On August 28, the Buddha Spur (Buddha’s Trace) exhibition opened at the Kunstmuseum in Bochum, Germany. There are fourteen zenga on display from the Felix Hess’s Kaeru-an collection, including scrolls by such great masters as Fugai, Hakuin, Sengai, Tesshu, and Ishikawa Jozan. I served as curator. The zenga selection has a separate room in the exhibition furnished with tatami mats. Visitors can use the mats to sit in contemplation, if so inclined, and several Buddhist groups in the area plan to hold morning meditation sessions on selected days during the exhibition.