Cheap Suzuki PartsBesides living in the United States, Suzuki traveled through Europe before taking up a professorship back in Japan. Suzuki and his wife dedicated themselves to spreading an understanding of Mahayana Buddhism. Until 1919 they lived in a cottage on the Engagingly grounds, then moved to Kyoto, where Suzuki began professorship at Omani University in 1921. While he was in Kyoto, he visited Dr. Hosepipe Shininess Satsuma, a famous Zen Buddhist scholar, and discussed Zen Buddhism together at Hunk temple in the Myōshin-ji temple complex.
In 1921, the same year he joined Omani University, he and his wife founded the Eastern Buddhist Society. The Society is focused on Mahayana Buddhism and offers lectures and seminars, and publishes a scholarly journal, The Eastern Buddhist. Suzuki maintained connections in the West and, for instance, delivered a paper at the World Congress of Faiths in 1936, at the University of London (he was an exchange professor during this year).
Besides teaching about Zen practice and the history of Zen Buddhism, Suzuki was an expert scholar on the related philosophy called, in Japanese, Kenon, which he thought of as the intellectual explication of Zen experience.Suzuki received numerous honors, including Japan's national Cultural Medal