The 33 halls are directly opposite the Kyoto Museum and there are bus stops nearby. It's very convenient to come here. The outdoor courtyard is not enough. For the protection of cultural relics, the inside of the 33 halls is not allowed to take photos. There are a lot of (1000 people?) inside. The Arhats of the Chinese temples are quite similar to those of the Arhats of the Chinese temples. Strictly speaking, they are quite shocking and worth seeing. Of course, there are also some Indian Buddhist East, Garuda (golden-winged bird), Hanuman (Hanuman), Ganesha (Indian elephant god) and so on, it is worth seeing.
The 33rd Hall in Kyoto, also known as the Lotus Garden, has Buddha statues and cultural relics which are regarded as national treasures by the Japanese. There are more than 1000 thousands of Avalokitesvara statues with thousands of hands and thousands of eyes. They are all historical relics. The statues of Buddha are exquisitely carved and have different postures. They can always feel the inner deterrent power between the eyebrows. They are absolutely worth visiting.
Thirty-three temples in Kyoto are not a popular attraction, but many years ago, when I first heard about them, I decided to come here today to shocked and awed the longest existing wooden buildings, offering 1001 Avalokitesvara 28 images and a thousand-handed Avalokitesvara image. Every year, there will be a women's bow road congress. The whole temple has a very complete visiting system and a very humane chance to have a small companion. We must come and see it.
Japan's only Thousand-Handed Avalokitesvara Hall, a large wooden building, which exhibits the magnificent Thousand-Handed Avalokitesvara, built in 1164, took off their shoes and walked in the hall, silently following the crowd Avalokitesvara and Arhat before passing, a quiet will arise from the heart. The entrance provides a brief introduction of Japan, China, Britain and Korea. The courtyard outside can also walk quietly. The ticket is 600 yen (all good places for tickets in Japan) and the Kyoto Museum can be seen together. The Kyoto Museum is closed on Monday. We just missed it and didn't take pictures.
There are really too many temples in Kyoto. Thirty-three temples are representative of Japanese temples. It is also a national treasure temple in Japan. There are many Buddha statues in it. Each Buddha has a different expression. This is his greatest point of view.
Perhaps one of the most favorite points of this trip is that there are few visitors, so as soon as you enter the door, you can see the huge palace unfolding in front of you. It is very dignified and simple. It is against the blue sky blown by typhoon, the rustle of leaves and the occasional call of crows. The solemn and solemn feeling strikes your heart directly. The whole man was quiet and awed. The hall is surrounded by barefoot circles, watching hundreds of Avalokitesvara and smelling the fragrance of Buddha, which can never be felt in the splendid temples in China.
Located just opposite the Kyoto Museum, it is a very shocking and worth seeing spot in Kyoto. Thirty-three halls are called by this name, which is a unit of length. In Japan, where everything is famous for its small size, it is really unusual to build such a long Buddhist hall. It looks very shocking. Inside the hall, there are 1000 Buddha statues with the same shape. In the center, the Buddha is worshipped. In the front row, there is a Buddha statue with a special shape every other section of the road, all of which are from the earliest Indian Buddhism gods. You can learn a lot if you go this way, of course, on the premise that you can read and understand Japanese. Thirty-three halls can not be photographed inside, after looking at the front of the thousand Buddhas, you can return from the back. At this time, you can see many related introductions. After coming out, you can circle around the outside of the hall and enjoy the length of the thirty-three halls. Generally speaking, this is a good scenic spot. Compared with other places in Kyoto, it is more characteristic. There are more tourists from Europe and the United States. Maybe this is more understandable. Tickets are not expensive either. If you remember correctly, they should be 600 yen.
Thirty-three temples are a major historical and cultural heritage of Kyoto. The whole temple imitates the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty, which is large and quiet. The dry wood landscape, which is vividly displayed here, makes the garden of the whole temple very unique and creates a sense of fairyland on earth. The sound of bells and drums listening to the chanting of sutras here every day will put aside many earthly troubles and return to the true nature of life.