In the early Meiji era, the government implemented religious policies centered on Shinto which created problems for Buddhist society suffer. However, understanding that there were many problems with these policies, it turned to the use of Buddhism. Meanwhile, the Buddhist community, in order to survive, also proposed the establishment of an organization combining Shinto and Buddhism, which was realized. However, this organization broke up in only three years, and Shinto and Buddhism followed their own paths. Through these movements, the government urged the establishment of a parliament, seeking modernization for each sect of Japanese Buddhism. In this paper, I will consider the transition to the parliamentary system of the Nichiren sect.