KODO Tenco


     Why does his mirror writing affect your life ?

   You already know that in the beginning was the Word, and the Word creates universe but how does the Word have a positive impact on your life ? When you act according to what you think, you ought to be you are not what you are. His mirror writing reveals spontaneously your true potential for a heightened quality of life with space energy. According to Jiddu Krishnamurti, all feeling is energy. All living is energy. All life is energy. If that energy is allowed to flow without any contradiction, without any friction, without any conflict, then that energy is boundless, endless. When there is no friction there are no frontiers to energy. This is why you should decorate your room with his mirror writing based on Zen Buddhism because the artwork can solve the friction with his traditional space energy. Please feel the energy flow with your hand from the following his artworks.




Go to his Gallery

   Why does the very sight of his calligraphy make your life improved ? If you can feel the space energy (氣 ; Ki) with your hand from his works, you should walk path of life together because everthing in nature is made from this kind of space energy flow though we cannot see it. In Teaism calligraphy and flower means the enlightenment itself. Check his gallery out now.




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917201765936   KODO Tenco (born in Yokohama, 16 November 1979) is a Japanese calligraphist studying under Nojiri Taiko, who is a president of Taieikai. Since International Exchange Art Exhibition of 150th Anniversary Amity and Commerce between Japan and Italy (Italy (2016)), Tenco has been writing Zen terminology. During the 28th TAIEI Calligraphy Exhibition in Kecskemet city at Raday Muzeum (Hungary (2017)), he also held a tea ceremony there because he is also a Japanese tea master studying under Yoshida Sohkan. Lecturing the college students the Japanese Way of Tea at the Tea House Rinsen (which means facing onto the river in Japanese) in Phnom Penh. He has been promoting Japanese traditional culture to the world since 2015, while traditional Japanese cultures were thoroughly forgotten. For example, Rinsen in Phnom Penh was established by Tenco in imitation of Rinsen in Tokyo under the supervision of Yoshida Shinsai, which was named by Zen master Settei at Daitoku-ji temple in Kyoto.Tenco spent his twenties in Tokyo researching theoretical linguistics especially lexical semantics as a graduate student influenced by parts and boundaries (R. Jackendoff (1991)). After his conference presentation (Double Goal Phenomena in English at 28th the English linguistics society of Japan in 2010), he starts to edit the end, edge, and crust from the view point of not only linguistics but also Zen culture. In 2015 he established Hashihime Co., Ltd. in Phnom Penh which means a cultural linking bridge between overseas countries to appeal the necessity a reverse engineering between Khmer culture lost in Pol Pot era and Japanese culture destroyed by World War. 

Occupation : Taieikai (General Manager), Omotesenke, Hashihime Co,. Ltd.(Chairman), Japan Profeissonal Tennis Association and United States Professional Tennis Association (Tennis Coach) .

Tea Party:Nezu Museum (Japan), Raday Muzeum (Hungary), JCIA Posen Chey College (Cambodia), Never Land (Cambodia), YK Art House (Cambodia).



・Nikkei Communications (Still Model)

・Monthly SAY   (Still Model)   

・Monthly Tokyo Week  (Still Model)

・Kawasaki FM  (Guest Starring)

・Broadcast Station Utsuwa  (Guest Starring)

・Mishi Magazine  (Essay)

・Schole  (Essay) 

・SAKIGAKE  (Essay)

・Geimon  (Essay)

・28th The English Linguistics Society of Japan (Conference Presentation & Academic Publishing)

・International Exchange Art Exhibition of 150th Anniversary Amity and Commerce between Japan and Italy(Calligraphy)

・The 28th TAIEI Calligraphy Exhibition at Raday Muzeum in Kecskemét city in Hungary     (Calligraphy & Tea Ceremony)

VIRA magazine

Kecskemet Online

Kecskemet TV News filmora

Khmer Times (2017)

Khmer Times (2018)

・Nagasaki University (lecture)

・The 29th TAIEI Calligraphy International Exhibition in Brno in Czech (Calligraphy)



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instagram (teaism in English) / instagram (calligraphy in English) / instagram (flower in English)

note (essay in Japanese) / twitter (book recommendation in Japanese)



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