Calligraphy master, Kyoto, Japan-The art calligraphy was introduced to Japan by Chinese Buddhist monks who practiced it as a means to spiritual enhancement. During the Heian period the Calligraphy became more popular by the exquisite mastership of three men, who were later called Sanpitsu or the three brushes. http://japanese-tea-ceremony.net/calligraphy.html
Calligraphy by Yukichi FUKUZAWA (1835~1901: Japanese author, teacher, translator and founder of Keiko University in Japan) 福澤諭吉書幅
Shodo : Aoi Yamaguchi. Live japanese calligraphy performance
Aizu Yaichi / 会津 八一 , 1950 by Hiroshi Hamaya. He was a Japanese poet, calligrapher and historian.
Japanese calligraphy by Sesson
“The sound of water says what I think.” ― Zhuangzi