Buddhist temples are erected in order to teach people
“Buddhist way of life” and to have them seek for “nirvana,” the ultimate purpose of life.
Each of the buildings is built to manifest various Buddhist teachings.
The Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, the Head Temple of Nenbutsushu Buddhist Sect of Japan,
was erected by uniting the pure hearts of Nenbutsushu followers who earnestly wish
for world peace and serenity for humaniy through Buddhism.
We wish to be a light of hope, signaling the “dawn of spiritual civilization” in the present world of materialism.
We do not intend to offer present-world-benefits or sightseeing tours.
Instead, we strive to bring peace of mind to everyone, by practicing Buddhism as taught by Lord Buddha.