making them some of the oldest surviving wooden buildings in the world."

Horyu-ji Temple Roof Gargoyles - Nara Japan Photograph  - Horyu-ji Temple Roof Gargoyles - Nara Japan Fine Art Print

Horyu-ji Temple Roof Gargoyles - Nara Japan Photograph - Horyu-ji Temple Roof Gargoyles - Nara Japan Fine Art Print

Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area

Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area

horyu-ji temple - japan thomas w schaller watercolor

horyu-ji temple - japan thomas w schaller watercolor

Kudara Kannon (Avalokiteshvara), 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 (Avalokiteshvara), 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.

Hōryū-ji, A Quintessential Japanese Temple, Nara Prefecture, Japan

Hōryū-ji, A Quintessential Japanese Temple, Nara Prefecture, Japan

Horyu-ji temple. The five-story pagoda, located in Sai-in area, stands at 32.45 meters in height and is the oldest surviving wooden structure in the world and is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Horyu-ji temple. The five-story pagoda, located in Sai-in area, stands at 32.45 meters in height and is the oldest surviving wooden structure in the world and is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Horyu-ji, o templo proibido - Japão

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