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Title: Renkoji Pamphlet (Eng)
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Renkōji Temple
The temple of Nichiren Shū in Italy
is called Renkōji which serves as
the spiritual home for all its
members, believers and followers
who are interested in Buddhism.
The propagation of Nichiren Shū
in Italy began in 2001. Four years
later, the first temple, Guhōzan
Renkōji, was founded on 8th April
2005 in the province of Monza
and Brianza in northern Italy, just
outside of Milano. Ispired by its
natural beauty and serenity,
Renkōji Temple moved to the
medieval village of Cereseto in
Alessandria province in 2010.
The name Renkōji signifies “the
temple where the teachings of the
Lotus Sūtra and its sacred title of
Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō shine like
the rays of the sun.”
Renkōji Temple’s attivities include
Dharma encounters and religious
services, weddings, funerals and
memorial services, classes on
Buddhism, meditations sessions,
calligraphy, Japanese language, as
well as conferences, retreats and
other cultural, health and social

Renkōji
Temple
activities. The temple structure is
comprised of a main sanctuary,
office, library, classroom and
residence for monks.
Every Sunday, Renkōji temple holds
various religious and cultural
activites, together with study
sessions on buddhist faith, practice
and
philosophy.
For
further
information, please kindly contact
the temple at the following tramite
al seguente address:
Nichiren Shū
Guhōzan Renkōji Temple
Via Fossa, 2
15020 Cereseto (AL)
Tel. 0142/940506
E-mail: RevShoryoTarabini@hotmail.com
Website: nichirenshueuropa.com

of the Nichiren Shū
Buddhist School
Buddhism is a religion and
philosophy with more than 2500
years of history dedicated to the
well-being of all human and other
living beings. Throughout this
long period, Buddhism has spread
accross the globe. In each country
where Buddhism has estabished
itself, Buddhism has made great
contributions to each nation’s art,
music, language and literature,
medicine and science.
Beginning as an investigation for
the meaning of life followed by
religious faith and practice, its
spirit and philosophy has inspired
many schools that follow the
Buddha’s teachings.

Refuge in the teachings of Buddha’s
Marvelous Dharma as revealed in the
Sūtra del Loto). Through our daily
practice, we put ourselves in contact
with our innate Buddha nature that
resides in every living being. This
permits us to fully experience life as we
approach
the
attainment
of
Buddhahood.

The Head Temple
Kuonji is the Head Temple of Nichiren
Shū, founded by Nichiren Shōnin on 17
May 1274. It is situated atop Mount
Minobu in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan,
where Nichiren Shōnin spent the final 8
years of his life. This temple houses the
Founder’s
tomb,
monasteries,
sanctuaries, a university, and numerous
temple lodgings.
The Administrative Offices of Nichiren
Shū are found within Ikegami Honmonji
Temple in southern Tōkyō, where
Nichiren Shōnin passed away on 13
October 1281. These offices administer
more than oltre 6000 temples in Japan
and abroad.

Nichiren Shū
One of the principle Japanese Buddhist traditions is
called Nichiren Shū, a school with more than 760 years
of history, based on the teachings of Sākyamuni Buddha
(who lived in ancient India nearly 3000 years ago), with
a special emphasis on the attainment of the Buddha’s
enlightenment as revealed in the Lotus Sūtra; and the
teachings of the school’s founder: Nichiren Shōnin
(1222-1282), a great Buddhist Master from the
Japanese tradition. The name of our school “Nichiren
Shū” literally signifies “The School of Nichiren”.
The spirit and philosophy of this school is primarily
respect for all humanity, for all religions and cultures of
the world, global peace and harmony, love and compas-

sion for all living beings. The coherent observance
between the religion we believe in and living from day
to day as a Buddhst, encourages us to consistently
strive to put into practice all aspects of Buddhism
while concentrating on the cultivation of wisdom, the
potential of each individual, meditation, insight,
gratitude, comprehension, the improvement of one’s
character, in order to realise the liberation from
suffering, develop happiness and spiritual growth.
Faith and practice are affirmed in our daily study and
recitation of the Lotus Sūtra and the Odaimoku (the
sacred title) of Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō (Devotion and

After the demise of Nichiren Shōnin, his
teachings began to be propagated
outside of Japan, initially on the Asian
continent and later by the priests and
lay beleivers in Hawaii, North and South
America, followed by propagation
throughout the entire world. In Europe,
Nichiren Shū arrived in the begininning
of 1990. Today, there are three temples
in Europe: One in the United Kingdom,
another in Germany and one in Italy.


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