Located in the south gate of Dayi Mountain, within the South Gate Square of Shifo Temple. The Yishan Buddha is a statue of Sakyamuni Buddha. It was built on August 28, 2007, and the dome was opened on May 12, 2008 and August 28, 2009. The Buddha statue is made of wrought copper and uses more than 70 tons of copper. The height of the Buddha statue is 33 meters (meaning 33 days), the altitude is 66 meters high; the lotus seat is 6 meters high, the height of the seat is 5 meters, the base platform is 6 meters high, and the bottom line of the platform is 16 meters above sea level. Liu Weishun, the Liuliu Dashun, symbolizes auspiciousness, and is consistent with Buddhism’s “six degrees and six sums”. The Yishan Buddha is the highest sitting Buddha statue in Asia today. The design creator is Chen Jiebin, a famous young sculptor who graduated from the China Academy of Art. The Yishan Buddha is based on the Buddha of Sakyamuni. It is conceived with reference to Buddha statues such as the Burma Buddha, the Hong Kong Temple of Heaven and the ancient Chinese ancient Buddha statues. It reflects solemnity, compassion, condescending, overlooking sentient beings, right thumb, index finger, interlocking, meaning Guan Guan, Ding Hui, Quan Shi, Compassion, etc., the folks call the lotus finger. The Buddha's feet are tied to the scorpion, indicating the Buddha's phasing. The Buddha's eyelids, eyebrows, and nose and mouth are characterized by the charity and peace of the Buddha. The five senses are full of heaven, the square is round, the ears are big, the nose is straight, and the ears are two shoulders. It is the most favorite and appreciated Chinese style. There is a "卍" (sound reading "ten") character on the chest, which means "Fei Duoquan", "Wan De Yuan Rong", "Auspicious Collection" of Rui Xiang.
The lower part of the lotus seat of the Big Buddha is “Shou Mi”. The singer is also called King Kong, which means tall and strong. The seat is 6 meters high and the circumference is about 103.9 meters. The first part (left side): Engraving the Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty handwritten a copy of the Prajna Paramita Heart Sutra. The second part (front part): This part occupies half of the entire relief and is also the core part of the relief. The content is the story of Buddha Sakyamuni's "eight-phase enlightenment." The third part (right side): Da Yishan Buddhist history. It is characterized by the creation of the stone Buddha temple and the historical glory of the “Yuyi Eighteen Temple” of the Dayi Mountain from the opening ceremony of the stone buddha of the stone Buddha temple. Until the Taiping Shengshi rebuilt the stone Buddha temple, the ancient temple was able to re-emerge and the Gaochun gathered to preside over the grand opening of the light. The fourth part (back): Reconstruction of the stone Buddha temple inscription. The inscription records the history of the stone Buddha temple, the reconstruction process, the construction of the Buddha and the scale of the dojo.