Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism
The temple is currently closed to visitors due to COVID but has begun a partial reopening with limited capacity and enhanced safety precautions during ceremony hours only. If you’re interested in learning more about Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism click the Connect with Myoshinji button below to learn more.
Temple Reopening Announcement
Effective July 1, 2021: Myoshinji Temple will begin a partial reopening with limited capacity and enhanced safety precautions during ceremony hours only. For more information, please contact your local Area Coordinator or temple office before planning your visit.
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2021 The Year of the
800th Anniversary of
the Advent of our Founder,
1. Consistently conduct Gongyo and Shodai every day
2. Carry out the practice of shakubuku, the best way to repay our debts of gratitude to the three treasures
3. Promote the development of faith through practicing in the spirit of itai doshin