Nichiren Buddhism began in medieval Japan. It has its roots in the teachings of Nichiren Daishonin (), a 13th century Japanese. Cette interprétation est certes rassurante mais inexacte du point de vue du bouddhisme et plus particulièrement des enseignements de Nichiren Daishonin. : Texte De Pratique Du Bouddhisme De Nichiren Daishonin: EDITION: Edition A.C.E.P. – Soka Gakkai France, Paris RELIURE: in°.
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