Todai-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Nara, Japan. It was established in 752 and is one of the oldest and largest temples in Japan. The main hall, the Daibutsuden, houses one of the largest bronze statues of the Buddha in the world. The temple was originally built to promote Buddhism in Japan and played a significant role in the development of Nara as a center of Buddhist culture and politics. Todai-ji Temple has undergone several rebuilds over the centuries and today serves as a popular tourist destination and symbol of Nara’s rich cultural heritage.

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