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Aston, Transactions and Proceedings of the Japan Society, London, Supplement I (1896), 2:134. Because the rite referred to here was held on 7/15, the traditional date of Urabon (Ch. Yulanpen), it is assumed to have been an Urabon ceremony. Later Nihon shoki entries refer to Urabon by name. See M. W. de Visser, Ancient Buddhism in Japan, 2 vols. (Leiden: Brill, 1935), 1:28, 58–59. ¯ jo¯den ni okeru Hokke 9. On the deathbed tonsure, see Takagi Yutaka, ‘‘O shinko¯,’’ Hokekyo¯ shinko¯ no shokeitai, ed.

67–85. 1 Mukaeko¯ Practice for the Deathbed Sarah Johanna Horton Belief that at death one could be born in the Pure Land of the buddha Amida (Skt. Amita¯bha, Amita¯yus) became common in eleventh-century Japan and has remained so to the present day. This is a source of great comfort both to the dying and to those surrounding them. The popularity of the notion of Pure Land birth came about at least in part because of an increased focus on the welcoming or raigo¯ scene, in which Amida and his attendants, including the bodhisattvas Kannon (Avalokites´vara) and Seishi (Maha¯sta¯mapra¯pta), joyfully come to greet the dying person and escort her or him to the Pure Land.

Although those in the middle level are not renunciants, they engage in generally upright behavior, and when they die they will see Amida’s transformation body ( Jpn. keshin), which looks exactly like his real body, accompanied by a large assembly. 7 However, this passage does not mention the term or the concept of raigo¯ either. The smaller Sukha¯vatı¯vyu ¯ ha-su ¯ tra (Ch. Amituo jing, Jpn. Amidakyo¯), probably composed about the same time and place as the Sukha¯vatı¯vyu ¯ha, touches on a related idea: S´a¯riputra, if good men or good women hear this explanation of the qualities of the Buddha Amida, and embrace his name, and keep it in mind single-mindedly and without distraction, be it for one day, or for two, for three, for four, for five, for six, or for seven days, then, when their lives come to an end, the Buddha Amida, together with his holy entourage, will appear before them.

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