Idiom drawn by Zen Buddhist

[ Zen Phrase ] drawn in 1978
Reference Number
" Zen Phrase " Drawn by Buddhist Monk in 1978
Buddhist priest of the Daikaku-Ji Temple in Kyoto.
The Daikaku-Ji is the headquarters of the Shingon-Shu Sect of Daikaku-Ji School.
Signature & Seal
Part of Drawing
Japanese Paper, 107 x 28 cm ( 42 x 11 inches )
Silk, 185 x 42 cm ( 72.8 x 16.5 inches )
Roller End Material
Hard Plastic
Tomobako Original Wood Box with Signature

This scroll was drawn in March of 1978 (53rd year of the Showa era).
There are few folds, spots and stains.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is good.
A Zen phrase is drawn powerfully using Sumi black ink and Fude Japanese brush.
It is too difficult to describe the meaning of the phrase in a single word, though, in rough translation, it means that "Every thing in this world is nothing so that you should not attach your mind to anything".

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Zen Phrase - Honrai Muichibutsu
Hakogaki Endorsement on Lid
Hakogaki Endorsement on Lid
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
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