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Dai Muryōjukyō kōgi

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        StatementSankibō Busshorin
        PublishersSankibō Busshorin
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        LC Classifications1980
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 127 p. :
        Number of Pages57
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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287 pages : 19 cm An unpretentious collection of folklore stories, anecdotes and essays which provide a warm, understandable glimpse of Japan and things Japanese.

Pure Land Buddhism was introduced to Japan along with other forms of Buddhism in the Dai Muryōjukyō kōgi century CE but stayed dormant until it was picked up by the aristocracy during the middle of the 794-1185. Nembutsu originally meant meditation upon the Buddha, but later came to mean invocation of his name. It was believed that through their wisdom, compassion, and skill, these Buddhas could bring persons who called upon them to rebirth in their lands and there guide them to enlightenment and Buddhahood.

880 0 2 6730-06 a詩経.

A Japanese miscellany : Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850

--Buddhist names of plants and animals. --Studies here and there: On a bridge. Some of these Buddha-lands were thought to be purified, that is, to be more splendid, pleasurable, and propitious to attaining Buddhahood than others. This text and other Pure Land scriptures emphasise Dai Muryōjukyō kōgi the practice called is the way to express one's reliance upon Amida and achieve rebirth in his land.

Lafacadio Hearn was the son of Greek and British parents. Strange stories: Of a promise kept. Catalogue Persistent Identifier APA Citation Hayashi, Eikichi. It never achieved the status of a separate school or sect in China, remaining a monastic cult and folk religion.

000 01244cam a2200313 a 4500 001 996800 005 20180918181720. Contemporary Pure Land denominations are the• Series Kegan Paul Collection, Japanese.

A Japanese miscellany : strange stories ; folklore gleanings ; studies here & there : Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850

official website in Japanese and English• 830 0 aKegan Paul Collection, Japanese. Pure Land Buddhism achieved enormous popularity in China from around 800 CE, though it had existed there earlier. 880 6260-02 a東京 : b興文社, c明治 30 [1897] 880 1 6490-03 a少年叢書.

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