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[[Tenkai]] (Dec 1, 1889 - June ?, 1972) was born Teijiro Ishida in Japan. Tenkai's wife and partner was Okinu.
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Revision as of 14:34, 12 October 2010

Tenkai (Dec 1, 1889 - June ?, 1972) was born Teijiro Ishida in Japan. Tenkai's wife and partner was Okinu.

Tenkai
BornTeijiro Ishida
December 01 1889
Japan
DiedJune, 1972 (age Expression error: Unexpected < operator.)
CategoriesBooks by Tenkai

Tenkai lived for some time in Chicago.

Tenkai, a resident of Los Angeles at the time, was performing in Honolulu when Japan bombed pearl harbor during World War II. He was not permitted to leave Hawaii.

In the 1958, he moved back to Japan.

Publications

The Thoughts of Tenkai, written by Masatoshi Furota, translated into English by Hiroki Fukushima (1971)

Awards

Received a special Fellowship from the Academy of Magical Arts in 1971.

References