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Nitcho (日頂) is not to be confused with Nitcho (日澄) (1262-1310), who was Toki Jonin's biological son. Nitcho (日澄) became Nikko's disciple in 1300, and became the first chief instructor of Omosu Seminary in the Suruga province.
- Soka Gakkai Dictionary of Buddhism, Soka Gakkai, "Nitcho": "[日澄］(1262-1310): ...in 1300 gave his allegiance to Nikko... and became the first chief instructor of Omosu Seminary"
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