Daitoku

Some articles on daitoku:

Daitoku-ji - History
... Daitoku-ji originated as a small monastery founded in 1315 or 1319 by the monk Shūhō Myōchō (宗峰妙超?) (also pronounced Sōhō Myōchō) (1282–1337), who is known ... attributed to the rivalries and conflicts between Daitoku-ji and other well-known Zen temples, as well as between Daitoku-ji and the political authorities ... Daitoku-ji became particularly important from the sixteenth century, when it was predominantly supported by members of the military establishment, who sponsored the ...
Oda Sessō
... Oda Sessō (小田 雪窓, 1901—1966) was a Rinzai Rōshi and abbot of the Daitoku-ji(大徳寺) in Kyoto, Japan, a Dharma successor of Gotō Zuigan ... He was elected abbot of Daitoku-ji upon Goto's retirement from that post in 1955 ... At Goto's request, Oda opened Daitoku-ji to foreigners ...
Sōkō Morinaga - Biography
... at Daishuin under Goto Zuigan, formerly abbot of Myoshin-ji and at that time abbot of Daitoku-ji, after finding himself adrift at the end of World War II ... Later, he became head monk of Daitoku-ji ... Sessō Rōshi, who was also a disciple of Gotō Zuigan Rōshi and who succeeded him as abbot of Daitoku-ji ...
Kitaōji Station - Surroundings - Kyoto City Kitaōji Bus Terminal
... Bus Platform E for Sembon Kitaoji and Bukkyo University Route 1 for Daitoku-ji and Bukkyo University Extra route for Bukkyo University Route 北1 for Bukkyo University and Gentaku Route 37 for ...