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JODO SHU A DAILY REFERENCE 《英語本》
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JODO SHU A DAILY REFERENCE 《英語本》

A5判 108頁 ISBN978-4-88363-150-6 C3015

浄土宗総合研究所 編

法然上人の生涯、浄土宗の教え・歴史、儀礼などを英文で丁寧に解説。
浄土宗用語の日英両語の語録集としても便利。

JODO SHU : A DAILY REFERENCE
Edited by the Jodo Shu Research Institute

1999 A5 108 pages

This pocket sized volume offers an official overview of Jodo Shu teachings, practices and history. It begins with a short biography of Honen Shonin, the founder of Jodo Shu, and then provides an outline of his teachings, including a schematization of his key concept of "senchaku" (selection). A concise history of Jodo Shu since its founding in 1175 shows the trajectory of Pure Land teachings in Japan from Honen's six main disciples, including Shinran the founder of Jodoshin Shu, to Jodo Shu's engagement in present day social issues. A section on Jodo Shu ceremonies gives an overview of the wide variety ceremonies, customs, holidays, and daily practices among Jodo Shu followers. A detailed three part index gives renderings for technical terms in Chinese characters, English and romanized Japanese. These terms appear throughout the text in all three renderings thus facilitating study and standard reference for both Japanese and English language speakers. Finally, a listing of Jodo Shu offices in Japan and abroad offers a handy reference to the make-up of our denomination. Originally conceived as an aid for overseas priests in teaching Jodo Shu practices in English to their followers, this volume is also an excellent resource for lay followers to learn about Jodo Shu in a systematic, comprehensive and yet concise way. The detailed three part index of over 200 Jodo Shu terms makes this volume a two way reference tool for both Japanese wishing to be able to talk with foreigners about Jodo Shu teachings and for foreigners wishing to study the teachings and practices of Jodo Shu.
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A RAFT FROM THE OTHER SHORE《英語本》
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A RAFT FROM THE OTHER SHORE《英語本》

B6判 120頁 ISBN978-4-88363-329-6 C0015

服部正穏著

「HONEN SHONIN AND BUDDHISM」を新装改訂。
法然上人の教えと思想が学べる英文入門書。
海外でも大好評。

A RAFT FROM THE OTHER SHORE
Honen and the Way of Pure Land Buddhism
Sho-on Hattori
Revised and Edited by
Jonathan Watts & Yoshiharu Tomatsu

Softcover 119 pages, B4 6" × 9"
ISBN : 4-88363-329-2 (April 2001)

"Sho-on Hattori uses a simple but penetrating prose to introduce us to the life and teachings of Honen. He also gives us an illuminating and essential view of how Pure Land Buddhism relates to the entire Buddhist tradition. This is the first time that an English language volume accessible to the common reader has been offered on Honen, his teachings and Pure Land Buddhism from the perspective of his very own denomination, Jodo Shu. With a deep knowledge of Buddhist teaching and a feel for the western audience from his over ten years in the United States, Hattori-sensei offers us an invaluable view of this great master and the most popular form of Buddhism in Japan." -Ishigami Zenno, Professor Emeritus, Taisho University, Tokyo

CONTENTS
I. The Life of Honen Shonin
Beginnings
Within the Buddhist Establishment
Breaking Away
A Path for All
Exile
Final Journey
II. The Way of Honen Shonin
A Crisis of Faith
A Teaching for the Times
Many Buddhas, One Body
Selecting a Path
The Nembutsu as an Expression of Buddha Dharma
III. Pure Land Buddhism
The Essence of Pure Land Buddhism
The Compassion of Amida Buddha
God and Amida Buddha
The Meaning of "Pure Land"
IV. Essential Buddhism
Interdependence
Impermanence
Not-Self
Emptiness
V. Buddhism in Life
Buddhism for the Modern World
The Blessings of Adversity
Self-Reflection
Appendices A Chronology of Honen Shonin
A Guide to Further Reading

Rev. Sho-on Hattori was born in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, in 1933. He received his B.A. from Taisho University in Tokyo, and his M.A. from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, U.S.A. He served as a Buddhist minister at the Jodo Shu Betsuin in Los Angeles from 1959 to 1967. He is now a professor emeritus at Tokaigakuen Women's College and the head priest of the Chofuku-ji temple in the city of Tsushima, Aichi Prefecture.
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Traversing the PURE LAND PATH《英語本》
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Traversing the PURE LAND PATH《英語本》

