Risshō Kōsei Kai
The word risshō alludes to Nichiren's injunction in 1260, risshō ankoku ron, ‘establish authentic Buddhism to secure peace in our land’; kōsei points to a faith-oriented fellowship of those seeking the Buddha's goal; kai means ‘association’ or ‘society’. RKK is highly organized, from the network of districts throughout Japan, down to the most local level, where people gather for hōza, i.e. seated (za) to share problems and solutions related to Buddhist principles (ho).
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