Main Hall Of Tohuku-Ji Temple

Main hall of Tohuku-Ji

The main hall of Tohuku-Ji stood on the other side of the trees

Shot at Tohuku-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Kyoto.

I came to Tohuku-Ji built in 1236 by the imperial chancellor Kujō Michiie. The precinct was spacious and a nice place to walk around because it was quiet. I thought the silence suited to the religious spaces.

During I wandered the precinct, the main hall of this temple was seen on the other side of the trees. The main hall belonged to the big temple which had 25 adjunct small temples was also gigantic.

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Photo No.
577
Shooting Date
Sep 2006
Posted On
October 17, 2006
Place
Tohuku-Ji, Kyoto
Genre
Architectural Photography
Archive
Oct2006 ARCHITECTURE KYOTO
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
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