21/04/2013

Nanzen-Ji

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Nanzenji 南禅寺 Nanzen-Ji
Southern Zen Temple

Nanzen-ji (南禅寺, Nanzen-ji), or Zuiryusan Nanzen-ji, formerly Zenrin-ji (禅林寺, Zenrin-ji),
is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan.
Emperor Kameyama established it (chokugan) in 1291 on the site of his previous detached palace. It is also the headquarters of the Nanzen-ji branch of Rinzai Zen. Zenkei Shibayama, who provided a popular commentary on the Mumonkan, was an abbot of the monastery. The precincts of Nanzen-ji are a nationally-designated Historic Site and the Hōjō gardens a Place of Scenic Beauty.


sanmon 山門 "mountain gate", entrance gate

Landscape poem
In the year 1410 a Zen Buddhist monk from Nanzen-ji, a large temple complex in the Japanese capital of Kyoto, wrote out a landscape poem and had a painting done of the scene described by the poem. Then, following the prevailing custom of his day, he gathered responses to the images by asking prominent fellow monks and government officials to inscribe it, thereby creating a shigajiku詩画軸 poem and painting scroll. Such scrolls emerged as a preeminent form of elite Japanese culture in the last two decades of the fourteenth century, a golden age in the phenomenon now known as Japanese Zen culture.
© More in the WIKIPEDIA !


. Chokuganji 勅願寺 Chokugan-Ji, "Imperial Temple" .


Nanzen-Ji,also called Zuiryusan,is one of the most well-known Rinzai Zen temples in Japan.
- - - - - HP of the temple:
source : www.nanzen.com



南禅寺展図録

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source : autoc-one.jp/drive - Takeoka

Nanzen-Ji is especially famous for its Tofu dishes.
. Washoku - Nanzenji toofu 南禅寺豆腐 .
Kinugoshi tofu covered with a hot sauce of kuzu ankake.


The ink stone of temple Nanzen-Ji.
. WKD : Inkstone (suzuri 翡翠硯) .


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鶯やしんかんとして南禅寺
uguisu ya shinkan to shite Nanzen-Ji

this bush warbler -
the deep silence
at temple Nanzen-Ji






source : tabisuke.arukikata.co.jp


行く秋や松の木の間の南禅寺
yuku aki ya matsu no ki no ma no Nanzen-Ji

autumn is leaving -
temple Nanzen-Ji between
the pine trees



. Masaoka Shiki 正岡子規 visiting temples .

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萩枯れて山門高し南禅寺
hagi karete sanmon takashi Nanzen-Ji

bush clover has withered -
the high entrance gate
of temple Nanzen-Ji


. 高浜虚子 Takahama Kyoshi .



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source : so-inoue-suiboku.jimdo.com


達磨忌や狐も啼くか南禅寺
Daruma ki ya kitsune mo naku ka Nanzen-Ji

Daruma Memorial Day -
maybe even a fox is calling
at temple Nanzen-Ji


Nakamura Fumikuni 中村史邦 - 五雨亭
Haiku poet from the Edo period, Aichi, Inuyama, Owari. Later he moved to Kyoto and even to Edo.
His hokku are published in "Sarumino".
Student of Matsuo Basho since 1690, when he met Basho in Kyoto.
He also used the names 中村荒右衛門, 中村春庵, 大久保荒右衛門 and 根津宿之助.
He was a medical doctor by profession.

. Daruma Ki 達磨忌 Daruma Memorial Day .


MORE - hokku by Fumikuni
source : itoyo/basho/whoswho/humikuni
source : kobunko.html


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ほとゝぎす鳴て入けり南禅寺
北枝

南禅寺大門に置く夏帽子
高井美智子

南禅寺裏の蓑虫日和なる
成瀬桜桃子

喝と音して南禅寺鹿おどし
木田千女

春泥を飛びこえとびこえ南禅寺
草間時彦


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