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It seems that you will meet with a different world ... The ancient temple of Nara in "Omagatoki" is scaryly beautiful

 
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It is the oldest existing three-storied pagoda and is designated as a national treasure.
 

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    Triple tower

    Triple tower(Sanju no Tou) is the ancestor of BuddhismBuddhaPay the sword (remains)pagodaA type of form.To the same kindFive-storied pagodaand so on.

    Overview

    The pagodaAncient indiaInStupaTo worship (the remains of Buddha)3th century BCIt started to be made aroundStupaHas its origin in.Ancient Indian stupas were bun-shaped (hemispherical), but this form isChugokuWhen told toTowerIt came to be high-rise by adopting the form of architecture.Such a tower-shaped towerKorean PeninsulaWas passed on to Japan.Many wooden towers remain in Japan, and there are very few examples in China and the Korean Peninsula.

    In Japan, there are wooden three-storied pagoda and five-storied pagoda in Buddhist temples and shrines in various places.LandmarkMany have become.In addition to wooden towers, there are also stone, tile, and iron towers, which have been used since modern times.Reinforced concreteThere is also a built tower.Other multi-story towers include seven-storied pagoda, nine-storied pagoda, and thirteen-storied pagoda (the number of layers is almost limited to odd numbers), but there are no existing wooden seven-storied pagoda or nine-storied pagoda.Nara prefectureTanzan ShrineThere is a wooden thirteen-storied pagoda, but this is not a tower-shaped pagoda, and the roofs from double to thirteen are densely overlapped, and there is almost no space between the roofs.

    While many Chinese towers can be climbed to the top floor, Japanese wooden triple towers are not three-story in the modern sense, but the interior is complicatedly constructed to support the eaves, and the upper floors. It is usually not possible to climb to.

    List of triple towers in Japan

    National Treasure Triple Pagoda

    ownerAddressAge distributionDesignated as a cultural propertyRemarks
    Hokiji TempleNaraIkaruga TownAsuka PeriodAround Keiun 3 (706)National treasureApproximately 24m high, the oldest existing triple tower
    Yakushiji TempleNaraNara periodBalanceYear ((729-749)The east tower, about 34m high, is a peculiar type of tower from the Nara period, and at first glance it looks like a six-storied pagoda.
    Taima-deraKatsuragi East tower, height about 24.4m, late Nara period
    Heian period West tower, height about 25.2m, early Heian period
    Joruri-ji TempleKyotoKizugawa Former Kyoto Ichijo Omiya (temple unknown) tower,Approval2 years (1178) relocation
    Ichijoji TempleHyogoKasai CitySecurityFirst year (1171)Japanese architectureThree-storied pagoda
    Anraku-ji TempleNaganoUedaKamakura PeriodMasaoAfter 2 years (1289)18.75m high, the only octagonal triple tower before the early modern period
    Daihoji TempleAokiSyokei2 years (1333) 
    Myotoji TempleFukuiObama CityBunei7 years (1270) 
    Saimyoji TempleShigaKora Town Height 20.1m, late Kamakura period
    Kofuku-ji TempleNaraNara Height 19m, early Kamakura period
    Jorakuji TempleShigaHunanMuromachi PeriodOei7 years (1400) 
    Kojoji TempleHiroshimaOnomichiLongevity4 years (1432) 

    List of triple towers before the early modern period

    The following is a list of Japanese wooden triple towers (excluding national treasures) built before the first year of the Meiji era (1868). (I omitted the stone tower and the small tower indoors)

