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  • The Byodo-In Temple in O'ahu, Hawaii.

    在夏威夷歐胡島有個叫平等院的寺廟。

  • I'm Chris, this is the Traveling Princess, and this is part of our series on some of the off-the-beaten-path attractions on O'ahu.

    我是Chris,這是旅行小公主。這集是我們在歐胡島極少人知道的觀光景點。

  • If you've seen all the big things, you've seen Waikiki, you've seen the blow hole, here's some things you might wanna see.

    如果你看過很多熱門的景點,像是威基基、噴湖口,那你可能也會想來這裡看看。

  • And it starts with the Byodo-In Temple.

    先從平等院開始。

  • So, this temple is on the other side of the island from Waikiki.

    這座寺廟是在威基基島的另外一側。

  • So, it's about a 30-minute drive from Waikiki, but what is this temple?

    從威基基開車過來要30分鐘,究竟這是什麼寺廟?

  • It is a replica of a 900-year-old temple of the same name, originally in Kyoto, Japan.

    這是跟日本京都一座有900年歷史寺廟同名的複製版。

  • The original one was made entirely of wood with no nails.

    原版寺廟全部都是木製的,而且沒有用到釘子。

  • This one was built in 1968, primarily of concrete.

    這座寺廟是1968年蓋的,主要是混凝土構成。

  • Now, when you're driving here, put Google Maps in, you're gonna drive through a cemeterythat's the right way to get here, that's right back there.

    當你用Google地圖導航到這時,你會開過一段公墓。那是來這的正確道路,公墓就在後面那邊。

  • Now to come in here, $5 admission per adult; you cross this really neat red bridge, and then we're gonna get to something really cool that you might've heard in the background already.

    現在來到這裡,一個成年人的入場費是5美元。你就能穿過這個非常漂亮的橋,接著我們要去找你可能已經發現的背景音樂是從哪來,超酷的。

  • And it's the sound of the sacred bell.

    這是聖鐘的聲音。

  • This bell, a replica of the original at the Byodo-In in Kyoto.

    這個鐘是京都平等院的複製版。

  • A replica of one of the three most sacred bells in Japan.

    是日本最神聖的三個鐘之一。

  • It's believed that if you ring this on your way in, it will clear your mind of negativity and bring you peace and happiness.

    當地人相信說如果你在途中敲響這個鐘,它可以清除你心中負面的想法,給你帶來平靜和幸福。

  • That is definitely the sound of peace and happiness.

    這絕對是平靜和幸福的鐘聲。

  • Now, before heading into the temple itself, up on the hill is the meditation pavilion.

    在進入主寺廟以前,在山坡上有一個默想涼亭。

  • If the sound of that drone is something you wish to meditate to, you can check this out.

    如果低沈鐘聲中讓你想去默想,你可以過去看看。

  • It's also known as the emperor's fishing pavilion.

    這也被稱作是皇帝釣魚的涼亭。

  • Now, right in the center of the grounds is a really big pond, and it's not any pond, but there's a whole bunch of really big koi fish in there.

    在右邊有一個很大的池塘,這不是一般的池塘。在裡頭有一群巨大的錦鯉。

  • If you like fish, check them out.

    如果你喜歡魚,記得去看看。

  • Even if you don't like fish, check them out, 'cause they are really big.

    但就算你不喜歡魚,也可以去看看,因為錦鯉真的超大。

  • And these koi fish, they are hungry and they will eat food if you give it to them.

    這些錦鯉似乎很餓,如果你給他們食物,他們就會吃。

  • They'll be jumping out of the water for it.

    他們會為了食物跳出水面。

  • If you wanna buy some food to feed the fish, there's a gift shop right here, just on the other side of the bridge from the temple itself.

    如果你想要買飼料餵魚,那裡有間禮品店,就在主寺廟過橋後的另一邊。

  • If you do want to feed the fish or visit the gift shop, do it before 4:30.

