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|Students||Nichizō, Nichiin, Nichirin, Nichizen, Nichiden, Nichihan, Nitcho, Nichigyo, Rokei|
Nichirō agreed with Nisshō's defense of Nichiren as a Tendai reformer. He founded a practice hall that became part of Ikegami Honmon-ji, the site of Nichiren's death. His school is now part of Nichiren-shū.
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