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Kogestu Sogan (1574~1643) Japanese chief preist of Daitokuji Temple in Kyoto, Japan and a devotee of Sado (Japanese tea ceremony). This scroll is about the philosophy of tea, "Guest in the host, host in the guest".

Kogestu Sogan Japanese chief priest of Daitokuji Temple in Kyoto, Japan and a devotee of Sado (Japanese tea ceremony). This scroll is about the philosophy of tea, "Guest in the host, host in the guest".

Zen Calligraphy  Calligraphy by Musō Soseki (1275–1351, Japanese zen master, poet, and calligrapher. The characters "別無工夫" ("no spiritual meaning") are written in a flowing, connected soshō style.

Zen Calligraphy by Musō Soseki Japanese zen master, poet, and calligrapher. The characters "別無工夫" ("no spiritual meaning") are written in a flowing, connected soshō style.

Japanese characters are so elegant! Calligraphy by KANAZAWA Shoko, Japan 金澤翔子

Japanese calligraphy by Kanazawa Shoko

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「心法」 一休   最初の字は心が上下入れ替わり、そして鏡映されている物   via  「書のデザイン」 出光美術館

by Ikkyu, Japan

質実剛健 sitsu jitsu go ken "simplicity and fortitude"

Japanese phrase 質実剛健 sitsu jitsu go ken "simplicity and fortitude".

于右任(1879-1964) 行书“为万世开太平”

于右任(1879-1964) 行书“为万世开太平”

Wa, Kei, Sei, Jaku    The principles of Chado 茶道, the Way of Tea.  Harmony (和 wa), respect (敬 kei), purity (清 sei), and tranquility (寂 jaku).

Wa, Kei, Sei, Jaku - The principles of Chado 茶道, the Way of Tea. Harmony (和 wa)…

遊書家 日吉丸 Dancing

"Dance" in Chibese character - Sensual Calligraphy Scripts initials, typography styles and calligraphic art - HIYOSHIMARU

Calligraphy by Japanese author, Kafu NAGAI (1879~1959) 夕風や吹くともなしに竹の秋 Without really intending it the evening breeze blows away the bamboo leaves.     A poem about the coming of spring, bamboo leaves fall (unlike other plants) in spring, and new ones sprout immediately

Calligraphy by Japanese author, Kafu NAGAI Without really intending it the evening breeze blows away the bamboo leaves. A poem about the coming of spring, bamboo leaves fall (unlike other plants) in spring, and new ones sprout immediately

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Japanese phrase 壁に耳 - 'Kabe ni Mimi ' / "The walls have ears." Japan. -------------- #japan #japanese

Calligraphy: Japanese phrase - 壁に耳 - "Kabe ni Mimi" / "The walls have ears.

神 "Shen" - SPIRIT  Ink on paper.  This was my first tattoo!

神 "Shen" - SPIRIT Ink on paper. This was my first tattoo!

Japanese word 道 "Michi / Dō" - "Dō" means "Way". It defines of the way of Japanese art, any one of a number of spiritual or martial disciplines. So Japanese art has "Dō" at the end, like calligraphy "Sho-Dō", tea ceremony "Sa-Dō", art of arranging flowers "Ka-Dō", fencing "Ken-Dō" and so many others. (calligraphy by Joehoo)

Japanese word 道 "Michi / Dō" - "Dō" means "Way". It defines of the way of Japanese art, any one of a number of spiritual or martial disciplines.

Japanese phrase 喜怒哀楽 ki do ai raku "human emotions (joy, anger, pathos, and humor) "

Japanese phrase 喜怒哀楽 ki do ai raku "human emotions (joy, anger, pathos, and…

Calligraphy master, Kyoto, Japan-The art calligraphy was introduced to Japan by Chinese Buddhist monks who practiced it as a means to spiritual enhancement, google search

Calligraphy master, Kyoto, Japan-The art calligraphy was introduced to Japan by…

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