Daibutsu

YodMemHal

Joined June 2008

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Daibutsu is a Japanese word meaning literally “Large Buddha” that refers to large statues of the Buddha or one of his various incarnations. In the West, the term is often used to refer to the Kamakura Great Buddha following its popularization in the poem “The Buddha at Kamakura” by Rudyard Kipling, but in Japan, it more typically refers to the Great Buddha of Nara, located in Tōdai-ji, which is a larger statue.

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