Japan has carried out physical examination for the national treasure Kamakura Buddha.

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 Japan has carried out physical examination for the national treasure Kamakura Buddha.


Overseas network April 23, a seminar held in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan, announced the results of a large-scale physical examination from January 2016 to March in Kamakura, the city of Kamakura (the Tathagata, the national treasure). Experts believe that there is no serious aging, the Buddha is in good condition, but there are only more than 100 gum sticks inside. According to Japans Kyodo news agency, it is possible for some visitors to stick to gum because they can directly touch the big Buddha inside. Nabemu Kinaomi, the Minister of the preservation and repair of the national western art gallery in Japan, who investigated the damage, said that the gum had become hard as a stone and had been shoveled with a scalpel. There are also graffiti and oil painting scribbling. There is an opinion that it should be forbidden to touch the interior, but it is also the object of faith, said Misaki Sato Takashio, a senior resident abbot. It also wants people to use their palms to feel the temperature in the harsh environment. It is understood that the Kamakura Buddha is about 11.3 meters high and is made of copper. It began construction around 1252 in Kamakura era. The last large-scale investigation of the Buddha was Showa repair from 1959 to 1961 half a century ago. Source: Overseas editor: Fan Jiang, _NN9138 According to Japans Kyodo news agency, it is possible for some visitors to stick to gum because they can directly touch the big Buddha inside. Nabemu Kinaomi, the Minister of the preservation and repair of the national western art gallery in Japan, who investigated the damage, said that the gum had become hard as a stone and had been shoveled with a scalpel. There are also graffiti and oil painting scribbling. There is an opinion that it should be forbidden to touch the interior, but it is also the object of faith, said Misaki Sato Takashio, a senior resident abbot. It also wants people to use their palms to feel the temperature in the harsh environment. It is understood that the Kamakura Buddha is about 11.3 meters high and is made of copper. It began construction around 1252 in Kamakura era. The last large-scale investigation of the Buddha was Showa repair from 1959 to 1961 half a century ago.