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Reclining Buddha gets clean-up in Japan

Dec 27. 2019
The Japan News/ANN
The Japan News/ANN
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By The Japan News
Asia News Network
Fukuoka, Japan

 

Worshippers and others clean a nehanzo, or reclining Buddha, using poles with bamboo leaves during year-end cleaning called “susuharai” at Nanzoin temple in Sasaguri, Fukuoka Prefecture, on Thursday. Built in 1995, the 41-metre-long, 11-metre-high reclining Buddha is said to be one of world’s largest bronze statues. Participants also cleaned the nehanzo with bleached cloth.

 

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