Taihei-ji

Taihei-ji

Taihei-ji (太平寺) is a Buddhist temple in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It was founded in about 1555, and it is affiliated with Sōtō Buddhism.
See also[edit]

Thirteen Buddhist Sites of Osaka

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Buddhist temples in Japan

 
Japanese Buddhist architecture

Architectonic elements

hidden roof
hisashi
irimoya
kaerumata: see nakazonae
kairō
karahafu
karesansui
kentozuka: see nakazonae
komainu
katōmado
mokoshi
moya
nakazonae
Niō or Kongōrikishi
sandō
shichidō garan
shōrō
sōrin
tokyō
tōrō
onigawara

Mon (gates)

karamon
nijūmon
niōmon
rōmon
sanmon
sōmon
torii

Buildings

Chinjusha
chōzuya/temizuya
-dō
main hall (kon-dō, hon-dō, butsuden)
kuri
kyōzō or kyō-dō
shoin

Japanese pagodas

gorintō
hōkyōintō
hōtō
kasatōba
sotōba
muhōtō
tahōtō

Styles

Daibutsuyō
Wayō
Setchūyō
Shoin-zukuri
Shin-Wayō
Zenshūyō
Ōbaku Zen architecture

Others

A-un
ken

 
Schools and objects of worship

Major schools

Jōdo
Nichiren
Shingon
Tendai

Zen schools

Sōtō
Ōbaku
Rinzai

Nanto rokushū

Jōjitsu
Hossō
Kusha
Kegon
Ritsu
Sanron

Objects of worship

Amida Nyōrai
Benzaiten
Dainichi Nyorai
Jizō
Kannon
Marishi-ten
Shaka Nyorai
Shitennō (Four Kings)
Twelve Heavenly Generals (Jūni Shinshō)
Yakushi Nyorai

 
Other elements

Implements

kei (ritual gong)
mokugyō

Others

bussokuseki
butsudan
Glossary of Japanese Buddhism
Japanese Buddhist pantheon
jingū-ji
miyadera
saisenbako

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