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Japanese Culture
The kanji for zen
Sever illusion, suppress feeling, clarify the heart, consider the truth and master Zen.

Originally this word was Sanskrit language 'Dhyāna'. And China people use 禅 for describe the word in kanji. Strictly speaking, at first 禅 wad little different, but that kanji was not use in present days, so similar kanji 禅 is using now.

This kanji used in Zen Buddhism(禅教), or study of Zen which affected Mahayana Buddhism(大乗仏教). The Zen sect has become the backbone of the samurai spirit, tea cult and ikebana or Japanese flower arrangement. It has exerted great influence on Japanese thought, culture and literally all aspects of Japanese life.
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calligrapher: sakura
caterogy: kanji calligraphy
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Japanese calligraphy is formative utilizing characters and letters, which originated in China then subsequently introduced into Japan. The Japanese languages incorporates "Kanji", Chinese ideograms, and "hiragana" and "katakana", both unique to Japan.
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