About Myanmar Japan Pagoda

Mr. Kumano, the Chairperson of General Incorporated Foundation Japan Myanmar Cross Link Association, donated 301 historic Buddha statues he protected in Myanmar to Most. Ven. Pandawontha of Aung Zabu Tawya Temple on October 18th, 2012. Since then, Aung Zabu Tawya Temple in Myanmar is also known as Japan Pagoda which named after Japan with the gratitude to Japanese people.


  • April 2019

    The English website opened.

  • June 2018

    Publication of the photobook, “Myanmar Japan Pagoda -301 Buddha Statues- “.
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  • June 2017

    Japan Myanmar Cross Link Association becomes an incorporation.

  • May 2017

    Most. Ven. Pandawontha from Aung Zabu Tawya Temple came to Japan for the visit to Kongobuji in Koyasan and Kumano Hongu Taisya. Mr. Kumano showed him around.Read More

  • March 2017

    The article about the association was published on “BigLife21”. It features the protection and donation of 301 Buddha statues to Aung Zabu Tawya Temple performed by Mr. Kumano.Read More