Sajiki, the lady of ［桟敷女房］ (n.d.) ( Sajiki-nyōbō): Also known as the lay nun of Sajiki. A follower of Nichiren who lived at Sajiki in Kamakura, Japan. In a letter written by Nichiren to her in 1275, her husband is called Hyōe no Saemon (probably Indō Saburō Saemon Sukenobu), and he was also a follower of Nichiren. According to one account, she was related to Nisshō, one of the six senior priests designated by Nichiren. From the two extant letters Nichiren wrote to her, it appears that she made him an offering of robes on two occasions.