- Japanese: 六十六部 (roku juu roku bu)
Rokujûrokubu were a particular type of pilgrims, who traveled a set sixty-six (rokujûroku) sacred sites across the Japanese archipelago, donating to each site portions of copies of the Lotus Sutra which they had copied by hand.
- Plutschow, Herbert. A Reader in Edo Period Travel. Kent: Global Oriental, 2006. p88n1.