Seiryū-ji

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Seiryū-ji
青龍寺
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Basic information
Location Yamazaki 45-2 Kuwabara, Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture
Affiliation Buddhism
Country Japan
Website Official Website
Architectural description
Completed 1982
Shōwa Daibutsu

Seiryū-ji (青龍寺?) is a Kōyasan Betsuin (affiliate temple) located in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture. The temple was founded by a Great Acharya Ryūkou Oda (織田隆弘?), who later built Shōwa Daibutsu (昭和大仏?) in 1984. Roughly 21.35 meters in height, it is the tallest seated bronze figure of Buddha in Japan.

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Coordinates: 40°49′19″N 140°49′06″E / 40.82194°N 140.81833°E / 40.82194; 140.81833