Supreme Buddhist leaders proceed toward the Main Hall on the red carpet spread straight
from the Main Gate to the Main Hall.
Monks draw arks in the air to strew paper lotus petals that flutter in the wind under the blue sky.
Long procession of the supreme Buddhist leaders of the world under canopies of five different colors
solemnly heads for the Main Hall on the Approach running through the mountains tinted with autumn colors.
Heaven, Earth, and Man are all integrated to produce this beautiful panorama.
The Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, the Head Temple of Nenbutsushu Buddhist Sect of Japan
Information for visitors
The Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, the Head Temple of Nenbutsushu
Buddhist Sect of Japan, welcomes visitors for a guided tour of the temple,
in which our monks explain the teachings of Buddhism, free of charge.
In order to avoid overcrowding, visitors need to reserve in advance.
Requests for reservation are answered on the first come, first served basis.
Supreme Buddhist leaders solemnly proceed
on the Approach toward the Main Hall,
guarded by Nenbutsushu monks standing
at regular intervals.