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Gokurakusan Jōdo-ji
Jodoji Ono Hyogo01n3200
Jōdodō
Information
Denomination Shingon
Founded 1190 - 1198
Founder(s) Chōgen
Address 2094, Kiyotani-cho, Ono, Hyogo 675-1317
Country Japan

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Yakushido (Main hall)

The Gokurakusan Jōdo-ji (極楽山浄土寺?) is a temple of the Shingon sect in Ono, Hyōgo, Japan. It was established by Chōgen in 1190 - 1198.

Jōdo-ji's Jōdodō completed in 1194 is a National Treasure of Japan. This architecture in Daibutsuyō (大仏様?) (Daibutsu Style) that is combining design of Japan and China.

Busshi Kaikei's masterpiece Amitabha Triad (completed in 1195-1197, National Treasure of Japan) that exists in Jōdodō is especially famous.

List of building

List of sculpture

  • Amitabha Triad - National Treasure of Japan. Kaikei's most important work. It is a work in 1195-1197. Height: 24.6ft
  • Amitabha - Important Cultural Property of Japan. Kaikei's work. It is a work in 1201. It was deposited with Nara National Museum.
  • Chōgen- Important Cultural Property of Japan. It is a work in 1234 former.
  • Buddhist saint's mask, 25 pieces - Important Cultural Property of Japan. It is a work of Kaikei's school.

List of craft

  • Hand drum made of copper - Important Cultural Property of Japan. It is a work in 1194.
  • Gorintō made of copper - Important Cultural Property of Japan. It is a work in 1194.
  • Table - Important Cultural Property of Japan.

List of paint

  • Nirvana - Important Cultural Property of Japan.
  • Shingon's eight saints - Important Cultural Property of Japan.

See also

Gallery

External links

ja:浄土寺 (小野市)

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