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Japanese Buddhism: A Cultural History. Tokyo: Kosei Publishing, 2000. This book is a recent English translation of a work by Yoshiro Tamura originally published in Japan in the late 1960s.
Japanese Buddhism: A Cultural History Paperback – March 1, 2001. For me, the book was a "must" as I was starting writing my seminar on Japanese Buddhism, and I found it captivating not only in style, but also in the depth of the explanations it gave. 15 people found this helpful. by Yoshiro Tamura (Author).
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A History of Japanese Buddhism. A History of Japanese Buddhism. Cultural History, trans. SiNGle AND MUlTiPle PrACTiCeS – JINRIKI AND TARIKI, CoMPAriSoN oF SHiNrAN AND eiZoN, BUDDHAHooD or BirTH iNTo THe PUre lAND, oBSerVANCe AND ViolATioN oF THe PreCePTS&, SAlVATioN oF THe iNDiViDUAl. stories that teach us the meaning of life, gives us principles to live by and helps us understand our fate.
Japanese Buddhism : A Cultural History. Published by Kosei Publishing Company. ISBN 10: 4333016843 ISBN 13: 9784333016846. The English translation of Tamura’s book on Japanese Buddhism. Tokyo: Kosei Publishing C. 2000. Talking about Buddhism.
William E. Deal and Brian Ruppert, A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2015. In particular, the book builds a multiple perspective analysis by comparing competing interpretations on their subject throughout. Chapter 1, "Early Historical Context (Protohistory to 645)," considers early Japanese Buddhism within the contexts of both Asian and East Asian traditions.
1 History of Japanese Buddhism. Yoshiro Tamura (2005), Japanese Buddhism, A Cultural History, Kosei Publishing C. ISBN 4-333-01684-3. Arrival of Buddhism in China along the Silk Road. Kofun period (250 to 538). According to the Book of Liang, which was written in 635, five Buddhist monks from Gandhara traveled to Japan in 467. At the time, they referred to Japan as Fusang (Chinese: 扶桑; Japanese pronunciation: Fusō), the name of a mythological country to the extreme east beyond the sea:. Victoria, Brian Daizen (2006), Zen at war (Second e., Lanham . Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. by Jeffrey Hunter and Yoshiro Tamura. Buddhism was founded in India more than two thousand years ago, but the Japanese molded it to suit their culture, and it became one of the most enduring and far-reaching cultural and intellectual forces in Japan's history.
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