    如果你想要餵魚或逛禮品店,要在4:30前去。

  • It closes 15 minutes before the rest of the temple does.

    它比寺廟其他地方早15分鐘打烊。

  • Now, I wanna point out that this actually isn't a functioning temple; there's no monks here, there's no monastic group here.

    這其實不是一個有在運作的寺廟,裡頭沒有僧侶和修道士團體。

  • It's just this replica and a place that you can go in to see.

    這只是一個你可以進去裡頭參觀的複製品。

  • It's been featured on Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum PI.

    《檀島警騎》和《萬能P.I.》都有來過這取景。

  • And if you want to go in the temple of the staircase, you do have to remove your shoes.

    如果你想要踩上階梯進到寺廟,你就要脫掉你的鞋子。

  • But I do want to point out, we are in Hawaii, and not Japan.

    但我想要指出一件事,我們是在夏威夷,不是在日本。

  • Because the sign right there says, "Aloha, please remove your slippers before entering."

    因為那個告示牌說「阿囉哈,請在進入前拖掉你的休閒鞋。」

  • If you haven't picked up that Hawaiian English, "slippers" is Hawaiian English for "sandals".

    如果你還不知道夏威夷式英文,「休閒鞋」在夏威夷式英文是「拖鞋」的意思。

  • Now, as you enter into the temple, they ask you to remove your shoes and carry them with you through the temple.

    當你進到寺廟後,他們會要你脫掉鞋子,並在參觀寺廟時拿在手上。

  • What's in here?

    這裡有什麼?

  • It's a really big, 18-foot tall Buddha statue.

    這是一尊高達18英尺的佛陀雕像。

  • And you probably can't smell it, but a really quite strong smell of incense.

    你可能聞不出來,但它有一股很濃的焚香味。

  • But if you wanna see the Buddha and you don't wanna take off your shoes, you can do that too.

    如果你想看到佛陀,但不想脫鞋的話,你也可以這麼做。

  • Just walk around the outside and peek in through this door, and you can see the Buddha with your shoes on.

    只要走外面就可以透過這扇門看裡面,這樣你就可以穿著鞋子觀賞佛陀。

  • Now, in addition to koi fish, there's also wild peacocks here.

    除了錦鯉外,這裡還有一些野生的孔雀。

  • We didn't see any of the peacocks, but we did see a black swan.

    我們沒看到任何孔雀,但我們有看到一隻黑天鵝。

  • There's also a lot of wild cats that live around here.

    還有很多野貓住在這裡。

  • In addition to being just a touristy temple, it's also a really popular place for weddings.

    這不僅是一間觀光用寺廟,也是一個婚禮的熱門地點。

  • So, if you're getting married, you could consider this for that event as well.

    所以如果你要結婚,也可以考慮這裡當舉辦地點。

  • But if you're coming to Hawaii and you want to see more off-the-beaten-path tourist attractions, well, check out right here for my off-the-beaten-path Hawaii playlist.

    但如果你來夏威夷是想看更多極少人知道的觀光景點,你可以到這看看我整理出極少人知道的夏威夷景點。

  • Or see more of my Hawaii videos, like cheap eats in Waikiki, the best hotels in Waikiki.

    或看更多我介紹夏威夷的影片,像是威基基便宜的小吃,或威基基最棒的飯店。

  • You'll find those in my Hawaii playlist of all Hawaii videos in the description below.

    你可以在描述欄底下找到我的夏威夷影片清單,裡面有全部夏威夷的影片。

  • As usual, we won't say goodbye, 'cause we'll see you in one of those videos.

    跟往常一樣,我們不會說再見,因為我們會在其他影片再見到你。

The Byodo-In Temple in O'ahu, Hawaii.

在夏威夷歐胡島有個叫平等院的寺廟。

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Byodo-In Temple: The Japanese Buddhist Temple in Hawaii(Byodo-In Temple: The Japanese Buddhist Temple in Hawaii)

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    Julianne Sung 發佈於 2021 年 10 月 05 日
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