Bamboo, Kanji Drawing by Buddhist Monk

[ Bamboo ] Kanji Chracter Drawn by Buddhistic Priest
Reference Number
" Bamboo " Kanji Calligraphy by Buddhist Priest
Ohashi Korin (1901 - 1983)

Buddhistic priest belonged to the Daitoku-Ji school of the Rinzai-Shu Sect of Zen Buddhism.
Korin was born in Hashima of Gifu Prefecture in the 34th year of the Meiji era.
He entered the Hanazono University in Kyoto after Tokudo ordination in 1909.
Since 1920, he spent years pursuing spiritual practices under Maruyama Deni at the Daitoku-Ji Temple.
In 1926, Korin became the chief priest of the Korin-In Temple at the Daitoku-Ji.
In 1930, he became the chief priest of the Enshin-Ji Temple in Nachi-Katsuura of Wakayama Prefecture.
In 1973, he became the chief priest of the Ryuoh-Ji Temple in Ueno city of Mie Prefecture.
He died in the 58th year of the Showa era at the age of 83.

Signature & Seal
Part of Writing
Japanese Paper, 103.5 x 27 cm ( 40.7 x 10.6 inches )
Silk, 182 x 30.5 cm ( 71.7 x 12 inches )
Roller End Material
Tomobako Original Wood Box & Paper Box

There are one small hole and one small amotion at the top of the mounting.
Although, the condition of this scroll is not bad.
A Japanese Kanji character that means bamboo is written powerfully and quaintly with Japanese brush.
A joint of bamboo is expressed pleasantly.
This scroll is for Chanoyu (Japanese tea ceremony).
However, it is good for hanging in an ordinary room.

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Rakkan Signature & Seals of Ohashi Korin (Buddhist Priest)
Signature & Stamps
Roller End made from Bamboo
Roller End
Hakogaki Endorsement
Hakogaki Endorsement
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box & Paper Box
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box & Paper Box
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