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"Ginkakuji" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei
KK-50GT-
Kobayashi Kougei 1/50 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Production reference time: 50 hours
Number of parts: 700 pieces

"Houryji Temple Yumedono" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei
KK-50HYD-
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/50 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Wood carving Buddha statue attached

"Todai-ji Daibutsuden" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei
KK-200TDD-
Kobayashi Kougei 1/200 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Yakusugi used for some parts

"Yakushi-ji Temple-Toto" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei / Art Model K1
KK-70YTT-
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/70 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Main material: Hinoki
Wooden parts count: 149 kinds, 836 pieces
Number of metal parts: 16 kinds, 49 pieces
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Production reference time: 50 hours

"Horyu-ji Temple-Goju-no-To" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei
KK-70HTG-
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/70 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Main material: Hinoki
Wooden parts count: 157 kinds, 1,151 pieces
Metal: soft metal, copper, others
Number of metal parts: 21 kinds, 156 pieces
(79 soft metal parts: copper etching parts: 2 types, 76 pieces)
Approximate hours of hands-on time 50 hours

"Muro-ji / five-storied pagoda" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei
KK-360MTG
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/36 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Look at the production video which arrived from Mr. Gordon Miller living in Canada.
YouTube Video http://youtu.be/FbiqPGTpx6Q

"Houry-ji Temple Inner Gate" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

KK-100HTI
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/100 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Inner Gate of Horyu-ji is a Japan's National Treasure. Horyu-ji is a Buddhist temple in Ikaruga, Nara prefecture, Japan. It was registered as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area".

Look at the production video which arrived from Mr. Gordon Miller living in Canada.
YouTube Video
http://youtu.be/YoOqRPHNjpE
http://youtu.be/Ggi5-YUDnyg

"Horyu-ji Temple-Kondo" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei
KK-100HTK
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/100 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Look at the production video which arrived from Mr. Gordon Miller living in Canada.
YouTube Video http://youtu.be/ojx6Tkahcdg

"Horyu-ji Temple-Goju-no-To / Five-Story Pagoda" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

KK-100HTG
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/100 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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"Houry-ji Temple Yumedono - Hall of Dreams" Wooden Japanese Temple Model

Kobayashi Kougei
KK-100HTY
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Kobayashi Kougei 1/100 Scale Wooden Japanese Temple Model

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Yumedono is one of the main constructions in the T?-in area, built on the ground which was once Prince Shotoku's private palace, Ikaruga no miya. The present incarnation of this hall was built in 739 to assuage the Prince's spirit. The hall acquired its present-day common name in the Heian period, after a legend that says a Buddha arrived as Prince Shotoku and meditated in a hall that existed here. The hall also contains the famous Yumedono Kannon (also Kuse-, or Guze Kannon); which is only displayed at certain times of the year.