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" Hokke (upon which the sect of Nichiren is founded) on a tray covered with scarlet and gold brocade. Having bowed to the sacred picture which hung over the tokonoma — that portion of the Japanese room which is raised a few inches above the rest of the... "
Japan Today - Page 146
by James Augustin Brown Scherer - 1904 - 323 pages
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Tales of Old Japan, Volume 2

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Baron Redesdale - Japan - 1871
...over again, are the distinctive prayer of the Buddhist sect of Mchiren, to which the temple Cho-o-ji is dedicated. They are approximations to Sanscrit...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honour — his reverence took his seat at the table, and adjusted his robes ; then, tying up the muscles...
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Tales of Old Japan

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Baron Redesdale - Folklore - 1871
...white rohes, made his appearance, following an acolyte, who carried the sacred book called #bMi£(upon which the sect of Nichiren is founded) on a tray covered...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honour — his reverence took his seat at the table, and adjusted his robes ; then, tying up the muscles...
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Tales of Old Japan

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Baron Redesdale - Japan - 1876 - 383 pages
...appearance, following an acolyte, who carried the sacred book called HoJcM (upon which the sect of Mchiren is founded) on a tray covered with scarlet and gold...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honour — his reverence took his seat at the table, and adjusted his robes ; then, tying up the muscles...
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Tales of Old Japan

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Baron Redesdale - Japan - 1876 - 383 pages
...and white robes, made his appearance, following an acolyte, who carried the sacred book called Hokki (upon which the sect of Nichiren is founded) on a...Having bowed to the sacred picture which hung over the toJconoma — that portion of the Japanese room which is raised a few inches above the rest of the...
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Tales of Old Japan

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Baron Redesdale - Tales - 1890 - 383 pages
...and white robes, made his appearance, following an acolyte, who carried the sacred book called Hokk6 (upon which the sect of Nichiren is founded) on a...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honour — his reverence took his seat at the table, and adjusted his robes ; then, tying up the muscles...
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Tales of Old Japan, Volume 1

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Baron Redesdale - Folk literature, Japanese - 1894 - 383 pages
...founded) on a tray covered with scarlet and gold brocade. Having bowed to the sacred picture whicn hung over the tokonoma — that portion of the Japanese...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honour — his reverence took his seat at the table, and adjusted his robes ; then, tying up the muscles...
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Japan Today

James Augustin Brown Scherer - Japan - 1904 - 323 pages
...down by the hanging drum, and, to its accompaniment, began intoning the prayer, fNa Mu Miyo Ho Ben Go Kiyo,' the congregation fervently joining in unison...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honor, — his reverence took his seat at the table and adjusted his robes; then, tying up the muscles...
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Japan Today

James Augustin Brown Scherer - Japan - 1904 - 323 pages
...appearance, following an acolyte, who carried the sacred book, called Hokke (upon which the sect of Xichiren is founded), on a tray covered with scarlet and gold...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honor, — his reverence took his seat at the table and adjusted his robes ; then, tying up the muscles...
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Mitford's Japan: Memories and Recollections, 1866-1906

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Baron Redesdale, Hugh Cortazzi - History - 2002 - 307 pages
...sect of Nichiren, to which the temple Cho-o-ji is dedicated. They are approximations to the Sanskrit sounds, and have no meaning in Japanese, nor do the...of the floor, and which is regarded as the place of honour - his reverence took his seat at the table, and adjusted his robes; then, tying up the muscles...
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