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Kinkaku-ji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion) . . Lego MOC - 鹿苑寺[金閣寺] Kinkaku-ji Kinkaku-ji Kinkaku-ji (金閣寺, Temple of the Golden Pavilion), also known as Rokuon-ji (鹿苑寺, Deer Garden Temple), is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan.The garden complex is an excellent example of Muromachi period garden design. It is designated as a National Special Historic Site and a National Special Landscape, and it is one of 17 World Cultural Heritage sites in Kyoto. It is also one of the most popular buildings in Japan, attracting a large number of visitors annually. 鹿苑寺 鹿苑寺,又名金閣寺,是一座最早完成於1397年(應永四年)的日本古剎,位於京 都府京都市北區,是一座臨濟宗相國寺派的寺院,其名稱源自於日本室町時代著名 的足利氏第三代幕府將軍足利義滿之法名,又因為寺內核心建築「舍利殿」的外牆 全是以金箔裝飾,所以又被暱稱為「金閣寺」。 鹿苑寺除了是知名的觀光旅遊景點之外,也被日本政府指定為國寶,並於1994年以 「古都京都的文化財」的一部份被聯合國教科文組織指定為世界文化遺產的重要歷 史建築。 金閣寺(舍利殿)是一座緊鄰鏡湖池畔的三層樓閣狀建築,一樓是延續了當初藤原 時代樣貌的「法水院」(屬寢殿造風格,也就是平安時代的貴族建築風),二樓是 鎌倉時期的「潮音洞」(一種武家造,意指武士建築風格),三樓則為中國(唐 朝)風格的「究竟頂」(屬禪宗佛殿建築)。寺頂有寶塔狀的結構,頂端有隻象徵 吉祥的金鳳凰裝飾。 三種不同時代不同的風格,卻能在一棟建築物上調和完美,是金閣寺之所以受到推 崇的原因,除此之外,效仿自衣笠山的池泉回遊式庭園裡有許多風格別緻的日式造 景,讓它成為室町時代最具代表性的名園。 資料來自於 wiki http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/%E9%B9%BF%E8%8B%91%E5%AF%BA The Golden Pavilion (金閣, kinkaku) is a three-story building on the grounds of the Rokuon-ji temple complex.The top two stories of the pavilion are covered with pure gold leaf. The pavilion functions as a shariden, housing relics of the Buddha (Buddha's Ashes). The building was an important model for Ginkaku-ji (Silver Pavilion Temple), and Sh?koku-ji, which are also located in Kyoto. When these buildings were constructed, Ashikaga Yoshimasa employed the styles used at Kinkaku-ji and even borrowed the names of its second and third floors. Each floor of the Kinkaku uses a different architectural style. The first floor, called The Chamber of Dharma Waters, is rendered in shinden-zukuri style, reminiscent of the residential style of the 11th century Heian imperial aristocracy. The second floor, called The Tower of Sound Waves, is built in the style of warrior aristocrats, or buke-zukuri. The third floor is built in traditional Chinese cha'an style, also known as zenshu-butsuden-zukuri. The building is topped with a bronze phoenix ornament. The Golden Pavilion is set in a magnificent Japanese strolling garden (回遊式庭園, kaiyuushiki teien).The pavilion extends over a pond, called Kyoko-chi (鏡湖池, Mirror Pond), that reflects the building. A small fishing deck (釣殿, tsuridono) is attached to the rear of the pavilion building, allowing a small boat to be moored under it. The kinkaku-ji grounds were built according to descriptions of the Western Paradise of the Buddha Amida, intending to illustrate a harmony between heaven and earth. The largest islet in the pond represents the Japanese islands. The four stones forming a straight line in the pond near the pavilion are intended to represent sailboats anchored at night, bound for the Isle of Eternal Life in Chinese mythology. Wiki information Reference : http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Kinkaku-ji 這是鹿苑寺境內全圖。但財力及時間問題只能砌到金閣。 It is the full real map of Kinkaku-ji. But I built the main golden pavilion only MOC作者感想: 這是我其中一個展出於的 BrickAdventure 2011 的作品。用了接近 4000~5000 塊 磚才砌成這個作品。小弟是手腳慢的人,接近花了4~5月來搜集材料及完成作品。 創作以日式加傳統中式建築混合為主,顏色配搭以實物的黃、黑、啡及白色為主。 事實上Lego金閣寺早於被 Lego-Land 及著名樂高大師直江和由先生 ( http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/kaznao055/ ) 創作過了,小弟步於其後,當然一定是 比起直江大師及Lego公司的遜色好多好多,但也儘量發揮以配合 BA2011 日本城的 主題。 