Template talk:Japanese Buddhism
This template was co-created with User:Sacca, User:TonyMPNS, User:Nat_Krause, User:18.104.22.168 and User:22.214.171.124/126.96.36.199, based on discussions at Template_talk:Buddhism#needs_more_Japan. Larry Rosenfeld (talk) 13:36, 5 May 2007 (UTC)
Proposal of photograph change
I propose the change in the photograph on the template. The Kamakura Daibustu doesn't symbolize the Japanese Buddhism, and it doesn't symbolize even the Buddhist art of Japan of Kamakura Period. In the Kamakura Daibustu, it is difficult to find the originality of the Buddhism of Japan. It is an established theory of the academic society in Japan. I think that I am one of the individuality of the Buddhism of Japan where the pagoda is the most comprehensible. I think that three photographs explained as follows are appropriate.
- The Pagoda of Ichijō-ji - Pagoda in wayō (和様, "Japanese") that is Japanese original design.
- The Pagoda of Hōryu-ji - this buddhist temple is near origin of the Buddhism of Japan.
- Alternate："Yumedono" of Hōryu-ji
- I executed it because there was no dissenting opinion. --663highland (talk) 12:36, 28 May 2009 (UTC)