1 Examples 2 See also 3 References 4 External links
Image Name Buddha Size Date Municipality Prefecture Comments
21.35 metres (70.0 ft) 1984 Aomori Aomori Prefecture
16.5 metres (54.1 ft)
Hiraizumi Iwate Prefecture Low relief carving at Takkoku no Iwaya (達谷窟)
2.3 metres (7.5 ft), including base (0.5 metres (1.6 ft)) 1776 Kamagaya Chiba Prefecture Japan's smallest daibutsu
Heavily damaged in the
1923 Great Kantō earthquake
13 metres (42.7 ft) including base 1977 Itabashi Tokyo Weighs thirty tons; at Jōren-ji (乗蓮寺); erected in expiation of the Great Kantō earthquake and the war
17 metres (55.8 ft)
Katsuyama Fukui Prefecture
Former Hōkō-ji Daibutsu
(Nehanzo (涅槃仏) Gautama Buddha 41 metres (134.5 ft) (length) 1899 Sasaguri Fukuoka Prefecture At Nanzoin (南蔵院); contains ashes of The Buddha and two of his disciples.
National Treasures of Japan
^ "Shōwa Daibutsu". Seiryū-ji. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
^ "Ushiku Daibutsu". Ushiku Daibutsu. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
^ "Nihonji Daibutsu". Nihon-ji. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
^ "Ueno Daibutsu". Daily Yomiuri. 30 March 2010. Retrieved 23 May
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Photographs and information on famous Daibutsu
New York Public Library Digital Gallery, early photograph of Kamakura
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Echizen Ganmen Gifu Hōkō-ji Kamagaya Kamakura Nara Nihon-ji Takaoka Tokyo Ushiku
Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum
Buddhas of Bamiyan
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Colossal Buddhist statues
Anshan Jade Buddha Avukana Buddha statue Buddha Dordenma statue Buddha Park Buddhas of Bamiyan Buduruvagala Gal Vihara Gifu Great Buddha Grand Buddha at Ling Shan Great Buddha of Thailand Guanyin of Mount Xiqiao Guanyin of Nanshan Guishan Guanyin Hokkaido Kannon Kamagaya Great Buddha Kamakura Buddha Laykyun Sekkya Leshan Giant Buddha Maitreya Project Maligawila Buddha statue Rongxian Giant Buddha Sala Keoku Spring Temple Buddha Tian Tan Buddha Tōdai-ji Tsz Shan Monaste