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Esoteric hand sown Japanese Pilgrim's coat with hand written sutra and mantra, the mantra is 'nam myoho renge kyo' which means 'Devotio to the mystic law of cause and effect that exists  ...
Esoteric hand sown Japanese Pilgrim's coat with hand written sutra and mantra, the mantra is 'nam myoho renge kyo' which means 'Devotio to the mystic law of cause and effect that exists  ...
Esoteric hand sown Japanese Pilgrim's coat with hand written sutra and mantra, the mantra is 'nam myoho renge kyo' which means 'Devotio to the mystic law of cause and effect that exists  ...
Esoteric hand sown Japanese Pilgrim's coat with hand written sutra and mantra, the mantra is 'nam myoho renge kyo' which means 'Devotio to the mystic law of cause and effect that exists  ...
Esoteric hand sown Japanese Pilgrim's coat with hand written sutra and mantra, the mantra is 'nam myoho renge kyo' which means 'Devotio to the mystic law of cause and effect that exists throughout the sounds and vibrations of the universe' this mantra is associated with the Nichiren sect of Buddhism and is referred to as Daimoku or Great Invocation. There are 12 red temple stamps on this coat. The stamps were received by the pilgrim at each temple he visited and recited the sutra (larger text). The translation of the kanji on the inside of the pilgrim's coat names the wearer and his home town, at the top: Kamikuramochi, a district in present-day Fukui Prefecture and at the bottom: owner's name: Muramatsu Kakuzo