Nichiren by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka Buddharts Buddha Arts

Nichiren In A Dilapitated Hut At Tsukahara

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Nichiren In A Dilapitated Hut At Tsukahara, Sado Island by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (1839-1892) Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Nichiren writes:
I left Echi on the tenth day of the tenth month (1271) and arrived in the province of Sado on the twenty-eighth day of the same month. On the first day of the eleventh month, I was taken to a small hut that stood in a field called Tsukahara behind Homma Rokurō Saemon’s residence in Sado. One room with four posts, it stood on some land where corpses were abandoned, a place like Rendaino in Kyoto. Not a single statue of the Buddha was enshrined there; the boards of the roof did not meet, and the walls were full of holes. The snow fell and piled up, never melting away. I spent my days there, sitting in a straw coat or lying on a fur skin. At night it hailed and snowed, and there were continual flashes of lightning. Even in the daytime the sun hardly shone. It was a wretched place to live.

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