Toshodaiji 唐招提寺

  • Published on : 09/01/2015
  • by : J.L.T.B.
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Symbole des réformes initiées par l’empereur Shômu (699-756), un fervent bouddhiste, Tôshôdaiji figure comme l’un des grands monastères de l’ancienne capitale impériale. Inscrit au patrimoine mondial de l’Unesco, il marque l’entrée du pays dans une ère nouvelle tant artistique que spirituelle.


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