Duplicate Nestorian Stone Japan


 

The most honored of Japanese saints, Kobo Daishi, was deeply impressed with Nestorian Christianity and incorporated some of its tenets into his esoteric Buddhism, forming the new Shingon sect. In Kobo Daishi's honor a duplicate of the Nestorian monument was erected at the old entrance to his mausoleum on Mt. Koya, Japan, in 1911.
 


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