Puts a Letter on the Flow

Rising Dragon

Finally The Rusuitenji Rising Dragon finishesd!

Rusui Tenji

This guy had come several times a year by bullet train from Yamaguchi for the weekends because he has a friend in Tokyo.

Rusui Tenji

Last year, I think he had come only two or three times. Then it took three years or more to finish.

Rusui Tenji

It may seem very long way to go, if you don’t give up you will get it done. Rome wasn’t built in a day.

流水点字 Ru-Sui-Ten-Ji (Putting a letter on the flow)

“Can you write on the flow?”
The boy wrote a letter that means dragon on the creek. 

Strange Kid

Strangely the letter didn’t flow, stayed on the surface. 

Priest Kukai

When he finished the letter with final dot it turned into a dragon and flew away with a roaring sound. 

Rising Dragon

Rising Dragon

Rising Dragon

Rising Dragon

In fact, that boy was an incarnation of Monju-Bosatsu.

Monju-Bosatsu

龍に成る!背中額彫り流水点字 Traditional Japanese TEBORI Tattoo

outline of traditional Japanese full back piece

Tattooist Ryugen

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