Kukai: Major Works
Kukai, more commonly known by the honorific Kobo Daishi, was one of the great characters in the development of Janpanese culture. He was active in literature, engineering, calligraphy, and architecture and is represented in this work in terms of his major effort--the introduction of esoteric Buddhism from China, which resulted in the formation of the Shingou sect still active in Japan. Eight of his works are presented here.
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Review: Kukai and His Major WorksUser Review - Sarah - Goodreads
Hard to comprehend for me, but there's some useful stuff in there, if you're into Buddhism and Japanese history and whatnot. Read full review
Review: Kukai and His Major WorksUser Review - Jayarava - Goodreads
This is the standard work on English on Kūkai otherwise known as Kōbōdaishi, the founder of Shingon Buddhism. Hakeda is a reliable translator who has, it seems to me, conveyed the spirit of Kūkai's ... Read full review