Buddhist Temples of Kyoto and Kamakura Beatrice Lane Suzuki was an extremely well informed and sensitive expositor of Mahayana Buddhism As the American wife of the influential Zen Buddhist Suzuki Daisetsu she lived in Japan for

  • Title: Buddhist Temples of Kyoto and Kamakura
  • Author: Beatrice Lane Suzuki
  • ISBN: 9781845539207
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Beatrice Lane Suzuki 1878 1939 was an extremely well informed and sensitive expositor of Mahayana Buddhism As the American wife of the influential Zen Buddhist Suzuki Daisetsu, she lived in Japan for many years, becoming very familiar with the leading temples of various Buddhist schools especially in Kyoto and Kamakura Buddhist Temples of Kyoto and Kamakura brings togeBeatrice Lane Suzuki 1878 1939 was an extremely well informed and sensitive expositor of Mahayana Buddhism As the American wife of the influential Zen Buddhist Suzuki Daisetsu, she lived in Japan for many years, becoming very familiar with the leading temples of various Buddhist schools especially in Kyoto and Kamakura Buddhist Temples of Kyoto and Kamakura brings together some of her writings from The Eastern Buddhist The collection preserves valuable information from Suzuki s own times and the charm of her personal discovery of the temples described here Further information is also provided to place them in their current context The volume will be of interest to scholars of Japanese Buddhism and to the many travelers to these sites today.

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    2 thoughts on “Buddhist Temples of Kyoto and Kamakura

    1. Interesting to read and quite informative. Since the book was published in 2013, I assumed it was more recent discussions, and the summary I read did not indicate that the author wrote these guides during her lifetime (1878-1939). A great historical perspective from an American woman who was well-versed in Mahayana Buddhism. I liked the book, but it wasn't what I was looking for.

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