Japan Taisekiji Hoando
Japan Taisekiji Hoando

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Myoshoji Temple during Winter
Myoshoji Temple during Winter

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Oko Ceremony
Oko Ceremony

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Japan Taisekiji Hoando
Japan Taisekiji Hoando

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Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism 

began on April 28, 1253 when our founder, Nichiren Daishonin, the true Buddha, established the teaching of Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo, the ultimate teachings in the Lotus Sutra. Nichiren Daishonin's teaching shows the doctrine of cause and effect. And based on it, he reveals the true entity of all phenomena. The ultimate goals of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhist Practice are the attaining enlightenment in this lifetime and the establishment of truly peaceful world in which people can enjoy happy lives together based on true Buddhism. The daily practice consists of chanting Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo and reciting a chapter-and-a-half of the Lotus Sutra, called Gongyo, to the True Object of Worship called the Gohonzon. Nichiren Shoshu has temples and propagation centers worldwide and actively propagates the true teachings of Nichiren Daishonin. As the only temple in Canada, we invite you to visit and learn about Nichiren Shoshu True Buddhism and experience its beneficial power.

UPCOMING

CEREMONY

September 2022

Kosen-rufu Shodaikai, Oko Ceremony & 10th Anniversary of the Establishment of Myoshoji Temple, and Fall Higan-e Ceremony.

Nichiren Daishonin states in the Gosho, Letter to Ueno: 

What are the four debts of gratitude in Buddhism? First, we must repay our debt of gratitude to our parents; second, to our sovereign; third, to all living beings; and forth, to the Three Treasures. 

Gosho, p. 922

Videos from Nichiren Shoshu Head Temple Taisekiji in Japan. 

Click on the images to link to YouTube and learn about the life of Nichiren Daishonin and enjoy the view of Sakura flowers in Taisekiji. 

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