Eventually he reached Great T'ang China where he made an image to worship day and night. He was called Dharma Master Riverside. No one exceeded him in fortitude, and he was respected by the emporer of the T'ang dynasty. He returned home with the Japanese envoys to China in the second year of the Yoro era. He lived at Kofuku-ji and never ceased performing services before that image until he died.
Surely we learn that the power of Kannon is beyond understanding. The note says: An eminent monk went to study abroad, fell into danger, and was unable to cross at the ferry. On a bridge he meditated on Kannon and trusted holy power. Kannon, in the form of an old man, came to his rescue and disappeared after they had parted. The monk made an image of Kannon and worshiped it continuously until his last day.