Sunday Zazen Experience at Daiyuzan Saijoji Temple

Sightseeing information about Sunday Zazen Experience at Daiyuzan Saijoji Temple in Japan.


Sunday Zazen Experience at Daiyuzan Saijoji Temple3.8

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 from 4/7 '19 to 4/26 '20

Saijoji temple hosts "zazen" sitting meditation sessions in a dojo twice a month on Sunday.(2nd&4th Sunday)
Why don't you try to find yourself that you haven't seen yet through meditation in the beautiful nature and serene environment?

Also, "Zen meeting for kids" is held on August.
A lot of kids enjoy spending time with zen monks such as zazen or cleaning.
* 3rd to 6th grade elementary students and their parents are available to join.

http://daiyuuzan.or.jp/english/

Airport/Sta.Yaga St. (about 7.9km) Google Transit

Reviews

5.03 weeks ago

A hidden gem, this complex of temples and shrines nestled under ancient cedars on the mountainside is a really atmospheric oasis of tranquility. Every visitor I have brought here has fallen in love with the place and are surprised it is not more famous (my last guests from Italy thought it worthy of UNESCO world heritage status!) and crowded (often no more than a handful of visitors when I go there). I honestly believe it is one of the best places to visit in Kanagawa. Be aware that there are a lot of steps, especially a very long steep flight up the mountainside if you want to go up to the small temple right at the top of the complex (in my opinion really not worth it unless you enjoy the exercise).

5.03 months ago

. Spiritually up lifting location

5.0a year ago

Literally one of my favourite places in the world. Temples scattered on the hillside among soaring cedar trees and an assortment of streams and water features. Beautiful in any season, but especially autumn for the colourful leaves. Similarly stunning in heavy rain and when covered in snow

5.0a month ago

Good spot to feel Japan

5.0a year ago

Stunningly beautiful in autumn with maple trees all around! The best temple I have ever visited in Japan, next to Kyoto. This temple has it all. Lots of steps and climbing. It is good to do a little research before coming here because there is so much here.