Myōdōkai Kyōdan

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The Myōdōkai Kyōdan (妙道会教団?) is a Japanese Buddhist lay organisation that stems from the Reiyūkai, a branch of Nichiren Buddhism. It was founded in 1951 and has approximately 219,000 adherents, most of whom are in Japan.[1] The current president of Myōdōkai Kyōdan is Keiji Sahara. The organistaion's headquarters are in Tennōji, Ōsaka. One of its core teachings is the belief in the Lotus Sutra.

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  1. ^ Montgomery, Daniel (1991). Fire in the Lotus, The Dynamic Religion of Nichiren, London: Mandala, ISBN 1852740914, p. 181

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