Collected the works of calligraphers with "Japanese-style decorations" as the theme. Each work of calligraphy has meanings of thoughtfulness, hospitality, attentiveness, and the mental readiness to deal with matters.
Japanese calligrapher who lives in Kyoto. Using the calligraphy style of Wang Xizhi as a foundation, he diligently studied works from the Song Dynasty and of the Japanese Buddhist monk, Kukai to develop his own unique world. He was attracted to the fresh vitality and simple beauty of the written characters. The short, sharp lines that Hakuju writes create a resonance and interval like that of a percussion instrument, with an elegance that can be seen in the contrast between the brush strokes and the empty spaces.