Bronze statue of Amida Buddha

Trip Start May 01, 1958
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Trip End Dec 31, 2014


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Flag of Japan  , Kanto,
Tuesday, October 6, 1981

GROUP PICTURE

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Kamakura is 31 miles south-east of Tokyo.

From Wiki:
"Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, some of them, like Sugimoto-dera, over 1,200 years old. Kōtoku-in, with its monumental outdoor bronze statue of Amida Buddha, is the most famous. A 15th century tsunami destroyed the temple that once housed the Great Buddha, but the statue survived and has remained outdoors ever since."

KAMAKURA


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