In addition, it is also copied in the main temples of the Jodo sect. The Tokugawa family in Kishu, who was born in Yoshizong, and the Tokugawa family in Owari, one of the other "three imperial families", are very popular. This reflects the fact that the Tokugawa family is very popular. Different from the understanding of ancestral entrepreneurship by branch families, it involves the secret struggle of various Buddhist sects. In any case, after the vigorous promotion of Yoshizong and Pure Land, the Tokugawa hegemony advocated by Kai Luck depends on the belief of Amitabha that is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people.
As mentioned above, in the screen paintings color correction services painted in the late Edo period, Ieyasu Shuaiying must have hung the banner of "removing the dirty soil, seeking pure land". The time is similar to the time when the "Kaiyunlu" was popularized, which shows the causal relationship between the two. At the end of the Tokugawa period, the banners of the middle and lower levels of the shogunate used this as a basis, and compiled the story of Yasushi Ieya transcribing "Namo Amitabha Buddha" every day, echoing the saying in "Kaiyunlu". From what we have seen above, the flag of "Leave the filth, seek the pure land" can actually be said to be "made" in the middle of the Edo period.
However, thanks to the joint efforts of religion and politics, the flag was successfully "posthumously presented" to Ieyasu, which is even more profound. Imprinted in the impression of today's Warring States fans. This article is reprinted with permission from the Japanese History Column , and the original text was published on this YouTube channel , the new work " Japan Warring States. "The History of the Oritoyo Period " and " 70 Questions to Unravel the Emperor's Secret " have been published, and your support is welcome According to reports , a woman in Taoyuan City found that the second floor of an apartment was uninhabited for a long time.