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Robert H. Sharf is Associate Professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Michigan. He is the author of Coming to Terms with Chinese Buddhism: A Reading of the "Treasure Store Treatise." Elizabeth Horton Sharf is Master of Arts Program Advisor at the Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michi

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"This groundbreaking work will change the way in which we study and understand Buddhist images and their functions in Japanese religion and culture. It does an excellent job [including 55 illustrations] of presenting new or little-known material and of contributing a new understanding of familiar material by treating it in an original manner." - Fabio Rambelli, Sapporo University "It is a must-read for any scholar of Japanese Buddhist art, doctrine and practice." - H-Net Reviews "This small volume is one of the best collections to be produced in East Asian studies in the last few years." - Histoire Sociale/Social History

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