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Jodo Shinshu Links

On this page we will provide links to Jodo Shinshu resources. It is hoped that you will be able to learn more about Jodo Shinshu teachings from these sites

Here are links to other Jodo Shinshu websites:


Jodo Shinshu Honganji-ha (Japanese)

Jodo Shinshu Honganji-ha (English)

Homepage of our Mother Temple in Kyoto, in Japanese & English


Centre for Shin Buddhist Studies (Jodo Shinshu Kyogaku Kenkyusho)

Link to the Centre for Shin Buddhist Studies. There is a brief introduction to the Centre, publications and history of the spread of Buddhism from India to Japan and the complete listing of the Jodo Shinshu Canon. In Japanese only


Young Buddhist Association (Jodo Shinshu Honganji-ha)

The webpage of Jodo Shinshu Honganji-ha's Young Buddhist Association (YBA). Introduces the YBA's Events, History and Goods for sale. In English & Japanese

Jodo Shinshu Honganji-ha Seiten

An on-line collection of the Jodo Shinshu Seiten (Sacred Teachings), in Japanese only

The Collected Works of Shinran

An on-line version of the "Collected Works of Shinran" pulished by the Hongwanji International Centre, a wonderful site for those who want to read about Shinran Shonin's Teachings, a must see!

Links Pitaka Jodo Shinshu

Also has comprehensive listings of Jodo Shinshu websites, books and other resources, mostly in French but with English as well


A website by Jodo Shinshu Honganji-ha Ministers in Tokyo for the propagation of Jodo Shinshu in the Tokyo area, with reviews on the latest happenings with regard to the Kyodan and Japan, as well as a comic "Amidaman", in Japanese only

Seattle Betsuin

A comprehensive website with pamphlets published by the Buddhist Churches of America, Order for Sunday Services and Audio Dharma Messages, a must see & hear!

Shin Dharma Net

A website by Sensei Alfred Bloom [Professor Emeritus of Hawaii University, and Minister of the Honpa Honganji Hawaii Betsuin] and the Honpa Honganji Betsuin to provide a "Cyber Sangha" membership to those who do not have a temple/church in their area, as well as links to many other Jodo Shinshu websites

Shin Correspondence Course

Another website by Sensei Alfred Bloom with the aim of enabling the reader to explore the tenets and history of Jodo Shinshu, a self-read, self-answer programme, do try it

Horai Dharma Net

Homepage of the Horai Association used to transmit the Shin teachings to the world. In English, Japanese and Chinese.

Amida Net

A website by Sensei Inagaki Hisao [Professor Emeritus of Ryukoku University] and the Horai Association, website includes translations and works of Jodo Shinshu, Shin conference reports as well as images of Shinran Shonin

Mugeko (Unhindered Light)

A website of the Horai International Association [Sensei Inagaki Hisao and Sensei George Gatenby], introducing Jodo Shinshu in Australia, with articles by Jodo Shinshu Ministers and devotees, as well as books for sale and free distribution

Notes on the Nembutsu

A website by Sensei George Gatenby on reflections of the Sanjo Wasan of Shinran Shonin. In English only.

Hong Kong Horai Association

Homepage of our sister Sangha in Hong Kong, activities calendar included. In Chinese.

Hongwanji Buddhist Mission of Australia

New homepage of the Shinshu sangha in Australia. Includes an on-line version of the "Primer of Shin Buddhism", news and services. In English only.


Federation Of Shinshu Temples (Shinshu Kyodan Rengo)

Website of the Federation Of Shinshu Temples, comprising of the 10 sub-sects within Jodo Shinshu Buddhism - includes an introduction to the Head Temple of each sub-sect, Buddhist Gathas (Hymns), as well as Sermons, in Japanese only