In order to understand Japanese calligraphy culture, inherit calligraphy techniques, and acquire the ability as a leader, we have practiced calligraphy education using many valuable book materials. Here are some of these precious works.
Here are some of the valuable works that have been donated to this institute.
At the Teikyo University Research Institute of Calligraphy, we have received a number of valuable works from the calligrapher Koson Enokura, centering on works exhibited at public exhibitions such as the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition and the Yomiuri Calligraphy Exhibition. The Calligraphy Institute will utilize these for future calligraphy education and social education.
Calligrapher. Born in Hyogo prefecture in 1923 (Taisho 12). His real name is Hiroshi. Studied under Ando Seiku.
Received numerous awards such as the Japan Art Academy Prize and the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition Minister of Education Award. Member of Japan Fine Arts Exhibition and Chairman of Calligraphy Incense Society.
Yasuji Morita (1912-), who has been published in many high school calligraphy textbooks and is known as the author of "Kaze no Matasaburo" (1942), one of the monumental works of kanji-kana mixed calligraphy in the history of modern calligraphy. 1959). The Teikyo University Research Institute of Calligraphy has received a donation of a valuable work from Yasuji Morita's bereaved family, Masako Kawai, and is currently investigating and researching it. The results will be widely announced.
Yasuji Morita 1912-1959
Calligrapher. In his youth, he learned Kana from Oki Rokuho and Seiku Ando, and later learned Chinese characters and modern expressions from Sir Teshima and Sokyu Ueda. In the post-war Kana Kana mixed book, he presented a work that blended high expressiveness with traditional expressions, and had a great influence on posterity as a pioneer of Kana Kana mixed books.