B5変形判 176頁 ISBN978-4-88363-341-8 C081

浄土宗総合研究所 編著

『法然上人行状絵図』を中心に、豊富な絵図を用いて英文で編集。
法然上人と出会った人々の伝記から上人の教えの真髄に迫る。
浄土教の重要な用語もコラムに。

TRAVERSING THE PURE LAND PATH
A Lifetime of Encounters with Honen Shonin
Edited by Jonathan Watts and Yoshiharu Tomatsu

176 pages, B4 6" X 9"
ISBN: 4-88363-342-X (August 2005)

In establishing his own Pure Land Buddhist community in 1175, Honen (1133-1212) initiated the great Japanese Kamakura Buddhist reformation in which the great teachers Shinran, Dogen and Nichiren subsequently followed. Drawn from The Forty-Eight Fascicle Biography of Honen Shonin written around 1313, this volume chronicles the lives of the many different kinds of people whom Honen taught to find release from suffering and Birth (ojo) in the Pure Land "just as you are". Significant new editions of Honen's own words clarify the various interpretations that his followers took of his teachings. Also, numerous, short information boxes offer background into the history and teachings of Pure Land Buddhism. Reprinted drawings from The Forty-Eight Fascicle Biography of Honen Shonin, a designated National Treasure of Japan, are interspersed within the text to dramatize Honen's life. A special full color section of these 31 reprints is included at the beginning of the volume. From Alfred Bloom, Professor Emeritus at the University of Hawai'I, renowned Pure Land scholar, and author of such titles as Shinran's Gospel of Pure Grace, The Promise of Boundless Compassion, and Living in Amida's Universal Vow. "Honen is the pioneer who established the Pure Land Buddhist teaching as a distinct religious movement in medieval Japan. Nevertheless, there has been a dearth of materials to put his work and achievements in meaningful perspective. Editing a voluminous, traditional biography, the authors of this volume have combined modern insight with traditional narrative. They give us a glimpse of the reverence and esteem for Honen among the ancient people, lifting him above the ordinary. At the same time they offer a historical perspective on him and his successors' devotion and compassion in announcing the good news of Amida Buddha's Vow, expressed in the Nembutsu (the recitation of the name of the Buddha), to the yearning masses. The text also reveals the diversity of viewpoint and nuance among the successors. This volume is a welcome addition to the growing literature in the field, broadening our understanding of the Pure Land teaching and assisting spiritual seekers in their quest for a meaningful and humane approach to life."
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Never Die Alone Death as Birth in Pure Land Buddhi
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Never Die Alone Death as Birth in Pure Land Buddhi

B5変形判 175頁 ISBN978-4-88363-041-7 C0015

浄土宗総合研究所 発行/ジョナサン・ワッツ/戸松義晴 編

浄土宗総合研究所の「Ojo&Death(往生と死)」プロジェクトチームが、2年間にわたり、「往生と死」について、浄土教、日本仏教が現代社会にどのような意味を持ち、関わっていくのかを研究した成果。法然上人の往生観をはじめ、カール・ベッカー氏や、英国、タイなどの研究者が講演した記録などを収録。

NEVER DIE ALONE
Birth as Death in Pure Land Buddhism
Edited by Jonathan Watts and Yoshiharu Tomatsu

175 pages, B4 6" X 9"
ISBN: 4883630412 (July 2008)

To die alone is perhaps everyone’s greatest fear, yet in the modern world in hospital rooms, nursing homes or private residences, it has become “routine”. This volume covers many aspects of this issue, from our basic fears of death and of facing death alone, to what lies on the other side of death, and perhaps most importantly, what we should do now to prepare for that penultimate moment of life, which is death. It explores why the pursuit of wisdom, compassion, and the ending of our cycles of affliction and dissatisfaction is not a task that should be pursued nor can be achieved alone. We should never die alone because we all can learn together from the amazing moment of death. Like a birth, a marriage, or a graduation, death can be a festival of sharing a tremendously important experience. It can bring us closer to others, to ourselves, and to wholeness. From the lavish cover painting which has served Pure Land followers for centuries as an object of contemplation on their deathbeds to the five essays by prominent Pure Land specialists contained inside, this small book offers useful tools with which to encounter death; and to experience death as Birth (ojo).
Authors include: Mark Blum author of The Origins and Development of Pure Land Buddhism; Carl Becker author of Breaking the Circle: Death and the Afterlife in Buddhism; David Brazier author of Who Loves Dies Well: On the Brink of Buddha’s Pure Land; Yoshiharu Tomatsu the Director of the Jodo Shu Research Institute’s Ojo and Death Project; and a group of Thai Buddhists offering a different view of Buddhist dying.
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Just as you are  《英語版「マンガ法然上人伝」》
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Just as you are 《英語版「マンガ法然上人伝」》

