Kouou was born in Hiroshima Prefecture in the 25th year of the Meiji era.
He pursued Buddhistic practices under Enkai at the Hosen-Ji Temple in Hiroshima.
In 1920, Kouou went to Hawaii to supervise the missionary activity.
In 1946, he became the first chairman of the Koya-san Shingon-Shu Sect of Buddhism.
In 1972, he became the 404th chief priest of the Kongobu-Ji Temple and also became the Kancho (Minister) of the Koya-san Shingon-Shu Sect.
And, Kouou contributed to the well-being of society.
He deceased in the 51st year of the Showa era at the age of 84.
There are some faint spots and slight folds on the drawing part.
The condition of this scroll is not so bad.
A Kanji idiom is drawn well in good form.
The idiom says that "Calm and harmonious wind blows all over the country."
Meaningful phrase !
This scroll was drawn after Kouou became the chief priest of the Kongoubu-Ji Temple.
So, it was drawn between 1972 and 1976.