    ownerAddressAge distributionDesignated as a cultural propertyRemarks
    Fumonji TempleIwateRikuzentakata CityEdo Periodculture6 years (1809)Prefecture designation 
    Hiyoshi Hachiman ShrineAkitaAkita CityHoei4 years (1707)Prefecture designation 
    Jionji TempleYamagataSagae CityBunsei13 years (1830)Prefecture designation 
    Akutsu Hachiman ShrineTakahata TownKansei7 years (1795) 
    KozojiFukushimaIwakiErnst & Young3 years (1774)Prefecture designation 
    Kohansan Kohansanokitsushima ShrineNihonmatsuEnpo2 years (1674) 
    Hojoji TempleAizu Misato TownAnei 9 (1780) 
    Ganjoji TempleIbarakiTsukuba Mirai CityAnei 8 (1779)Prefecture designation 
    Koyamaji TempleSakuragawaMuromachi PeriodKansei6 years (1465)Important cultural property 
    Yakuo-inEdo PeriodHoei first year (1704)Prefecture designation 
    Rinnoji TempleTochigiNikkoGenroku3 years (1690)Important cultural property 
    Koshoji TempleTochigi CityTolerance4 years (1751)Prefecture designation 
    Saimyoji TempleMashiko TownMuromachi Periodastronomical6 years (1537)Important cultural property 
    Saifukuji TempleSaitamaKawaguchi cityEdo Period6th year of Genroku (1693)Prefecture designation 
    JojuinGyoda CityKyoho14 years (1729) 
    Anraku-ji TempleYoshimi TownTomorrowAround 2 (1656) 
    Naritasan Shinshoji TempleChibaNarita CityMasanori2 years (1712)Important cultural property 
    Kannonkyoji TempleShibayama TownTempo7 years (1836)Prefecture designation 
    ChinzansoTokyoBunkyoRegistered tangible cultural propertyFormer HiroshimaBamboo forestTower,Taisho14 years (1925) relocation
    Sankeien GardenKanagawa横 浜 市Muromachi PeriodImportant cultural propertyFormer KyotoTomyojiTower relocated in 3
    Oppoji TempleNiigataWombai cityEdo PeriodGenwa5 years (1619)Important cultural property 
    Gochi Kokubunji TempleJoetsu CityKeioFirst year (1865)Prefecture designation 
    Myokoji TempleNiigataCountry registration 
    Niseki TempleToyamaKamiichiHiroka2 years (1845)Town designation 
    NataderaIshikawa小松 市Kanei19 years (1642)Important cultural property 
    Shinano Kokubunji TempleNaganoUedaMuromachi PeriodImportant cultural property 
    Maeyama templeImportant cultural property 
    Wakaichi Prince ShrineOmachiEdo PeriodHoei 8 years (1711)Prefecture designation 
    TeishojiSaku 
    Kozanji TempleOgawa11th year of Genroku (1698) 
    Shinrakuji TempleMiyotaKan'en 4 years (1751) 
    Kozenji TempleKomaganeculture5 years (1808) 
    Shinkaisansha ShrineSakuMuromachi PeriodEisei12 years (1515)Important cultural property 
    Shin-HasejiGifuSeki City4th year of Kansho (1463)Important cultural property 
    Hida KokubunjiTakayamaEdo PeriodBunsei3 years (1820)Prefecture designation 
    Yokokura TempleIbikawa TownKanbun3 years (1663) 
    ShinzeninTarui TownKanei 19 (1642)Important cultural property 
    Hiyoshi ShrineKobe townMuromachi PeriodImportant cultural property 
    YusanjiShizuokaFukuroiEdo PeriodKeicho16 years (1611)Important cultural property 
    Sanmyoji TempleAichiToyokawaMuromachi PeriodEnjoyment4 years (1531)Important cultural property 
    Jinji TempleAma CityEdo PeriodKanei 4 (1627)Important cultural property 
    Chomei-ji TempleShigaOmihachimanMomoyama periodKeicho 2nd year (1597)Important cultural property 
    Sokenji TempleMuromachi PeriodEnjoyment3 years (1454)Important cultural propertyoldChojuji TempleEstimated as a tower[Source required]
    Enjoji TempleOtsu CityNorthern and Northern DynastiesImportant cultural propertyFormer Nara Tower, relocated in Keicho 6 (1601)
    Kongorinji TempleAisyo-choMuromachi PeriodImportant cultural property 
    TokugeninMaibaraEdo PeriodKanbun 12 years (1672)Prefecture designation 
    Konkai Komyoji TempleKyotoKyoto CityKanei 11 (1634)Important cultural property 
    Kiyomizu TempleKanei 9 (1632)Important cultural property 
    Kiyomizu TempleImportant cultural propertyKoyasu Pagoda,Meiji45 years (1912) relocation