普及判B6変型判 206頁 ISBN978-4-88363-322-7 C8715

監修 阿川文正/脚本 佐山哲郎/絵 川本コウ/ 翻訳 Leslie Higley

浄土宗出版刊の『マンガ法然上人伝』を、絵はそのままに「せりふ」を英訳。
英語圏の人々に、法然上人のご生涯や教えを伝えるときに便利。
また、日本語版と合わせて読めば、浄土宗を英語で伝えたい人、学びたい人の参考書としても便利。

JUST AS YOU ARE
The Manga Biography of Pure Land Master Honen Shonin
Tetsuro Sayama -author, Ko Kawamoto - illustrator

205 pages, A5 5" X 7.5"
ISBN: 4883630455 (April 2009)

Honen Shonin is one of the outstanding figures of Japanese Buddhism, having initiated the first independent Pure Land school and nurtured a long list of eminent disciples, like Shinran, who developed Pure Land Buddhism as a rich and varied spirituality in Japan. Honen's legacy is also significant for the entire Japanese tradition in that by being the first to break with the dominant schools and institutions of the day, he laid the foundation for the flowering of the unique style of Japanese Buddhism by Shinran, Dogen, and Nichiren. Using the popular, comic book form, or manga as it has become popularized in Japan, this volume offers an entertaining and easy way to enter Honen s world and teachings. From the shock of his father's assassination to his trials as a young monk in search of the way to his revolutionary teaching of the Buddha s way for all to his final illumination in Birth in the Pure Land (ojo), the visual and visceral power of the manga form brings Honen's experiences to life.
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THE THREE PURE LAND SUTRAS  (英訳 浄土三部経)
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THE THREE PURE LAND SUTRAS  (英訳 浄土三部経)

A5変形判 218頁 

浄土宗総合研究所 編

浄土宗総合研究所が取り組んできた『無量寿経』『観無量寿経』『阿弥陀経』の英訳版。浄土宗教学の伝統的理解との照合に取り組んだ、法然浄土教、日本浄土教の研究に必読の書。

The Three Pure Land Sutras
Translated from the Jodo Shu Sacred Text

The JODO SHU
RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Translated by
Karen J. Mack

Edited by
The JODO SHU RESEARCH INSTITUTE
The Three Pure Land Sutras English Translation Project

Director of International Relations Section: Noriyoshi Tamaru
Chief of Translation Project: Tomatsu Yoshiharu
Main Translator: Karen J. Mack
Editor: Hojo Ryushi, Ishida Kazuhiro, Sato Kensho

