The Intercourse between Zhejiang and Japan on Buddhism Culture in the Yuan Dynasty

@inproceedings{Zheng2002TheIB,
  title={The Intercourse between Zhejiang and Japan on Buddhism Culture in the Yuan Dynasty},
  author={Lin Feng Zheng},
  year={2002}
}
Zhejiang was one of the Buddhism Centers in the Southeast China in the Yuan Dynasty, meanwhile more than 60 famous Japanese monks came to Zhejiang studying Buddhism culture and taking scriptures from there when 10 and more noted Chinese monks in Zhejiang were invited to Japan on Buddhism mission. The mutual interactions procured many young Buddhism monks, achieved a series of works on Buddhism studies and promoted two nations' intercourse on Buddhism into mutual benefit and enhancement.