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KANCHU IKKANMI ZEN.
- Editora: Kyoto Shorin Izumodera. Nome do propriet√°rio da editora: Izumodera Bunjiro. Ano da publica√ß√£o: 1887. 1 volume. De 26x18 cm. Com 45 f√≥lios. Encaderna√ß√£o original e tradicional japonesa do tipo 'Washo' com capas revestidas em percalina amarela. Ilustrada com 10 gravuras, tamb√©m conhecidas no Budismo Zen pelos '10 B√ļfalos' significando o caminho de ida ao Nirvana e o seu regresso. Obra completa, impressa no s√©culo XIX, com tudo o que se publicou sobre a inicia√ß√£o ao Zen Budismo e ao caminho para atingir (e com o regresso) do Nirvana, transcrito a partir de um c√≥dice (manuscrito) existente num templo budista; e impressa sobre papel de arroz em folha simples (e n√£o dupla) em frente e verso. O texto encontra-se tipografado em dois corpos; encontrando-se os sutras budistas no corpo cental do texto; e os coment√°rios aos sutras no corpo gr√°fico marginal. Apresenta t√≠tulo, colof√≥n; r√≥tulo sobre a capa de brochura; e ex-librris manuscrito na contra capa com origem na associa√ß√£o japonesa '???? ??' = 'Ryoubou Kyoukai, Roudou', i. e. Associa√ß√£o Ryobou, que consistia num grupo de monges zen budistas do Jap√£o. Este grupo foi o respons√°vel pela introdu√ß√£o do zen budismo nos Estados Unidos, ap√≥s o encontro internacional de religiosos em Chicago, no ano de 1893. O autor KIMIYA EMAN foi um monge budista, da seita Tendai, que viveu no final do s√©culo XIX e in√≠cio do s√©culo XX. O nome da obra KANCHU IKKAMNI ZEN significa literalmente: 'Pitada de Sal, Obra Completa e Comentada'. Publisher: Kyoto Shorin Izumodera. Publisher owner?s name: Izumodera Bunjiro. Year of Publication: 1887. 1 volume. 26x18 cm. With 45 folios. Original and traditional Japanese 'Washo' type binding with covers coated in yellow. Illustrated with 10 engravings, also known in Zen Buddhism by the ?10 Buffalos?, signifying the path-way to Nirvana and its return. Complete work, printed in the nineteenth century, with all that had been published on the initiation to Zen Buddhism and the path to reach (and return) Nirvana, transcribed from a codex (manuscript) existing in a Buddhist temple, and printed on both sides in single (not double) rice paper sheet. The text is typed in two sections, with the Buddhist sutras on the central section, and the commentaries on the sutras in the marginal section. Displays title, colof√≥n; label on the cover, and handwritten ex-libris on the back cover with origins in the Japanese Association '? ? ?? ? ?' = 'Ryoubou Kyoukai, Roudou'. The Ryobou Association, consisted of a group of Zen Buddhist monks from Japan. This group was responsible for the introduction of Zen Buddhism in the United States, after the international religious gathering in Chicago, in 1893. The author KIMIYA EMAN was a Buddhist monk of the Tendai sect, who lived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The name of the work, KANCHU IKKAMNI ZEN, literally means: 'Pinch of Salt, Work Complete and Commented'. Location/localizacao: 5-3-D-16
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