Based at the Head Temple Taiseki-ji, Nichiren Shoshu has more than 700 temples throughout Japan, with additional temples in the United States of America, Brazil, Spain, Ghana and the Republic of China (Taiwan). Each Nichiren Shoshu temple is solemnly endowed with the Three Treasures of True Buddhism - the Buddha, the Law and the Priesthood, and has transmitted the teachings of the True Law and Teachings from the time of Nichiren Daishonin. This category provides temple, group, and individual sites that expound and serve the mission of the Nichiren Shoshu.

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Nichiren Shoshu
Features ongoing activities, temple locations, and material for experienced practitioners and newcomers.
Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism
Official site for Nichiren Shoshu information in the United States. Provides introductory information and pertinent articles and lectures, in addition to temple locations and contacts.
Nichiren Shoshu Buddhist Society International
Offers explanations of terms with personal testimonials of faith.
The Nichiren Shoshu Handbook
Online version of the publication describing the basics of Nichiren Shoshu belief and history.
Udumbara Foundation
Organization for the Shoshin-kai. Features sermons, articles, encouragement, and discussions.
Wikipedia: Nichiren Shoshu
Encyclopedia entry describes primary doctrines and history.

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