Kamakura Buddha, Kamakura Buddha is the symbol of the ancient capital Kamakura. Kamakura Buddha is the main Buddha of Kamakura Buddha and one of the three Buddha statues in Japan. The Buddha is 11.5 meters high and 121 tons heavy. It is a sitting statue of Amitabha Buddha with a face length of 2.35 meters and ears length of 1.9 meters. The inside of the Buddha is hollow. It can enter the visiting Kamakura from the bottom of the statue. Kamakura Buddha is absolutely a holy place to observe Buddha. There are small hills in the temple, overlooking Kamakura, you can see the sea and sky in the distance. But Kamakura's beauty goes far beyond that. The boundless sea, the blue sky, the quiet Kamakura Buddha, the lovely Tibetan Bodhisattva, the ancient Japanese streets and alleys. It's a feeling that can be embedded in the heart and can only be experienced during the journey. Occasionally, there is an October cherry carp between the pavilions. The best ones are the Tibetans of Changgu Temple, all of whom are good sellers and secretly hide in the shade.
Business trip, by the way, spend the weekend in Kamakura. The Buddha is very solemn. There are many tourists. They need tickets.
Knowing that Kamakura originated from Kamakura Buddha, I only wanted to visit the Buddha, but I didn't realize that this is an ancient capital. It's a great honor to visit Kamakura when the purple sun blossoms in June. It takes about 10 - 15 minutes for Kamakura Buddha to walk through Changgu Station. The ticket is 200 yen. Along the way, there are many shops to buy souvenirs or specialties. You can go to Lifo to buy Hand letters first. Next to it is the Changgu Temple, which is one of the holy places to appreciate the purple flowers.
To some extent, Kamakura Buddha, also known as the Kamakura Buddha, is an open-air bronze Buddha statue about 11.5 meters high. It has a history of more than 800 years. I have seen its introduction, low eyebrows and loving eyes, facing the Pacific Ocean, the blue sky and white clouds embellished in its tall body, clearly a dumb bronze Buddha statue, but I think it is full of shine. Standing under the Buddha, looking up, Tao said that the Kamakura Buddha was not as beautiful as the Lushena Buddha in Luoyang. There seemed to be a smile on the lips of the Lushena Buddha, while the Kamakura Buddha's lips were downward. I said yes, but its appearance was not the key point. Its magic was that it was originally a Buddha statue in the hall. The hall suffered several typhoons, fires and was destroyed one after another. The latter was rebuilt again and again, and finally in a violent tsunami, the entire hall was destroyed by the sea water. Only the Buddha statue stood erect in its original place, since then, it has been worshipped in the open air. This rough experience of Kamakura Buddha sounds like a legend. When I understand this historical past and look up to it, I have more respect, but I can only stand under the statue of Buddha and sigh and press the shutter to record its proud appearance after a long time of suffering. The famous writer of the Meiji era, Zheng Gang Rule, traveled here in that year, and with emotion, wrote haiku songs with brilliant literary grace. To translate it into Chinese is: fire without destruction, rain without immortality, the open-air Buddha, or the eternal Buddha.
Kamakura, Japan, has beautiful scenery, elegant environment and good.
The largest number of Kamakura Buddha people in Kamakura Station 3 is comparable to Leshan Buddha in terms of body size and visual nature, or the distinctive body of Kamakura Buddha with green eyes, closed hands and spread out like sleeping. There is nothing special about buying tickets to visit the body of Kamakura Buddha.