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作:翠玉佛師

In the early Tang Dynasty, Xuanzang is a Chinese Buddhist monk, scholar, traveller who had far in search of many Sutras to India, and translator who translated the Diamond Sutra of an Indian text to Chinese.
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深沙大将


作:翠玉佛師

Bodhidharma is an Indian Buddhist monk. And he created Zen in China. He is said to had been a third prince of the Pallava dynasty in south India. But he is thought of as Persian.
He made a voyage to south China from south India during the Liu Song dynasty and practiced asceticism of "Menpeki" that he spent a lot of time in a seated position at Shaolin Monastery.
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作:翠玉佛師

Saichō was a Japanese Buddhist monk credited with founding the Tendai school in Japan, based around the Chinese Tiantai tradition he was exposed to during his trip to China beginning in 804. He founded the temple and headquarters of Tendai at Enryaku-ji on Mt. Hiei near Kyoto. After his death, he was awarded the posthumous title of Dengyō Daishi.
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空海


作:翠玉佛師

Saichō was a Japanese Buddhist monk credited with founding the Tendai school in Japan, based around the Chinese Tiantai tradition he was exposed to during his trip to China beginning in 804. He founded the temple and headquarters of Tendai at Enryaku-ji on Mt. Hiei near Kyoto. After his death, he was awarded the posthumous title of Dengyō Daishi.
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最澄


作:翠玉佛師

En-no-Ozunu was a Japanese ancient magician that is generally defined as a mystic ascetic of Shugendō. He constructd a prototype of Shugendō. Shugendō is that a disciplinant gets on-the-ascetic training in the mountains. There are many legends about him. He was banished to Izu Ōshima by the Imperial Court, but he was described in his mythology that he flew off to India after he derived mystic power from Mount Fuji.
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作:翠玉佛師

Saigyō Hōshi was a famous Japanese poet, Buddhist monk and samurai warrior of the late Heian and early Kamakura period. His best-known works of poems will be as we will see below.
"Let me die in spring under the blossoming trees, let it be around that full moon of Kisaragi month." (negawaku wa, hana no shita nite, haru shinamu, sono kisaragi no, mochizuki no koro.)
願わくは 花の下にて 春死なむ その如月の 望月のころ (ねがわくは はなのしたにて はるしなむ そのきさらぎの もちづきのころ)

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作:鳳佛師

Ono-no-Takamura is known as Sangi Takamura by "Ogura Hyakunin Isshu" ; a Japanese waka poems of one hundred. He was an early Heian period the Court Councillor (参議 Sangi) and furthermore the expert from a wide variety of fields. Takamura was told in a lot of legends. One of the most singular of these legends is the story that nightly he would climb down to hell from a water well and support Yamarāja.
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閻魔王