Sato Mona

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Name
Sato Mona
Affiliation
Teikyo Heisei Nursing Junior College
Research funding number
20449359

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
SATO Mona
Journal of Indian and Buddhist studies   64(2) 542-546   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
SATO Mona
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   63(2) 635-640   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
The Rin’yo-sho『林葉鈔』is a unpublished manuscript only found in the Osu-Library at Shinpukuji-temple. When and how it was written is unclear, because the last volume and colophon do not remain. Futhermore, there is no reserch on this text. In this pa...
SATO Mona
Journal of Indian and Buddhist studies   56(2) 521-525   Mar 2008   [Refereed]
This paper introduces the newly found manuscript of Jippan's (実範) Byochu-shugyo-ki (病中修行記) preserved in the Kongo-ji collection.There is no handwriter’s colophon in the manuscript, and the shape of the characters seems unique. But considering the ...
SATO Mona
Interdisciplinary studies in Japanese buddhism   (5) 67-78   May 2007   [Refereed]
SATO Mona
Journal of Indian and Buddhist studies   51(2) 655-657   Mar 2003   [Refereed]
SATO Mona
Studies of Indian philosophy and Buddhism   (9) 80-92   Sep 2002   [Refereed]
Dohan 道範(1179-1252) was a monk of the Shingon school 真言宗 on Mt. Kōya 高野山 in the early Kamakura 鎌倉 period. The aim of this paper is to investigate his ideas on the Pure Land 浄土 in the Himitsu-nenbutsu-shō 秘密念仏抄, one of his representative works on A...
SATO Mona
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   49(2) 614-616   Mar 2001   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Notes on the manuscripts of Shukaku's U-ki
The study groups on Shukaku's U-ki
Studies of Buddhist Culture   (13/14) 35-69   Mar 2011
Mona sato
Studies of Buddhist Culture   (4) 130-141   Mar 2000
The Pure Land in Shingon Buddhism-Especially in Dōhan's Thought
Sato Mona
75(4) 214-215   Mar 2002

Conference Activities & Talks

 
What is the Mahāvairocana?:with a focus on Dōhan's Three-Point Theory [Invited]
Sato Mona
International Symposium: Medieval Japanese Buddhist Practices and Their Visual Art Expressions   19 Jan 2019   Co-sponsored by the Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, Harvard University and Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia (BARC), Ryukoku University
Dates: January 18 (Friday) and 19 (Saturday) 2019
Panel 4 (10:45 am- 12:45 pm)
Development of Medieval Japanese Esoteric Buddhism and Its Art
Dōhan's Three-Point Theory on the Bodies of the Buddha
Sato Mona
9 Sep 2018   
Dōhan’s Influence on Shingon Rongi Doctrine
Sato Mona
67th The Japanese Asssociation of Indian and Buddhist Studies   3 Sep 2016   
A Study of the Rin’yo-sho in the Osu Library at the Shinpukuji-temple
Sato Mona
30 Aug 2014   
The Rin’yo-sho in the Osu Library at the Shinpukuji-temple
Sato Mona
19 May 2012