MOC Creator Comment: It is one of my MOC and show in Brick Adventure 2011. It used out 4000~5000 pieces lego to build the Golden Pavilion. I made it within 4~5 months and spent lot of time to collect the bricks and items. It looks like as mixed of Japan and traditional Chinese architecture style and used the color pattern with the yellow,black,brown,white color. Actually, we can find the first Lego architecture of Kinkaku-ji which is created by Lego-Land and Mr. Kaznao (http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/kaznao055/). My MOC must be the worst one but I will try my best at cooperating with BA 2011 Japan City. 這張相片經過加工,但也是我最爰的一張,它令整個寺廟看起來很輝煌。 This photo is edited by my photoshop skill but I like this very much. It made the brilliant of the Pavilion. 正面圖,金閣寺實景裡,儘是日式回遊式庭園的設計,亭閣位於河岸上再伸展於鏡 湖池。 The front view, the Golden Pavilion is set in a magnificent Japanese strolling garden (回遊式庭園, kaiyuushiki teien).The pavilion extends over a pond, called Kyoko-chi (鏡湖池, Mirror Pond), that reflects the building. 採用了側視圖拍攝,出來效果也不錯。 It is smart for the photo if it is captured in other corner view。 背後圖。你有發現有什麼特別地方嗎? The back view, do you find some special thee? 為了令整個畫面更加好看,加上了大量石頭,藍地板,紅花,樹木。看起來有點像 秋天的金閣寺。 To enhance the picture, I would like to add more stones, sea base, red flowers, trees. It seems it becomes to the Autumu of Kinkaku-ji. 鳥瞰圖,你會發現有鏡湖池,釣殿,葦原島及金閣。 The bird-view, you can find the Kyoko-chi, small pavilion Tsuridono, Ashihara Island and the main Golden Pavilion. 駕一艘小舟與賤內共遊這個池上,共賞這個金閣。 It is me, I drive the boat with my wife and take the photo for Golden Pavilion. 旁邊的釣殿 Tsuridono, 是當時用於釣魚作樂,也容許小船泊近。 A small fishing deck tsuridono is attached to the rear of the pavilion building, allowing a small boat to be moored under it. 一樓是「法水院」式的建築。 The first floor, called The Chamber of Dharma Waters, is rendered in shinden-zukuri style. 二樓是鎌倉時期的「潮音洞」(一種武家造,意指武士建築風格)。在這樓我做了 這個特別的日本江戶女孩人偶來帶出感覺來。 The second floor, called The Tower of Sound Waves, is built in the style of warrior aristocrats, or buke-zukuri. And I created one special Japanese girl minifig in this floor. 三樓則為中國(唐朝)風格的「究竟頂」(屬禪宗佛殿建築) The third floor is built in traditional Chinese cha'an style. The third floor is built in traditional Chinese cha'an style, also known as zenshu-butsuden-zukuri. 頂部是以青銅鳳凰為裝飾。 The building is topped with a bronze phoenix ornament. 可以拆散為五件modular (一樓/二樓/三樓/簷/頂部),方便運送收藏。 It built as modular design MOC, It can separate to 5 individual parts. 沒有什麼內裝,但最起碼會有樓梯給人偶上落。 No more special interior design is provided but I will keep the stairs at least. 這個是葦原島更是有代表日本島之意,島上有各種奇山怪石,包括Hatakeyama石、 赤松石、細川石。 The pond contains islands of various sizes upon which can be found a variety of rare rocks and formations, including the Hatakeyama Rocks. And the Ashihara Island in the pond represents the Japanese islands。 看! 有一個 8803人偶 武士在葦原島休乘著呢~ In the Ashihara Island, the 8803 minifig Samurai is taking the rest. 這個漁夫正受他的悠閒下午呢~ The fishman is enjoying his morning. 再加多一個我創的日本女孩,配合沙龍式拍攝方法。 It is my another Japanese girl which is located in the Pavilion. I like this Japan-style saloon pciture. 這是金閣寺門牌,現實世界中入口當然不是這樣子吧。 It is the entry of the Golden Pavilion. But it is virtual in the real world. 竟然是虛構,那麼加上 TF2兄,大使兄的火車及王子兄的大型火車站吧! Ichiban ! If it is the lego world , we can try connect to other creator's MOC to establish the BIG BIG world. Thanks for other BA member TF2, AndyBear,WilliamWong. 多謝觀看,介紹文章長篇大論希望不會令你納悶 ^0^ Thank you for your visiting~ Special thanks for BA team member William Wong's photography. Special thanks for HAGGER , he help me for the reference. I started at cuusoo, if you like it , please go support at lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/9115


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