Emblem of the Nishi Hongwanji, sagarifuji, or wisteria crestAdelaide Shin Buddhist Dojo


Shin Buddhism is also called Jodo Shinshu, which means 'true teaching of Pure Land Buddhism'. It is one of the largest schools of Buddhism, and was founded by Shinran (1173-1263).

A dojo is a small space that is reserved for reflection on the teaching (dharma).

More about Adelaide Shin Buddhist Dojo

Official site of Jodoshinshu Hongwanji-ha

Phone & SMS 0403 335 721

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Also on this web-site

Namo Amida Butsu

Notes on the Nembutsu - A series of short dharma talks based on the verses (wasan) of Shinran Shonin

The Way of Nembutsu - Essays inspired by Shinran Shonin's Kyo Gyo Shin Sho

Other Voices - There are many millions of Pure Land Buddhists including those who draw their inspiration especially from Shinran Shonin. This page provides additional links to contributions from teachers and thinkers of this lineage from other parts of the world

Coming soon! Buddhist books for sale

(left) The nembutsu, Namo Amida Butsu, written by Shinran Shonin

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Adelaide Shin Buddhist Dojo
PO Box 170
Welland SA 5007