... That site looks familiar, but I can t place it. Either way, you really should look at an overview of the Muromachi and Sengoku periods. At the very leastMessage 1 of 32 , Nov 5, 2008View Source
>>That site looks familiar, but I can't place it.
>> As for the war you are talking about: What source are you using for
>> that? Where did you hear about it? I'm not familiar with anything
>> quite like what you are talking about. More information might be
> heres the site i got it from
Either way, you really should look at an overview of the Muromachi and
Sengoku periods. At the very least I recommend looking into the
Noble Cousin! Greetings from Solveig! ... I m afraid that I am rather skeptical about this. LOTS of monks went on pilgrimages, study trips, and what naught.Message 32 of 32 , Nov 17, 2008View SourceNoble Cousin!
Greetings from Solveig!
> Komyoji is the temple im from. Manabu is my given name and it meansI'm afraid that I am rather skeptical about this. LOTS of monks went on
> study. maro i read was an appropriate finisher to a name and it means
> self. kokaku is my describing name or nick name and it means loan
> traveller. as im playing a travailing monk.
pilgrimages, study trips, and what naught. Also, if you were a monk,
you would have had a name in religion. That is simply how things worked.
One of the things that I did do was look up several Jodo sect monks.
do not appear to have been known by the formal names of their temple,
but there were examples of being known by oblique reference. Manabu
does indeed mean study, but I do not understand why a monk would be
known as 学麻呂 Manabumaro. Unless you are fairly early, -maro is an
ending for a childhood name. Yet, you claim to be a wandering monk.
Monasteries just didn't send their young acolytes out the door like
Also, I suspect that you are way too old for such a name unless you are
from a comparatively early period.
Your Humble Servant
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