Japanese Buddhist temple in Nara
Tōdai-ji (Japanese: 東大寺) is a temple of the Huayan in Nara, Japan. It was built in the Nara period. It is registered as a World Heritage Site as part of Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara. It is famous for a statue named Daibutsu.
|Deity||Birushana-butsu (Vairocana Buddha)|
|Location||Japan 1 Zōshi-chō, Nara, Nara Prefecture|
|Geographic coordinates||34°41′21″N 135°50′23″E / 34.68917°N 135.83972°ECoordinates: 34°41′21″N 135°50′23″E / 34.68917°N 135.83972°E|
|Completed||Early 8th century|