Boba Fett killed Jodo after Jodo pretendded to be Fett as he knew that Fett had fallen in the sarlaac pit but escaped soon. Fett shot a nerve toxin in kast's neck and left Jodo's leaking jet pack which explode killing him instantly.
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Mitsuyuki Ishida has written: 'Nihon jodokyo no kenkyu' -- subject(s): Jodo (Sect)
There are many groups of Buddhism in Japan today. The main ones are the Pure Land Buddhism (Jodo shu and Jodo Shinshu) and Nichiren Buddhism. There is also Zen (Soto and Rinzai are the main ones), Tendai and Shingon. Many new religions also are based on Buddhism.
go to the jodo courtyard then enter the door in front of you then you will find sensei go talk to him chose 1 of these things: earn your belts or challenge sensei or instuctions
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As far as I can tell from my textbook "4th Edition Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change" Written by Michael Molloy. Diagram is on page 161. The Denominations are: Buddhism ..Theravada ..Mahayana ....Zen/Chan ....Nichiren ....Jodo/Jingtu (Pure Land) ....Tendai ....Shingon (This is under both Mahayana and Vajrayana) ..Vajrayana ....Tibetan ....Shingon (This is under both Mahayana and Vajrayana) In my textbook this is shown as a tree starting with the 2 periods branching off of Buddhism and the 4 periods branching from the 2 period denomination they are under.
I think you are talking about Jodo Shinshu a school of Pure Land Buddhism. Wikipedia under the Shinran(the founder of Jodo Shinshu) topic says"Pure Land School of Buddhism encouraged its practitioners to rely on the vow of the Buddha Amitabha (Sanskrit, Amida in Japanese) to save all beings from suffering. According to three particular sutras Amitabha vowed to ensure that anyone who chanted his name would be reborn in his Pure Land of Sukhavati (Sanskrit, lit. Land of Bliss) and once there would easily be able to gain enlightenmnent, because they would not be hindered by the problems of day to day life... He taught that awakening to the saving grace of Amida Buddha is the central matter. Continuous chanting of the nembutsu (namu amida butsu) , is not necessary, as Hōnen, his mentor, had believed. Instead, Shinran taught his followers that the nembutsu should be said as a form of gratitude rather than a way of achieving rebirth in the Pure Land. Faith in Amida Buddha would lead to a deep spiritual awakening, called shinjin, which severs the practitioner forever from birth and death in the world of samsara, and erases karma accumulated through many rebirths. Shinran taught that the advantage of the Path of the Nembutsu can be experienced here and now. The arising of shinjin also assures the devotee of birth in the Pure Land, and the attainment of enlightenment there."
Shintoism, and Jido Shinsu Buddhism. Shintoism is an animist religion, tied into the founding of Japan and the imperial house. For those who identify as Buddhist rather than Shinto, they mostly align with the Jodo Shinsu sect, part of the pure land Buddhist school of Mahayana Buddhism. However, Japan is a secular nation, with the religion being viewed as a kind of good luck practice rather than guiding their lives. The equivalent of reading your horoscope, you would perform a little buddist rite or donate to a Shinto shrine for good fortune, not truly believing in it.
The cast of Bakumatsu - 1970 includes: Toshiaki Amada as Yataro Shinagawa Hiroshi Aoyama as Bensai Chiemi Eri as Oman Isamu Fukumoto as Denjiro Jodo Senzo Hashimoto as Kinba Yasuoka Keiko Hita as Ofuku Pepe Hozumi Keiko Kagawa as Otome Akihiko Katayama as Toranosuke Nakahira Keiju Kobayashi as Yoshinosuke Saigo Eitaro Matsuyama as Umanosuke Shinmiya Shinsuke Mikimoto as Kogoro Katsura Ryuichi Nagashima as Tabun Iegami Akira Naiai as Ikuhisa Tatsuya Nakadai as Shintaro Nakaoka Katsuo Nakamura as Chojiro Kondo Tokinosuke Nakamura as Koshitaro Ito Kinnosuke Nakamura as Ryoma Sakamoto Noboru Nakaya as Hanheita Takeichi Terumi Niki as Mitsukazu Nakadaira Shinnosuke Ogata as Jutaro Chiba Jo Okuda as Hidemi Shinda Kentaro Ozato as Unosuke Urashima Hiromi Takano as Ochiyo Hiroshi Tanaka as Kisuke Deishi Tayoko Ueda as Mari Atsushi Watanabe as Kan Isao Yamagata as Hiroe Yamada Gaku Yamamoto as Ukichi Sensa Takashi Yasuda as Kuo Sayuri Yoshinaga as Oryo