Sofukuji Temple, A Chinese Social Structure In Nagasaki

Sofukuji is an Obaku Zen sanctuary worked in 1629 by residents originating from Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China and living in Nagasaki. This sanctuary building has a Chinese engineering style during the Ming line and feels not quite the same as most different sanctuaries in Japan.

The place of worship has 21 social resources, including two structures recorded as the National legacy of the principle lobby called Daiohoden and Daiippo-mon entryway. The structure at this sanctuary, beginning from the front door called Sanmon is all red.

The Daiohoden

The Daiohoden
The Daiohoden

Daiohoden is the fundamental lobby of Sofukuji sanctuary which was worked in 1646. Right now is a statue of Buddha Sakyamuni and furthermore cut 18 statues of Arhat additionally inside. Daiohoden is enrolled as one of the nation’s legacy in Japan.

Daiippo-Mon

Daiippo-Mon
Daiippo-Mon

Daiippo-Mon Gate was worked in 1644 preceding being reproduced in 1696 with material sent from Ningbo, China. Much the same as the Daiohoden, this door is likewise one of Japan’s legacy.

Notwithstanding the two structures, there are additionally different resources, for example, Masodo which is the spot to venerate Maso (Mazu) The goddess of the ocean from China which is accepted to be the benefactor of the cruising individuals, and the huge pot that has been utilized by The priest to bolster the network toward the finish of a starvation in the late seventeenth century.