Tensei Kaikan

Tensei Kaikan

The Tensei Kaikan is a facility that is useful to the community, including the Danish believers, as a place of worship and a place of relaxation, as well as a funeral hall. It was created from the idea of "I want to make it."

 

Even now, it is used by many people as a place for daily memorial services, kaiseki meals, meetings, and various classes.

Use at night funerals

Use of Myorin-ji Temple

Two-day funeral fee 50,000

One-day funeral One-day usage fee 20,000

General use

Two-day funeral fee 100,000

One-day funeral One-day usage fee 40,000

Use at night funerals (when the Buddha is a minor)

Use of Myorin-ji Temple

Two-day funeral free of charge

One-day funeral One-day usage fee free

General use

Two-day funeral fee 10,000

One-day funeral One-day usage fee 5,000

Meetings, classes, dinners, etc.

Use in rental space

(Non-profit purpose)

Use of Myorin-ji Temple

1,000 per hour

All day (9: 00-17: 00) 5,000

General use

1 hour 2,000

All day (9: 00-17: 00) 17,000

Hall facilities

 

Ceremony hall: 22 long tables, 75 chairs

Parking lot: 25 cars

 

Waiting room: Waiting room with 3 tatami mats

 

Others: shower toilet, refrigerator,

 

Kitchen, barrier-free

About use

If it is of high public interest, the usage fee will change, so please contact us.

 

Each user is responsible for setting up tables, chairs, etc. Please put back the table, chairs, etc. after use.

 

It can be used free of charge when used for meals after the law.

 

Please refrain from using some new religions or violent groups, regardless of denomination or denomination.