Head Temple Taisekiji

 Information of Treasure Hall

 We present this permanent exhibition in the Treasure Hall, which displays items depicting the life of Nichiren Daishonin and the history of Head Temple Taisekiji. This exhibition also introduces the activities of Nichiren Shoshu believers in Japan and around the world.
 *We present "The Sammon Gate of the Head Temple Taisekiji Exhibition" from October 2020.

 *Borrowing Audio Guide Devices (Japanese・English・Chinese・Korean and some other languages are available)

 *We appreciate your kind cooperation in checking your temperature and disinfecting your hands for infection prevention measures.
 *Please wear a mask during your stay inside the Treasure Hall.

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  Visitors Application(A4-size PDF 140KB)

 Contents of the Exhibition

  1.The Sammon Gate of the Head Temple Taisekiji Exhibition
    The Five-Storied Pagoda of the Head Temple Taisekiji Exhibition
  2.The Image Hall (Mieido) of the Head Temple Taisekiji Exhibition
  3.The Doctrines of Nichiren Daishonin and Head Temple Taisekiji
    The Life of Nichiren Daishonin
    Nikko Shonin and Taisekiji
    The Upholding and Transmission of the True Law
  4.The History of Head Temple Taisekiji
  5.The Exhibition on Propagation Activity The Joy of Practice
  6.The Life of Nikko Shonin and the Justice of the Fuji School

 〔Information leaflet〕PDF format
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    Treasure Hall Information in English (769KB)NEW
    Treasure Hall Information in Nepali (3.3MB)NEW

    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in English (3.3MB)
    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in Chinese (2.5MB)
    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in Korean (2.0MB)
    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in Spanish (3.3MB)
    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in Portuguese (3.3MB)
    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in French (2.0MB)
    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in Indonesian (2.0MB)
    The Five-Storied Pagoda Exhibition in Thai (1.9MB)

 Open
  [Admission Free]

   Sundays and Public Holidays  9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
   Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays  1:00 – 4:00 PM
   (Admission until 3:30 PM)


 Closed (Every year)

   ・Any weekday when the Gokaihi ceremony is NOT held
   ・January 1st, April 6th&7th (Mushibarai-e Ceremony),
    November 20th&21st (Gotai-e Ceremony), and
    December 21st to 31st

Introduction of Treasure Hall(12m30s)

Treasure Hall building