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    The Arts and Ethics of Zen Temples: Ginkaku-ji

    With English starting from the front cover and Japanese from the back, this helpful guidebook delves in to the historical Zen temples of Kyoto and Kamakura. Dive into the world of wisdom and beauty with stunning photographs of National Treasures and priceless Buddhist art, brought to you by the Shogakukan publishing house. Part of a timeless series exploring ten of the most prolific holy places of Japan.

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    The Arts and Ethics of Zen Temples: Tofuku-ji

    With English starting from the front cover and Japanese from the back, this helpful guidebook delves in to the historical Zen temples of Kyoto and Kamakura. Dive into the world of wisdom and beauty with stunning photographs of National Treasures and priceless Buddhist art, brought to you by the Shogakukan publishing house. Part of a timeless series exploring ten of the most prolific holy places of Japan.

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    The Arts and Ethics of Zen Temples: Engaku-ji

    With English starting from the front cover and Japanese from the back, this helpful guidebook delves in to the historical Zen temples of Kyoto and Kamakura. Dive into the world of wisdom and beauty with stunning photographs of National Treasures and priceless Buddhist art, brought to you by the Shogakukan publishing house. Part of a timeless series exploring ten of the most prolific holy places of Japan.

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    The Arts and Ethics of Zen Temples: Tenryu-ji

    With English starting from the front cover and Japanese from the back, this helpful guidebook delves in to the historical Zen temples of Kyoto and Kamakura. Dive into the world of wisdom and beauty with stunning photographs of National Treasures and priceless Buddhist art, brought to you by the Shogakukan publishing house. Part of a timeless series exploring ten of the most prolific holy places of Japan.

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    The Arts and Ethics of Zen Temples: Kencho-ji

    With English starting from the front cover and Japanese from the back, this helpful guidebook delves in to the historical Zen temples of Kyoto and Kamakura. Dive into the world of wisdom and beauty with stunning photographs of National Treasures and priceless Buddhist art, brought to you by the Shogakukan publishing house. Part of a timeless series exploring ten of the most prolific holy places of Japan.

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    The Arts and Ethics of Zen Temples: Kennin-ji

    With English starting from the front cover and Japanese from the back, this helpful guidebook delves in to the historical Zen temples of Kyoto and Kamakura. Dive into the world of wisdom and beauty with stunning photographs of National Treasures and priceless Buddhist art, brought to you by the Shogakukan publishing house. Part of a timeless series exploring ten of the most prolific holy places of Japan.

  • BookLiterature

    The Practice of Not Caring (Kodawaranai Renshyū)

    Hardship is the cause of a lot of inner fixation. Buddhist monk Ryunosuke Koike explains methods for relieving all those many hang-ups. Eighteen sections cover themes such as not fixating on equality and not stressing the rules.

  • BookFood

    Zen & Food (Zen to Shoku)

    Famous works by Dōgen, the grandfather of Zen Buddhism, explained by prominent monk-professor and “leading garden designer” Shunmyō Masuno. Luxurious, yet simple meals and the heart of Zen-style cooking at the start of each and every shining new day.

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    How to Break the Rules of Your Mind (Atama no Kimari no Kowashi-kata)

    Deciding that the answer to something is totally obvious is anyone’s problem. But is it really that obvious? If we can toss our unfortunate sense of commonly accepted truths, we can lighten the burden on both mind and body.

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    The Practice of Not Suffering (Kurushimanai Renshyū)

    Correcting loneliness and discontent through practice—25 simple steps to train your mind throughout daily life. Say goodbye to that inadvertently cultivated self of worries.

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    The Practice of Not Thinking (Kangaenai Renshyū)

    Tips on how to take a vacation from your worries from a popular Buddhist monk, Ryunosuke Koike. Koike instructs on practices that put our senses to good use—release your frustrations and anxieties through practice, and say goodbye to overthinking. Including fiery debate with brain researcher Yuji Ikegaya. A world-wide best seller—over 1.2 million copies in 7 countries.

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    The Name of Love (Koi no Namae)

    This is the latest edition of the series that brought the world best-selling The Name of Rain (Ame no Namae). Poet Junko Takahashi composes words of love for scenes that will make your heart flutter. For everyone who loves love and beautiful words.