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  1. Shitennō-ji - Wikipedia

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    Coordinates Shitennō-ji (Japanese: 四天王寺; also Arahaka-ji, Nanba-ji, or Mitsu-ji) is a Buddhist temple in Ōsaka, It is sometimes regarded as the first Buddhist and oldest officially administered temple in Japan, although the temple buildings have been rebuilt over the centuries.

    • Wa-shū
    • Kannon (Avalokiteśvara)
  2. Shitennoji Temple – Osaka Station

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    Shitennoji Temple is Japan’s oldest official temple. It was founded in 593 by the prince Shotoku Taishi; a major figure in Japanese history who played a leading role in introducing Buddhism to Japan. He named the temple after the shitenno: four heavenly kings of Buddhist tradition who guard the world from evil.

  3. Shitenno-ji, Japan | The Temple Trail

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    The Shitenno are the four heavenly kings and the ji (Buddhist temple) is dedicated to them. Six years before the founding of the temple, the teenage prince and his father-in-law, Soga no Umako, fought a battle against the anti-Buddhist Mononobe no Moriya.

  4. Shitennō-ji (Japanese: 四天王寺; also Arahaka-ji, Nanba-ji, or Mitsu-ji) is a Buddhist temple in Ōsaka, Japan. It is the first Buddhist and oldest officially administered temple in Japan, although the temple buildings have been rebuilt over the centuries.

  5. Shitennō-ji, Osaka, Japan Tourist Information

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    Shitennō-ji (四天王寺?) is a Buddhist temple in Osaka, Japan. Prince Shotoku invited three Korean Baekje carpenters, and they constructed this temple in 593. The temple is the first Buddhist and oldest officially administered temple in Japan, although the temple buildings have been rebuilt over the centuries.

  6. Shitennō-ji - Osaka - Google Sites

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    Shitennō-ji (Japanese: 四天王寺; also Arahaka-ji, Nanba-ji, or Mitsu-ji) is a Buddhist temple in Ōsaka, Japan. It is the first Buddhist and oldest officially administered temple in Japan, although the...

  7. Shitenno-ji Temple - Inside Osaka

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    Shitenno-ji Temple - image © Florentyna Leow A bit northeast of JR Tennoji Station and very close to Shitennoji-mae Yuhigaoka Station on the Tanimachi subway line, Shitenno-ji Temple is one of the oldest in Japan, dating back to AD 593. Unfortunately, all of the buildings are recent concrete reconstructions due to war damage.

  8. Shitennō-ji - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Shitennō-ji and Glossary of Japanese Buddhism · See more » Guanyin. Guanyin or Guan Yin is an East Asian bodhisattva associated with compassion and venerated by Mahayana Buddhists and followers of Chinese folk religions, also known as the "Goddess of Mercy" in English. New!!: Shitennō-ji and Guanyin · See more »

  9. Category:Shitennoji - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jul 12, 2019 · Farsari Shitennō-ji.jpg 664 × 784; 167 KB Former Residence of Shinran in Shitennoji Temple.JPG 3,264 × 2,448; 2.61 MB Green zone in the middle of grey (20230303829).jpg 4,896 × 3,264; 5.86 MB

  10. Shitennō-ji - Wikipedia

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    Se crede că Shitennō-ji a fost construit în anul 593, în primul an de domnie a împărătesei Suiko (a cărei regent a fost Shotoku). Templul îi are ca patroni pe cei patru regi cerești (Shitennō), de unde îi vine și numele, dar și pe bodhisattva Avalokiteśvara (Kannon).