    Shinsho Gokurakuji14th year of culture (1817)Prefectural designation 
    Mimuroto TempleUji city17th year of Genroku (1704)Old HyogoKozojiTower, relocated in 43
    Kongoin TempleMaizuruMuromachi PeriodImportant cultural property 
    HorushinjiMt. Ooyama SakimachiEdo PeriodKeicho 9nd year (1604)Important cultural property 
    Gansenji TempleKizugawaMuromachi PeriodCargill2 years (1442)Important cultural property 
    Mizuma TempleOsakaKaizuka CityEdo PeriodAround the 6th year of Tenpo (1835)City designation 
    Ryoji TempleHyogoKobe CityNorthern and Northern DynastiesVirtue2 years (1385)Important cultural property 
    Rokujo Hachiman ShrineMuromachi PeriodBunshoFirst year (1466)Important cultural property 
    Ishimine TempleImportant cultural property 
    Taizanji TempleEdo PeriodSacredness5 years (1688)Prefecture designation 
    Tsururinji TempleKakogawaMuromachi PeriodBunsei10 years (1827) remodeling
    Senkoji TempleSumotoEdo PeriodAround the 10th year of culture (1813)(Unspecified)Takadaya KabeiBuilt by
    IkarugaderaPrince TownMuromachi PeriodEiroku 8 years (1565)Important cultural property 
    Kashiwabara Hachiman ShrineTamba cityEdo Period9th year of culture (1812)Prefecture designation 
    Kogenji(Unspecified) 
    Nagusa ShrineYabu CityMuromachi PeriodOhnaga7 years (1527)Important cultural propertyoldIzumo TaishaTower, relocated in 1665
    Lingshan TempleNaraNaraBunwa5 years (1356)Important cultural property 
    Baekje TempleGoryo TownKamakura PeriodImportant cultural property 
    Nanhokaji TempleTakatori TownMuromachi PeriodMystery6 years (1497)Important cultural property 
    DojojiWakayamaHidakagawa TownEdo PeriodTreasure calendar12 years (1762)Prefecture designation 
    Kiyomizu TempleShimane Yasugi CityAnsei6 years (1859)Prefecture designation 
    Kanayama TempleOkayamaOkayama CityTenmei8 years (1788)Prefecture designation 
    Saidaiji TempleEnpo6 years (1678) 
    Sogenji TempleBunsei year (around 1820)(Unspecified) 
    Fulfillment Temple5th year of culture (1808)Town designation 
    HenshuinKurashikiMuromachi PeriodOei23 years (1416)Important cultural property 
    GoryuhakubutsuinEdo PeriodBunsei 3 (1820)Prefecture designation 
    Hofuku-ji TempleGeneral corporationNorthern and Northern DynastiesEiwa2 years (1376)Important cultural property 
    MahikojiBizenMuromachi PeriodImportant cultural propertyFormer Okayama Tower, relocated in Keicho 15 (1610)
    Fussa TempleImportant cultural property 
    Chofukuji TempleMimasakaKamakura PeriodHiroyasu8 years (1285)Important cultural property 
    Senkoji TempleAkabanEdo PeriodMeiwa2 years (1765)(Unspecified) 
    Honrenji TempleSetouchi City3th year of Genroku (1690)Prefecture designation 
    Yokeiji Temple15th year of culture (1818) 
    Motoyama TempleMisaki TownComplianceFirst year (1652)Important cultural property 
    Saikokuji TempleHiroshimaOnomichiMuromachi PeriodLongevityFirst year (1429)Important cultural property 
    Tenneiji TempleNorthern and Northern DynastiesKakei2 years (1388)Important cultural propertySourceFive-storied pagodaRemodeled in Genroku 5 (1692)
    Tsururinji TempleTokushimaKatsuura TownEdo PeriodBunsei 10 (1827)Prefecture designation 
    IshitejiEhimeMatsuyama CityKamakura PeriodImportant cultural property 
    Koganji TempleShikokuchuo CityEdo PeriodSacrednessFirst year (1684)Prefecture designationFormer TokushimaTairyuji TempleTower,Showa34 years (1959) relocation
    Koryuji TempleSaijo CityTenpo 3 (1832) 
    Kiyomizu TempleFukuokaMiyama CityTenpo 7 (1836)Prefecture designation 
    Ryugenji TempleOitaUsuki CityAnsei 5 years (1858)Prefecture designation 

    Mie turret

    Triple tower remnants

    Three-storied pagoda of an important cultural property (former national treasure) that was burnt down

    Three-storied pagoda of modern times since the early modern period


    Tower image of national treasure and important cultural property

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