Nagasaki Confucius Temple is a "the only Confucius Temple built by Chinese overseas", covering an area of about 3300 square meters and divided into three courtyards. In 2006, it was recognized as Chinese property by the Japanese government. In 2009, it was placed under the management of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and entrusted to the local Chinese overseas Chinese groups. Now it is also called "Chinese Museum of Past Dynasties" and its curator is Chinese. The construction style is the temple style of southern Fujian. Bright colours. The buildings and temples are very Fujian style. Many Fujians immigrated to Nagasaki in that year, which also had a long-term impact. Traffic mode - "take the Nagasaki Road Tram "under the Dapu Heavenly Church" stop and walk for 3 minutes. Development Time - "9:30-18:00 #
Next to the Confucius Temple is the Imperial College. As the saying goes, there is no separation between temples and learning. The Confucius Temple is really worth visiting. There are many stories about Confucius. The eyes of the old Confucius are really original, and a very thoughtful scholar admires it.
Confucius Temple of Nagasaki, located in Dapuding, Nagasaki City, is presumed to have been built in 1893 (Meiji 26). It is the only Confucius Temple built by the Chinese people in foreign countries, which is funded equally by the major rural gangs (mainly the three gangs) after the "Four Tang Temple" of the major rural gangs and at the suggestion of the consulate of the Qing Dynasty in Nagasaki.
In 1905, Nagasaki Shizhong Middle School was founded under the consular initiative of Nagasaki and the sponsorship of overseas Chinese. The school became the only overseas Chinese school in Kyushu, Japan at that time, and its initial location was in the Confucius Temple. Nowadays, secondary schools have moved away. It is said that they are now teaching Chinese.
Nagasaki Confucius Temple was built in Meiji in 26 years with spontaneous donations from overseas Chinese from the Qing Dynasty. All the glazed tiles, blue and white stones, Confucius statues and 72 saints were directly from China. Now there is a Museum of Chinese History. The construction style is the temple style of southern Fujian. Bright colours. The buildings and temples are very Fujian style. Many Fujians immigrated to Nagasaki in that year, which also had a long-term impact.
Last week, I went there in a slightly skewed location. If I went there by bus, it would take a long time. The path leading to Guozijian is shady and quiet. Come into the Guozi Inspection Commission and show you a tour guide, pay respect to Confucius, feel the atmosphere there, as well as the top candidates nominated on the list, including Ji Xiaolan, whom we know well, and so on. Not many people, very quiet, many towering ancient trees, very cool. It's good to feel the ancient rhyme of Chinese classics.
Is it a kind of propaganda of Chinese culture or is it a good idea for many people to come here and visit?
The first time I saw the temple of Chinese Confucian saints in Japan, it was very good.