Doctrine
ƒz[ƒ€ γ‚Φ Œπ’Κ‚Μ‚²ˆΔ“ΰ ‚¨–β‚’‡‚ν‚Ήζ ‘εζ‹³‚Μ‰ˆŠv ™ŽR’CŽq‹³‘c ‹³‘cΉ’n‰η—΄ŽR ‘–{ŽRŽUτ ‘εζ‹³ƒCƒ“ƒh•Κ‰@ ‘Π‚Μ‚²ˆΔ“ΰ ŒŽŠ§Ž •SŽό”N‹L”OŽ–‹Ζ ‘εζ‹³Β”N•” ‘ΫΞήΧέΓ¨±‰ο ƒ‚ƒoƒCƒ‹ 2017”NsŽ–ˆΔ“ΰ ƒŠƒ“ƒN ”νΠ’nŽx‰‡

@

  • Doctrine of Daijokyo

Seeking to apply to modern times the Buddhist idea of "training through practice," Daijokyo considers the Lotus Sutra to be a textbook of the Three Virtuous Practices — Jihi (Compassion or Dana), Makoto (Honesty or Sila) and Kannin (Patience or Ksanti) — and consistently preaches to apply them to everyday life.

@

  • Scripture

Of all Buddhist scriptures, Daijokyo embraces the Lotus Sutra (Saddharmapundarīka Sūtra), which is called the king of sutras.

@

  • Principal Images

As principal images, Daijokyo primarily embraces the Eternal Shakyamuni Buddha, along with his four attendants Visistacaritra, Anantacaritra, Visuddhacaritra and Supratisthitacaritra.

Daijokyo Buddhist Temple enshrines those principal images in the Main Hall of the Shakado, which is open to all, regardless of nationality or religion.

@

  • Founder

Daijokyo was founded by the Most Rev. Tatsuko Sugiyama, whom Daijokyo believers embrace as a reincarnation of Supratisthitacaritra. To bring ourselves as close as possible to Supratisthitacaritra, who pledged to help all people, Daijokyo believers make daily efforts to practice the founder's teachings.

* A brief biography of Rev. Tatsuko Sugiyama, Founder of Daijokyo

@