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1 minute walk from the sea in Kanagawa prefecture
Permanent memorial service
 Ossuary "Kannon-do"

Religious corporation Myorinji

1582 Oiso, Oiso Town, Naka District, Kanagawa Prefecture

Phone number 0463-61-0749

Permanent memorial service Ossuary Kannon-do

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There is no heir

I have ashes that I want to memorialize at home

There is no grave

I don't want to bother my child

I can't have a grave for financial reasons

Looking for a permanent memorial tomb

 

It ’s all settled

Eternal memorial ossuary "Kannon-do"

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Myorinji ossuary

 

"Kannon-do"

 

A permanent memorial service watched by Myorinji Kannon Ossuary "Kannon-do".

 

As a mortuary for the remains, it is a ossuary that holds the remains of many people as well as the Danish believers of Myorin-ji Temple.

 

Those who do not have a grave, those who want to keep the ashes in the main hall as a mortuary until the grave is built, those who can not put the ashes at home, those who do not have a heir, those who want to have the ashes memorialized every day , It is used by various people.

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What is the ossuary?

The ossuary is an indoor grave.

 

It is possible to store the ashes of not only individuals but also couples and families in various units.

Since it is an indoor grave, there is no need to manage weeding or cleaning around the graveyard compared to the grave in the graveyard.

 

In the case of a grave in a graveyard, if you include the purchase cost of gravestones and the permanent usage fee, you will need about 1 to 3 million yen and monthly management fee, but in the case of the ossuary, only the ossuary cost is required for the ashes. You can manage and memorialize.


Those who do not have a heir to the grave and are worried that the graves of their ancestors will eventually become unrelated graves, those who have difficulty in having a grave for financial reasons, the remains that are enshrined at home An increasing number of people are choosing the ossuary, such as those who want to entrust their ancestors to a temple and have them hold a memorial service every day.

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Indoor ossuary starts from 7,000 yen

It is a ossuary that can be used across denominations and denominations.

There is no need to change the sect or become a temple house, and there is no need to worry about imposing an economic burden on the next generation.

For those who do not have a successor, we also offer a permanent memorial service.

Permanent memorial service  The ashes storage fee at the ossuary "Kannon-do" starts from 7,000 yen.

It includes all the management fees during the enshrining, spring / autumn equinoctial week, Obon festival, and segaki memorial service.

For those who have difficulty coming to Kannon-do, we also accept the bone transfer (mail) of the ashes.

 

 

~ "Kannon-do" for the following people ~

 

Those who have no children or heirs

Those who want to have a memorial service but have difficulty in having a grave due to expenses etc.

Those who have bones that they want to memorialize but are in trouble with the storage location

 

Those who are thinking about the "grave" of the grave

 

Quiet graveyard, those who like the sea

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Kanagawa Prefecture  A temple for Buddhas who love the Shonan Sea

Fukujuyama Myorinji Temple

Permanent memorial service  The ossuary "Kannon-do" is located in the main hall of the venerable Myorin-ji Temple, which has a history of more than 700 years.

 

A 5-minute walk from Oiso Station and a 1-minute walk to Oiso Beach, it is a temple where you can hear the sound of the waves.

 

Many Buddhas who liked the sea are sleeping in the graveyard of Myorin-ji Temple, the eternal memorial tomb, and the ossuary.

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If you cannot bring your ashes

 

Bone transfer is also possible

If you live far away, have a physical disability, or cannot bring your ashes directly to the temple, we will keep your ashes by sending bones.

After applying, we will send you a bone transfer set from Myorinji Temple.

It is possible to put the ashes in a bone-feeding box and mail it to Myorin-ji Temple.

Bone transfer costs are all included in the payment. We accept ashes by mail from all over the country.

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The bones at Kannon-do

Only 3 cases per year

Currently, a permanent memorial service at Myorin-ji Temple  The ossuary "Kannon-do" has received pre-need reservations from a large number of people.

The number of ashes that can be delivered in "Kannon-do" has also been limited.

 

Therefore, we will limit the number of bones to be delivered to those who do not have a reservation before life.

Bone at "Kannon-do"

3 spirits / year

* This does not apply if the owner is the same person and multiple ashes are delivered at the same time.

If the limit is reached, the application will be closed.

The next recruitment will be on a first-come, first-served basis from 9:00 am on January 3, the following year .

A permanent memorial service at Kannon-do

Permanent memorial service  At the ossuary "Kannon-do", Myorin-ji is responsible for keeping the ashes for a long time and offering a memorial service.

Permanent memorial service  The period of placement of the ashes at the ossuary "Kannon-do" is up to 3rd, 7th, and 13th (or 3 years, 7 years, and 13 years after the ossuary).

 

Permanent memorial service  After the period of enshrining at the ossuary "Kannon-do", the remains will be buried in the permanent memorial tomb "Tensei Mausoleum" at Myorin-ji Temple.

