Sendai Dai Kannon Temple in Sendai Japan


SendaiDaikannon Bosatsu is a figure of Byaki Kannon-Bosatsu. She is also called Byakui Kannon Jizaibo, who creates

every Kannon-Bosatsu. She is included Sanjusan(Thirty-three)- Kannon Bosatsu. She has “Nyoihouju” in her right hand,

it makes a wish. She has Water Jar in her left hand.

It gives water of Wisdom. That is the ball gives the Witch from her right hand and the Jar gives the wisdom includes wisdom.

She always protect us. Her height is 100th meters. This is the memorial of the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Sendai

city. This is the tallest statue of the goddess in Japan. This statue has 12 floors you can use the elevator to go up to the

12th floor. You can enjoy the beauty of the city going 12th floor as they have some windows there.


Each an every floor presented with a small statue which is beautiful. Ticket price is 500 Japanese yen.

You can watch the full video of the temple in the given video link below

                                                                               

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