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Reiyūkai or Reiyukai ja:霊友会 (Spiritual-Friendship-Association) is an organization founded in 1920 by Kakutaro Kubo and Kimi Kotani. It is a lay organization--meaning that there are no priests--associated with Nichiren Buddhism. Reiyūkai considers itself the grandfather of lay-based new religions devoted to the Lotus Sutra and ancestor veneration.
A further offshoot from Reiyūkai, in 1938, is Risshō Kōsei Kai.
- Reiyukai, official website
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