Buddhism in Japan introduces the histories, practices, and beliefs of various Buddhist schools, thinkers, and practitioners in Japan. It explores popular as well as little known faces of Buddhism in Japan through the reflections on texts, explorations of religious sites, and encounters with practitioners.
Gereon Kopf is a Professor in the religion department at Luther College, Iowa, USA, Visiting Researcher at the International Research Center for Philosophy of Tōyō University, and Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Iceland.
Buddhism in Japan is published bi-monthly.
Concepts of self and no-self at the end of life
Tales of ghost warriors and salvation
An integral deity in esoteric Japanese Buddhism
Expressions of austerity, spontaneity, and simplicity
Between immanence and transcendence