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The komusō (literally “priest of nothingness” or “monk of emptiness”) were a group of Zen Buddhist mendicant monks who wandered the roads of Edo period Japan. They would play elaborate tunes on their bamboo flutes as they begged for alms, their faces (and thus, their ego) completely concealed by a distinctive hood woven from straws or reeds. Unsurprisingly, many were recruited as spies or were actually ninja or ronin in disguise, and eventually their temples and their schools were abolished…

The komusō (literally “priest of nothingness” or “monk of emptiness”) were a group of Zen Buddhist mendicant monks who wandered the roads of Edo period Japan. They would play elaborate tunes on their bamboo flutes as they begged for alms, their faces (and thus, their ego) completely concealed by a distinctive hood woven from straws or reeds. Unsurprisingly, many were recruited as spies or were actually ninja or ronin in disguise, and eventually their temples and their schools were abolished…

Woman with Shakuhachi Japanese woodcut. Utagawa Toyokuni (1769-1825/Japanese).

Woman with Shakuhachi Japanese woodcut. Utagawa Toyokuni (1769-1825/Japanese).

Danjurô V as Kakogawa Honzô with a Komuso Hat and a Flageolet

Danjurô V as Kakogawa Honzô with a Komuso Hat and a Flageolet

Yamabushi clothing. Click through to the source and find out what everything's called!

Yamabushi clothing. Click through to the source and find out what everything's called!

japanese steampunk komuso / Monk of Japan

japanese steampunk komuso / Monk of Japan

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