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Welcome to Seattle Koyasan Shingon Buddhist Temple


We are a local Seattle-based Japanese Buddhist Temple open to people of all walks of life.

Please join us for our guided meditation services or our Sunday Service. We are always happy greet new people, and many find tremendous benefit from practicing meditation. We offer all of our services in-person and online.

Our meditation practice has been passed down for over a thousand years through the Koyasan Shingon Lineage.

The Monday meditation is dedicated to Mandala Symphony as a practice of compassion to embrace and heal the wounds of those who struggled.


COVID Guidelines March 2022 update

  • Masks are optional in person. Consider joining us online.
  • Masks are optional during meditation practice
  • Out of concern for those who may be more vulnerable, please do not attend if you have any symptoms of illness such as a fever, coughing or sneezing.
  • Guidelines may change as we adjust to changing circumstances


Live Streaming Services

We are LIVE STREAMING our services!

JOIN HEREhttp://seattlekoyasan.eventbrite.com

DOWNLOAD SERVICE BOOK HEREShingon Lay Service – v9

To join the LIVE STREAMING event online, please go to Eventbrite to register and click on Live Events (the cost is free, or you can make a donation if you like):

Goma-gi prayer sticks for the Goma Fire Service are available for purchase ($5.00 each) prior to the Service. These are wooden sticks upon which to write a prayer or request; they are added to the ritual fire as an important part of the celebration of compassion and the burning away of sufferings during the Goma Fire Ceremony. You can send your wish to Seattle Koyasan via email to [email protected]

護摩のご祈願について。祈願を記入する添え護摩木は、1本5ドルでご購入いただけます。ご祈願は、

電話(206)-325-8811 Eメール [email protected]

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