The newly discovered Scroll 6 of the Kegonryakki 華厳略記第六 has been confirmed to be a manuscript linked to Scroll 5 of the Kegonryakki 華厳略記第五 held in the collection of the Nezu Museum 根津美術館.This is a text already known in academic circles. Judging from its codicological and philological features, its copying date is believed to be quite early. Both manuscripts rely heavily on the Huayan jing tanxuan ji 華厳経探玄記 by Fazang 法藏 (643–712). It is a commentary on Scrolls 6 to 10 of the Xu huayan lueshu kanding ji 続華厳略疏刊定記 written by Huiyuan 慧苑 (673?–743?). The fact that it preserves the lost portions of the Xu huayan lueshu kanding ji makes it an extremely valuable document. As for the author, earlier studies suggest that it may have been Jurei 寿霊 (–757–791–). I think, however, we should also take into consideration the possibility that the text may have been connected to Faxian 法詵 (718–778), Huiyuan’s disciple.