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"Red plum blossoms after rain" ink on paper, a hanging scroll
南禅寺 Nanzen temple, a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Emperor Kameyama established it in 1291. *On the back of this caligraphy, there are stamps of "南禅寺 Nanzen temple". Some temple's monks had to stamp it between papers to avoid someone (insiders or outsider of thief) to steal their significant items such as their master's caligraphy and their buddist tools.
a Zen monk in Chinese Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). Emperor Hongwu in Ming Dynasty sent him as a national messenger to pass the letter to imperial prince of 天台座主承胤法親王 in Japan. He was a first Chinese monk who successfully survived and contacted Muromachi Shogunate in Japan.