Buddhist Art in Japan

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Art

 

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Anton H

 

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March 22, 2017

 

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University

 

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With the introduction of Buddhism, temples were needed for the practicing of the religion. This consisted of a kondo, a hall whose purpose was to contain a sacred image of a Buddhist saint, as well as a pagoda or gojunoto, a five story tower. The development of Buddhist art was helped greatly by crown prince Shotoku Taishi (573-621) who travelled around the country, establishing Buddhist temples and appointing painters to paint the images to decorate them...
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The development of Buddhist art was helped greatly by crown prince Shotoku Taishi (573-621) who travelled around the country, establishing Buddhist temples and appointing painters to paint the images to decorate them. In fact, one of the main reasons Buddhism became popular was due to his efforts. "Without [Shotoku's] inspiring patronage Buddhist art could hardly have flourished so successfully among his countrymen...
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