On Refuting the Five Priests ［五人所破抄］ ( Gonin-shoha-shō): A work written in 1328 by Nichijun, chief instructor of Omosu Seminary in Suruga Province, Japan, and approved by Nikkō, Nichiren’s successor. It refutes as incorrect the views that the five senior priests, or five of the six senior priests designated by Nichiren other than Nikkō, developed after Nichiren’s death, and explains as correct the views of Nikkō. Originally Nikkō entrusted this task to Nitchō (1262–1310), Nichijun’s predecessor, but he died after he had finished the draft. Based on the draft, Nichijun completed the work. Nitchō’s draft remains as The Guidelines for Believers of the Fuji School. See also five senior priests.