Oeshiki Ceremony held at Myoshinji

The Oeshiki ceremony was joyfully celebrated at Myoshinji. Over two hundred members from many parts of the US came together to commemorate the passing of the Buddha Nichiren Daishonin. After the ceremony members received the paper cherry blossoms used to adorn the temple altar and then had a pot-luck feast. We would like to thank all the members and guests who helped make this ceremony a great success.

Myoshinji Oeshiki Photos 2015Pictures from the ceremony are posted on the site's Gallery as well as on the Temple's Facebook page.


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Introduction to True Buddhism

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