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Calligraphy: Buddha’s Heart / Tsuji Jōkan - Busshin
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- Tsuji Jōkan
Tsuji Jōkan (辻常閑, 1948-) is a zen priest of the Daitoku-ji school of the Rinzai sect. The chief priest of the Kisshō-ji temple.
- 600mm x 1900mm
- Roller End Material
Decorative wood coated with black "urushi" (lacquer)
- Material of the Work
- Japanese paper
- JPY 60,000
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- In stock
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In Zen, the word “Busshin” refers to the enlightenment of the Buddha. Zen Buddhism is often called “Busshin school”, seeking the direct realization of Buddha’s enlightenment, to thus cherish the phrase, especially
This work was written by a modern Zen monk born in Aichi Prefecture, Tsuji Jōkan. The work, written by him, who is the chief priest of the Kisshōji Temple on the Daitokuji School of the Rinzai-shū sect, is full of Buddhist virtues (The merits, or blessings, of the Buddha. The workings of its benefits.) as a masterpiece of dignity, inspiring a sense of awe in the audience.