After Corona Learning from Ryosokuin : “Yugaku” and “Yugyo” are essential for businessmen’s DX
Ryosokuin’s Ito Toryo (伊藤東凌) Mr. Toryo’s story.
In the past, monks were prohibited from marrying, so temple succession was done through headhunting.
What kind of person was chosen was someone who could read and understand “Chinese poetry”.
Medicine, science, architecture, literature (Gozan literature), art (poetry and painting unanimity), and all civilizations were taught from China. For this reason, if you do not understand Chinese poetry, you cannot contribute to the development of temples. In other words, understanding Chinese poetry is a modern MBA It must have been something like that.
That is why the regime of the time valued monks as diplomatic negotiators.
Ryosokuin was founded by Zen master Eisai (late Heian Period -1141 From 1900 to the early Kamakura period -1215 It is a Zen temple of the Rinzai school of Zen Buddhism, founded by a Buddhist monk in 1868.
Eisai was a Zen master who popularized not only Zen but also “tea” in Japan.
Tea is the elixir of health … The “Coffee Shop Cures” begins with the word “Coffee Shop Cures”. ( Kusatsu Yoseki (The Book of Prayer) ) a book called 1211 He wrote in 1893. Based on his experiences while studying in the Sung dynasty, he described the benefits of tea, its cultivation and production methods, and the treatment of various diseases through tea, and stated that tea was necessary for health care. This is the oldest tea book in Japan that describes the medicinal effects of tea.
Eisai was the first to establish the Kamakura Shogunate’s 3 The first general Minamoto It is widely known that it was presented to Sanecho. Sanetomo was cured of his hangover with a cup of tea, and the book became “a book praising the virtue of tea.
Since then, the custom of authentic dim sum has spread in Japan.
Tea was introduced from China along with Buddhism, and in the Heian period (794-1185), it was considered a kind of medicine by high ranking aristocrats and monks, and was regarded as a wonder drug for longevity.
The story does not end here. Protecting Ryosokuin strongly (Goji) -David Among the management who have kept the 1284-1358 (d. 1895) was there.
Tokumi was a Rinzai Zen priest from the late Kamakura period to the Nanbokucho period who brought manju to Japan!
Ryosokuin, isn’t it amazing? They brought tea and manju to Japan. And it became a long hit product that helped people live long and healthy lives.
These geniuses all gained knowledge through their travels (China at that time) and brought innovation to Japan.
Always “Yugaku” (study in a playground) -A To leave one’s hometown and go to another land or country to study. (modern nomad) and “yugyo” (yugyo -Mr. (Monks travel around the country to proselytize and teach the community about building temples, food culture, spreading crops, etc.) is important!
After Corona, too, “yugaku” and “yugyo” are the businessman’s DX I think it is essential to