Hashimoto Dokuzan ” Landscape”

ID  00043

Hashimoto Dokuzan


Zen Rinzai. The 128th chief abbot of Syokoku-Ji. Rokuo-In at Saga in Kyoto.


Painting of a landscape.

Inscription; Valley Village, rain and winds.


Paper Dimension 178.5*95

Whole Dimension 230*112


Sumi ink on a paper, little bit stains on. Vertical silk mounting, fine.

Paulownia box with certificated by Ito Keijyu ( a disciple of Hashimoto Dokuzan).

” a painting of a landscape.”  “This is a Dokuzan’s painting surely. Inscribing by Koshin”

Price 250,000JPY


Pen name; Taiun kutsu, Nanen kutsu. He has changed the honorific name several times. At first, aspiring to be a painter and moving to Kyoto, he trained under Tomioka Tessai. After a while, he had vague doubts in his heart, so he went to Tenryu-Ji to meet the chief abbot Gasan Syotei. After all, he entered Buddhist life. He studied under him in Tenryu-Ji monastery for several years, then he was transmitted the dharma from Gasan Syotei. In 1910, he became a chief abbot of Syokoku-Ji. In 1927, he resigned from all jobs and founded Rokuon-ji in Tottori prefecture to move there. He is widely known as a landscape painter.



Ito Keijyu: honorific name Uncho, Hoko kutsu. He studied under the Gazan, Toiku in Tenryu-Ji at first. He became a chief abbot of Zuisyun-In which is a sub-temple of Syokoku-Ji. After then He studied under Hashimoto Dokuzan and he transmitted his Dharma finally.He died 55 years old.