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The round crane mark is the official emblem of Nichiren Shoshu, the orthodox sect of Nichiren Daishonin. To learn more about Nichiren Shoshu and the Head Temple Taisekiji, please visit here.

This symbol is on our Liturgy of Nichiren Shoshu book, the Sutra book, Nichiren Shoshu butsugu (altar accessories), and in Nichiren Shoshu temples in Japan and around the world.

This emblem is a sacred symbol to Nichiren Shoshu tradition. Out of respect for this tradition, Nichiren Shoshu believers do not use it for personal use on social media channels or in any other ways.

Visit our Buddhist Temple

Each month we invite guests to visit Myosenji Temple for our Introductory Series. You can participate in-person or via our live stream. Register today to learn more about Buddhism and the Buddhist practice of chanting Nam Myoho Renge Kyo.

Sunday February 18, 2024 – Buddhism’s Ten Worlds
(In-Person & Online)

Sunday February 25, 2024 – Karma & Buddhism
(In-Person & Online)