Where in the world is Eido Roshi?



Eido Roshi and students, August 2014
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February 2015 - University Course Taught by Eido Roshi in Japan
Probably the same university as in the past. Text details unknown.
The university is probably Shogen College in Gifu, Japan. Course is in Japanese.
For event, date and details, please contact directly.



Tentative - April 2015 - East Meats West Sesshin in Istanbul - Led by Ven. Eido Shimano Roshi
Jukai opportunity. Teisho and Dokusan by Eido Roshi. For more information


LETTERS FROM EIDO ROSHI TO THE SANGHA


SEPTEMBER 3, 2014 Letter from Eido Shimano Roshi to the Sangha. pdf of email


AUGUST 11, 2013 Sangha Event. Kiyuu Yokoyama known as Kiyuu-san passed away on August 7th, 2013. Eido Roshi conducted the funeral and burial service at DBZ on August 11, 2013. Please remember Kiyuu-san in your prayers. Eido Roshi wrote a tribute to Kiyuu-san entitled A Country Gentleman



JULY 4, 2013 | JULY 4, 2013 Letter from Eido Roshi to the Sangha | Ven. Eido Shimano addresses the Sangha on July 4th, 2013, the 37th Anniversary of Dai Bosatsu Zendo Kongo-Ji.



MARCH 2, 2013 | Eido Roshi's Letter to recently departed Venerable Genki Takabayashi, one of the pioneer teachers of Rinzai Zen to America. (dated March 2, 2013) Ven. Genki Takabayashi lived in America for nearly 30 years but only went back to Japan twice.



FEBRUARY 13, 2013 | Letter to the Sangha From Eido Shimano Roshi (dated february 13, 2013)
Venerable Eido Shimano Roshi responds to a letter issued
by the Board of Directors of the Zen Studies Society on January 31st, 2013.


DECEMBER 28, 2011 | New Year's wishes from Eido Roshi





How is Eido Roshi?

Soen Roshi spent his time saying "All is right."







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Eido
Please contact Zensho Martin Hara.
zensho.martin.hara@gmail.com
Rinzai Zen Sangha Website http://rinzaizensangha.org.




The events above are privately held events, not associated with an organization. Dharma students are encouraged to attend and support Shobo-ji and Hounzan Kongo-ji with their presence and their nen.






With great gratitude to Eido Roshi.
This is written without his consent, approval or knowledge.