Author: Senchu Murano., translator.
Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and Research. Translated from the Japanese. (Taisho Volume 84, Number 2689) 141 pages with bibliography, glossary and index. Kaimoko literally means “to open the eyes.” Here the title is rendered as Liberation from Blindness, in order to avoid a different connotation, “to stare with astonishment.” A text written by Nichiren in 1272.
Green & yellow cloth hardcover with gilt titles and decorative wheel design, a new book. 9 by 6 inches.
A very attractive volume from an excellent series of titles on Buddhist texts.