Essay heading: Buddhist Art in Japan
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July 1, 2009
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7 / 1825
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Similar temples appeared at this time through the Kinai provinces, or western Japan, where Shotoku travelled.
Buddhist art continued to flourish under the reign of Emperor Shomu in the eighth century, who built the enormous sculpture of Buddha at Todai-ji. This 16 metre high sculpture used up all the copper in Japan, which for several hundred years had no bronze production because of it...
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This 16 metre high sculpture used up all the copper in Japan, which for several hundred years had no bronze production because of it. The construction of this temple, and similar temples in Japan's provinces was "inspired by a fervent desire on the part of secular leaders of the time to create in Japan the ideal Land of the Buddha...
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