(1895-1979). Soto Zen Master. Left Japan during the military buildup in the 1930s preceeding the Second World War, travelled throughout Asia. Returned to Japan in the 1950s. Left Japan in the 1960s when the Soto Zen Church would not accept his full Transmission of Myoshin Ekaku, a nun as a Dharma-heir because she was a woman. Travelled in Europe. In the late 1960s went to Canada and established a small Zen monastery, Hakukaze-ji. There he gave Transmission to Anzan Hoshin who continues his Lineage.

An old and dear friend of mine.

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