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Markas besar Rissho Kosei Kai (Balai Keramat Besar) di Tokyo, Jepang.

Risshō Kōsei Kai (立正佼成会); sampai Juni 1960, 大日本立正交成会 (Dai-Nippon Risshō Kōsei Kai) adalah sebuah gerakan agama baru Jepang yang didirikan pada 1938 oleh Nikkyo Niwano dan Myoko Naganuma. Rissho Kosei Kai dibentuk sebagai gerakan Buddhis awam, yang bercabang dari Reiyukai lama, dan biasanya berfokus terhadap Sutra Teratai dan penghormatan leluhur.

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  • Gerlitz, Peter, "Die Rissho Kosei-kai und ihre Assimilation im Westen", in: Michael Pye, Renate Stegerhoff (eds.), Religion in fremder Kultur. Religion als Minderheit in Europa und Asien, Saarbruecken: Dadder 1987, pp. 111–122
  • Gerlitz, Peter (1975). "Kathartische und therapeutische Elemente in der Seelsorge der Risshō Kosei-kai." Zeitschrift für Religions- und Geistesgeschichte 27 (4), 346-356
  • Inaba, Keishin; in: Clarke, Peter B. (2006). Encyclopedia of new religious movements, New York: Routledge. ISBN 0415267072, pp. 539–540
  • Kisala, Robert (1994). Contemporary Karma: Interpretations of Karma in Tenrikyō and Risshō Kōseikai, Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 21 (1), 73-91
  • Kyoden Sutra Readings: Extracts from the Threefold Lotus Sutra, Romanized Japanese and English Translation, Rissho Kosei-kai 1994
  • Stewart Guthrie: A Japanese New Religion: Rissho Kosei-Kai in a Mountain Hamlet (Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies), Univ of Michigan 1988. ISBN 0939512335
  • Kato, Bunno (1993). The Threefold Lotus Sutra. Tokyo: Kosei Publishing Company. hlm. 348. ISBN 4333002087.  PDF
  • Morioka, Kiyomi (1979). The Institutionalization of a New Religious Movement, Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 6 (1/2), 239-280
  • Morioka, Kiyomi (1994). Attacks on the New Religions: Risshō Kōseikai and the “Yomiuri Affair, Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 21 (2-3), 281-310
  • Niwano, Nikkyo (1976), Buddhism For Today: A Modern Interpretation of the Threefold Lotus Sutra, Tokyo: Kōsei Publishing Co., ISBN 4333002702  PDF
  • Stone, Jaquelin (2003). "Nichiren's Activist Heirs: Soka Gakkai, Rissho Koseikai, Nipponzan Myohoji", in Christopher Queen et al., "Action Dharma, New Studies in Engaged Buddhism", RoutledgeCurzon, pp. 63–94
  • Watanabe, Eimi (1968). Risshō Kōsei-Kai: A Sociological Observation of Its Members, Their Conversion and Their Activities. Contemporary Religions in Japan 9 (1/2), 75-151

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