Not only is the famous spiritual site, but the following six pagodas also make visitors excited by the typical Japanese architecture.
01. Lau Pagoda in An Giang
Lau Pagoda is also known as Phuoc Lam Pagoda, located at Xuan Phu Village, Tinh Bien Town, Tinh Bien District, An Giang. This place is known as “Little Japan in the heart of An Giang.” The name of the pagoda is Lau because of its stacked floor architecture (in Vietnamese, Lầu means floors). The pagoda not only has peaceful scenery but also attracts visitors by its unique architecture in every corner. Photo: Ntan.97, Tondidau.
02. Khanh An Monastery
Located in An Phu Dong Ward, District 12, Ho Chi Minh City, Khanh An Monastery is popularly known as “Little Tokyo.” This monastery has the spirit of Mahayana branch in Buddhism so that its buildings imprints with Japanese architecture. Khanh An Monastery features three primary tones: the brown of wood, the white of lime, and the yellow of decorative patterns. Along with that, there are deep brown tile roofs, hexagonal lampposts and wind chimes hanging everywhere. Besides, the green space makes the pagoda scenery more fresh and pure. Photo: Quyendowtothesoul, Tthy.275.
The pagoda was built according to Japanese architecture, located about 2 km from the center of Pleiku city. Established in 1964 by Venerable Thich Giac Dao, this pagoda has long been a place of worship and offering incense for Buddhists in the area. Visiting here, visitors have the opportunity to admire the 9-story high tower, looming under the green willow row. Photo: Puldayneee, _Quyen.
04. Sac Tu Khai Doan Pagoda
Located on Phan Boi Chau Street, Buon Ma Thuot City, Dak Lak, the architecture of the pagoda is designed entirely of wood with the dominant yellow-brown tones, creating many photography spaces for visitors. Photo: Queen_t, Huyentrang21592.
05. Japanese Covered Bridge, Hoi An
For the people of Hoi An Town, the Japanese Covered Bridge is the soul, a symbol that has existed for more than four centuries. This bridge made of wood painted in lacquer and sculpted with many intricate motifs in Vietnamese architecture – typically dragon, at the same time dotted with Japanese style. This is a place that tourists cannot ignore when coming to Hoi An. Photo: Imuyaattin.
06. Linh Quy Phap An
This pagoda locates at hill 45, village 4, Loc Thanh Commune, Bao Lam District, Lam Dong province, about 23 km south of Bao Loc city center. Linh Quy Phap An has a solemn Spirit Gate, which looks like the “heaven gate,” standing here; you will see the whole majestic natural scenery. Photo: Phamhuee_04.
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