Death of Master Zeisler
Master Zeisler dies on the 7th of June, 1990, giving the mission to monk Myoken to establish the Deshimaru lineage in Eastern Europe.
First Romanian trips
Monk Myoken began his mission in 1991 and 1992 with several trips to Romania.
First dojo in Bucharest
In 1993 the first Eastern-European zen dojo is founded in Bucharest, Romania.
Foundation of the Mokusho Zen House
In the following year, 1994, together with the establishment of the Zeisler Foundation, the Mokusho Zen Ház was founded in Uszó, center of the Hungarian Buddhist Church.
First dojo in Budapest
The first Hungarian dojo was founded in Budapest, Ilka street, 1995.
Building of Hoboji
In 1997 the first Eastern-European zen temple, Hoboji, was built in the sacred mountains of Pilis, Hungary.
In 2000, the Hungarian Sangha settled in the Taisenji zen temple, Budapest.
Dharma Transmission of Myoken
In 2002, monk Myoken received Dharma transmission from master Kosen Thibaut, heir of Niwa zenji.
In 2003, Baker roshi, successor of Shunryu Suzuki and founder of the Dharma-Sangha Europe, visits Budapest, inaugurates a deep and fruitful relationship between the two lineages.