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Horyuji Temple Five-storied pagoda which is the oldest wooden building in the world
It is said that Horyu-ji Temple is the one made in 607 years.
Horyu-ji Temple Five-Storied Pagoda is built with 'Japanese cypress' that is wood that has about 1300 and long histories, and represents Japan. It is the oldest wooden architecture in the world registered in the world cultural heritage for the first time in Japan in 1993.
The five castle towers that make up the five-storied pagoda represent ground, water, fire, wind, sky from below. Each of the five layers shows its own world (thought), which represents a Buddhist cosmic view.
Architectural structured model by KOBAYASHI KOUGEI
Architectural structure model. It is a flagship model of a building model exceeding 85 cm in height, faithfully reproducing the structure of the internal column.
Production reference time: 200 hours