・On the COVID-19 infection prevention measures and temple visits
Visits to the temple continue to be suspended till the end of this year as a COVID-19 infection prevention measure. In 2022, the Prince Shotoku Hall Exposition will take place from January 1 to 3. Regarding the visit from Jan. 4 onward, please kindly wait for the further notice on this website.
The Head Temple of Nenbutsushu Sanpouzan Muryojuji Temple
Buddhist cultures that originated in India and passed down to Japan through China and Korea flourish here today.
The Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism
As the spiritual base for all Buddhists in the world, the grand temple enshrines the Buddha images and Buddhist sutras dedicated from 51 countries and 1 region in the world.
Movie ／ April 8th
Beautiful cherry trees in full bloom in the precincts of the Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, the sacred place for all Buddhists in the world.
Picturesque event, the Inauguration Ceremony of the Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, the Head Temple of Nenbutsushu Sanpouzan Muryojuji Temple
Information for Visitors
For a guided tour of the temple, in which our monks explain the teachings of Buddhism for free of charge, visitors need to reserve in advance in order to avoid overcrowding.
For reservation, please click here. ▶
No admission fee is collected as this temple is not a tourist facility.