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Contents
Foreword

Foreword

Translator’s Note

Introduction

Translation

1. The Immeasurable Life Sutra
First Scroll
Second Scroll

2. The Visualization of Immeasurable Life Sutra

3. The Amida Sutra


Index

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FORWARD

In April of 2003, the Jodo Shu Research Institute created a translation project for an official Jodo Shu version of the Three Pure Land Sutras (Jodo Sanbu-kyo). This project was run in tandem and in consultation with the Institute’s official Jodo Shu contemporary Japanese language version of the same texts, which had begun in the previous year 2002. The intent of these projects was to commemorate the 800-year memorial of Honen’s death in 2011. Furthermore, at present, most publications in English on Japanese Pure Land Buddhism reflect the interpretation of the Jodo Shin school, whose founder Shinran was one of Honen’s disciplines. In this way, Jodo Shu has sought to increasingly develop English language publications that reflect the particular understandings of Honen and the Jodo Shu school he founded in 1175.
The base text used for this work is the Jodo Shu’s official version of the sutras known as the Jodo Shu Seiten, which is also the base of the contemporary Japanese translation. The Sanskrit texts as well as other Chinese versions were also further consulted. Finally, the contemporary Japanese translation group was consulted in further matters of interpretation.
At the beginning of the project, Prof. Karen Mack (Ph.D. Kansas University) was brought in after working at the Japanese National Museum in Tokyo to act as the main translator. Her work was advised by members of the Jodo Shu Research Institute’s International Affairs Division under the leadership of Rev. Yoshiharu Tomatsu. Tokuzen Tamaru, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University, served as the chief of the project. Four members of the translation project (Rev. Kensho Sato, Rev. Kazuhiro Ishida, Rev. Ryushi Hojo, and Rev. Jokei Ichikawa) did extensive research into subtleties in the Sanskrit and the classical Chinese texts as well as the particular Jodo Shu interpretations. Finally, we would like to express our greatest thanks to Rev. Zenno Ishigami, who served as the Director of the Institute until 2012, and Rev. Tatsuo Imaoka, the Vice-Director, who enthusiastically supported the work and efforts of the team.
Rev. Jogen Fujimoto
Director
Jodo Shu Research Institute




Foreword

It is a great pleasure for us to be able to publish The Three Pure Land Sutras, the most basic scriptures for the Jodo Shu, in English. The translation and publication of these sutras is part of a large-scale project to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the death of the founder Honen Shonin (1133-1212). This volume will be followed and supplemented by companion volumes containing other important documents, such as the collection of Honen’s sayings on various occasions of his career, the correspondence he had with his disciples and followers from different social strata and Shan-dao’s Commentary on The Visualization of the Buddha of Immesurable Life Sutra. These supplementary materials, which are made available to the English reading public for the first time, together with the English version of his main work Honen’s Senchakushū and of his illustrated biography Honen: the Buddhist Saint will certainly help to promote understanding his message in its totality.
For every religion it is a matter of utmost importance to transmit its teaching or message to people in the world and the posterity. Generally, this aim can be achieved in a number of ways. For instance, it can be communicated by means of ritual practices and exercises, it can also be conveyed through such symbolic expressions as painting and sculpture, etc. However, there is little doubt that along with these various means, the linguistic transmission has so far played an essential part in the religious history of humanity. Especially, sacred scriptures containing religious message in the form of written words sometimes transcend the language barriers and become part of the common property of wider circles of people. Perhaps we need not be reminded of the fact that, in this respect, Buddhism proved to be extremely productive and has left us an abundant literary heritage.
In talking about the transmission of Buddhist teaching in the East-Asian world, the special circumstance should be kept in mind: as Buddhism, which started on Indian soil, was brought to China via Central Asia, its scriptures were eagerly and continuously translated into Chinese to form what we now call The Chinese Tripiṭaka. When these writings were further brought to Japan, though, no similar effort of translation was undertaken. Instead, our forefathers developed a unique method of keeping the Chinese texts and notation as they are and reading or interpreting them in a Japanese manner. Incidentally, this same procedure was applied also in the study of other Chinese classics. Thus, the Chinese texts of the sutras have long remained fundamental in all Buddhist schools in Japan.
In the course of recent years, however, owing to a rapid change in social and cultural circumstances, this unique method has gradually become obsolete, and the need has come to be keenly felt for rendering these texts in an easily accessible contemporary language. Indeed, it is for this reason that last year we completed the program of restating the Three Pure Land Sutras and some other texts in modern Japanese. Our present project of translating and publishing these scriptures in English is also meant to serve the same objective of making them more familiar to an international audience. We sincerely hope that this English version, based on the Chinese original, and interpreted according to the new edition in modern Japanese, will contribute to ensuring a better understanding of the teaching of Pure Land as espoused in these scriptures.

Director of International Relations Section
Noriyoshi TAMARU
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Honen Shonin《英語版「法然上人」》
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Honen Shonin《英語版「法然上人」》

カラー変形B5判 10頁 ISBN978-4-88363-504-7 C0015

文 高橋良和/絵 飯田順雅

末法濁世に、すべての人が平等に救われるお念仏の教えを説いた法然上人、その誕生から立教開宗までの求法の半生を平易に記述。
英語版絵伝。
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