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FROM PROMINENCE TO OBSCURITY A study of the Darumashū: Japan’s first Zen school Including annotated translations of Jōtōshōgakuron,...
An elaborate kaleidoscope of craft, artistry and religion, Kyoto is one of the world's most popular travel destinations. Art and design form the...
Hyakku-shaku Kannon (百尺観音) on Mount Nokogiri in Chiba Prefecture
I just received this kanjis from a friend of mine, who received from his zen master.
Can anyone help me whith the meaning of...
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Sengai Gibon (仙厓義梵, 1750-1837) was a Zen painter and calligrapher whose ink drawings are characterised by a warm, satiric and often self-critical...
Sengai's "Hotei Yawning"
Sengai's "Meditating Frog"
Sengai's "Ebisu", the Lucky God of fishermen and merchants, holding a rod with a large red snapper
Sengai's "Hotei Pointing at the Moon"
Sengai's "Kanzan and Jittoku"
Self-portrait of Sengai
Sengai's most famous drawing, Circle, Triangle and Square.
The Hojo Hall (方丈) are the abbot's living quarters located next to a pond shaped like the character 心 (kokoro "heart").
Seated statue of Hokan Shaka Nyorai (宝冠釈迦如来 Shakyamuni with a Jeweled Crown) in the center of the Butsuden was made in the late Kamakura period.
The main entrance of the Engakuji in Kita-Kamakura.