Emblem of the Nishi Hongwanji, sagarifuji, or wisteria crestADELAIDE SHIN BUDDHIST DOJO

Shin Buddhism is also called Jodo Shinshu, which means 'True Pure Land School'. Although not yet well known in Australia, it is a popular School of Buddhism, and was founded by Shinran almost 800 years ago.

A dojo is a small dedicated space that is reserved for daily observances and listening to the teaching (dharma).

If you do not know about our teachings, you can find out more about them at our other Australian web sites: Hongwanji Buddhist Mission of Australia (Sydney) and Muryoko 'Infinite Light' Journal of Shin Buddhism (Canberra). On this site, Notes on the Nembutsu also explains Shin Buddhism.

All who come in peace are welcome to join us. Please contact us to arrange a meeting for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat before your first visit.

Dharma meetings
1st & 3rd Sundays of the month at 9.30 am


About Shinran Shonin

Notes on the Nembutsu
Reflections on the verses of Shinran


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