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Nipponzan Myōhōji (日本山妙法寺), founded in 1917 by Nichidatsu Fujii, is a new religious movement that emerged from the Nichiren sect of Japanese Buddhism.[1]

The community reveres the Lotus-Sūtra (jp: 法華経 Hokkekyō) as the highest expression of the Buddhist message. In addition, it is actively engaged worldwide in the peace movement. The main practise of Nichiren Buddhism is to chant the Daimoku Nam Myoho Renge Kyo.

Monastery locations


The Nipponzan-Myōhōji temple in Milton Keynes, England


Address: 8-7 Shinsen-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0045, Japan
(In Japanese: 〒1500045 東京都渋谷区神泉町8番7号)
Tel: (03) 3461-9363

Great Britain

Address: Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Temple, Willen Road, Willen Lake, Milton Keynes, MK15 0BA, The United Kingdom of Great Britain

Tel. / FAX: +44 (0) 1908 663652

The official website for the Milton Keynes Nipponzan Myohoji Peace Pagoda:

Pictures of the Nipponzan Myohoji Milton Keynes

Peace pagodas

Stupa in Gotemba

Stupa in Gotemba, Shizuoka, Japan

Nipponzan Myōhōji is known in the west for its Peace Pagodas (Stupas) in many locations around the world.


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