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Buddhism in Japan - Buddhism in Japan Prince Shotoku 2 Life...

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Buddhism in Japan
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2 Prince Shotoku
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3 Life of Shotoku 574-622
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4 Prince Shotoku late 6th-early 7th built Horyuji Temple. -the world’s oldest wooden structure. dispatched embassies to China. drafted “Seventeen Article Constitution.”
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7 Horyu-ji, Japan The octagonal Yumedono, or "Dream Hall", from about 739 AD
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8 5 Story Pagoda, Horyu-ji
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9 Bell Tower, Horyu-ji
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10 Kannon- Amida Paradise Horyuji mural
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11 Kūkai with the Deities Niu and Kōya Also Known as Mondōkō Honzon Kamakura period, Kongōbu-ji
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12 Kukai’s Voyage to Tang China Kukai (774-835) Shingon Buddhism -- mysteries are transmitted orally from master to disciple Esoteric Buddhism became the most important religion of Heian Japan.
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13 Diamond Mandala
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14 Womb Mandala
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15 Byodo-in, Uji Heian Period
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16 Kamakura Buddha Amitabha Pure Land Buddhism
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17 Ushiku Daibutsu 1995 394 feet tall Bronze plated
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18 Samurai vs European warriors Japanese system personal loyalty lord-vassal relationship: unlimited loyalty on the part of vassal
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