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Tokyo: Kōdansha, 1970–1973. [BQ 670 D35 1970] In addition to being the most important source for works related to Japanese Buddhism, this collection also contains much that is of use to students of China: catalogues of scriptures, pilgrimage diaries, commentaries on Chinese texts, indexes to Chinese Buddhist histories, etc. A wide-walled yard fronts the Kiku Tamsa, and this space is thronged by a motley crowd when (as is the custom in June and November) the pictures are exhibited.

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Publisher: Columbia University Press (November 5, 2013)

ISBN: 0231164149

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