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Details of "Kannon-do"

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Permanent memorial service  The ossuary "Kannon-do" is the one and only ossuary handmade by the chief priest of Myorin-ji, who is also a Buddhist priest.

 

"Paulownia" is used as the material of the ossuary. Paulownia wood is an excellent wood that protects the ashes from moisture and dryness. Because of its functionality, paulownia is used in boxes for high-end arts and crafts.

 

In a general ossuary, the inside of the urn will condense due to climate change, and mold will grow on the ashes, but there is no need to worry about it at the "Kannon-do" in Myorin-ji.

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The storage space of "Kannon-do" can store even a large 8-inch urn with plenty of room. Not only the remains, but also the deceased's mortuary tablet, deceased, and keepsake can be stored at the same time.

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Currently, the vacancy is running low due to reservations during life, so if you would like to have a bone, please contact us as soon as possible.

Bone laying and permanent memorial service

Payment

Bone up to the third anniversary

Permanent memorial service

  (Or 3 years of bone feeding)  

Payment

330,000 yen

Bone payment and management costs

Buddhist memorial service at the time of bone delivery

Daily memorial service

A memorial service for the spring and autumn equinoctial week

Obon segaki memorial service

Eternal memorial service

Burial offering to the Tensei Mausoleum

All included

* If you are introduced by a relative of the Myorin-ji layman or a Myorin-ji layman, we will give you a 10% discount from the above payment.

Bone up to the 7th anniversary

Permanent memorial service

  (Or 7 years of bone feeding)  

Payment

560,000 yen

Bone payment and management costs

Buddhist memorial service at the time of bone delivery

Daily memorial service

A memorial service for the spring and autumn equinoctial week

Obon segaki memorial service

Eternal memorial service

Burial offering to the Tensei Mausoleum

All included

 

* If you are introduced by a relative of the Myorin-ji layman or a Myorin-ji layman, we will give you a 10% discount from the above payment.

Bone up to the thirteenth anniversary

Permanent memorial service

  (Or 13 years of bone feeding)  

Payment

880,000 yen

Bone payment and management costs

Buddhist memorial service at the time of bone delivery

Daily memorial service

A memorial service for the spring and autumn equinoctial week

Obon segaki memorial service

Eternal memorial service

Burial offering to the Tensei Mausoleum

All included

 

* If you are introduced by a relative of the Myorin-ji layman or a Myorin-ji layman, we will give you a 10% discount from the above payment.

Temporary storage of ashes

Payment

1 month custody

Payment

7,000 yen

Bone payment and management costs

Daily memorial service

All included

* If you are introduced by a relative of the Myorin-ji layman or a Myorin-ji layman, we will give you a 10% discount from the above payment.

1 year custody

Payment

80,000 yen

Bone payment and management costs

Daily memorial service

A memorial service for the spring and autumn equinoctial week

Obon segaki memorial service

All included

* If you are introduced by a relative of the Myorin-ji layman or a Myorin-ji layman, we will give you a 10% discount from the above payment.

Bone laying and permanent memorial service for the remains

About reservation before life

  Permanent memorial service  Since the number of ashes that can be laid in the ossuary "Kannon-do" is limited, we may not be able to provide them even if you wish to have a ossuary or a permanent memorial service.

Therefore, we recommend that you make a reservation for the desired bone-feeding space before you live and secure the bone-feeding space in advance.

 

Management costs will be required before the ashes are delivered, but the reserved bone delivery space can be secured.

 

Management fee until bone delivery

2,000 yen / month

access

255-0003

1582 Oiso, Oiso Town, Naka District, Kanagawa Prefecture

Phone 0463-61-0749

FAX 0463-61-8899

・ By train

5-6 minutes walk from Oiso Station on the JR Tokaido Line

・ For buses

1 minute walk from Kanagawa Bus "Fire Station"

・ For automobiles

From the direction of Hiratsuka on National Highway No. 1, between the "Akiba Shrine entrance" signal and the "Oiso fire station front" signal,

Enter from the road beside the monthly parking lot on the left side (sea side) (NTT Building on the right side of the national highway).

There is a parking lot behind the main hall where about 20 cars can be parked.

For inquiries, please use this form, telephone, or fax.

We will reply to the form by Gmail, so if you have set the junk mail filter, please set it so that you can receive Gmail.

If you do not receive a reply to your inquiry in the form within a week, please call us.

Barrier-free at Myorinji Temple

 

Myorin-ji aims to be completely barrier-free for people with disabilities.

 

There are handrails, ramps, and wheelchairs for indoor use in the main hall, and there is a wheelchair-accessible restroom near the parking lot.

 

In addition, for those who have difficulty getting out of the car, we carry out " drive-through legal affairs " where you can receive legal affairs in the car, and for those who are in the hospital or in the facility, we carry out "online legal affairs ".

Religious corporation Nichiren sect Myorinji Temple

1582 Oiso, Oiso-machi, Naka-gun, Kanagawa 255-0003

TEL 0463-61-0749

FAX 0463-61-8899

Telephone reception 9:00 am to 17:00 pm

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