Songs about Takuan:

songsTakuan by Florent Vollant from the Album Eku Mamu

songsTakuan by Flemming Agerskov from the Album Takuan (feat. Jakob Davidsen)


Books about Takuan:

booksImmovable Wisdom, The Art of Zen Strategy: The Art of Zen Strategy, The Teachings of Takuan Soho by Nobuko Hirose (Jan 7, 2014)

booksImmovable Wisdom: The Art of Zen Strategy : The Teachings of Takuan Soho by Nobuko Hirose (Dec 1992)

booksSword of Zen: Master Takuan and His Writings on Immovable Wisdom and the Sword Tale by Peter Haskel (Nov 30, 2012)

booksTakuan: Tokugawa Iemitsu ni shitawareta meiso (Chuko shinsho) (Japanese Edition) by Makoto Funaoka (0010)

booksTakuan the Manchurian (Adventure Series) by O.E. Simon (Jun 6, 1997)

booksTakuan Osh? zensh? (Japanese Edition) by Takuan S?h? (Jan 1, 1897)

booksTAKUAN SOHO: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Buddhism by WILLIAM M. BODIFORD (2003)


Wiki information Takuan:

Japanese Dish, Dish, Food

Takuan, also known as takuwan or takuan-zuke, is pickled daikon radish. Takuan is often served alongside other types of tsukemono in traditional Japanese cuisine, and is also enjoyed at the end of meals as it is thought to aid digestion. In Korean it...

Takuan Sōhō
Deceased Person, Person

Takuan Sōhō was a major figure in the Rinzai school of Zen Buddhism. Takuan Sōhō was born into a family of farmers in the town of Izushi, in what was called Tajima province. At the age of 8 in 1581, Takuan began his religious studies; two years later...