SpotShoso-in

Shoso-in is the treasure hall of Todaiji and home to the belongings of Emperor Shomu that include pieces from along the Silk Road and historically important and extremely old documents. It was constructed in the seven decade long Nara period (710-784AD) in the Azekura-zukuri-style of high floors made of triangular shaped logs. An exhibition of items not usually displayed to the public is held under the title of Shoso-in Exhibition at the Nara National Museum each autumn.

Shoso-in

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奈良県奈良市雑司町406-5

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0742-22-5511

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