Magazine: Nichiren Shoshu Monthly

If you would like to learn more about this dynamic practice, we suggest checking out the Nichiren Shoshu Monthly, published 12 times a year and available nationwide. Since the purpose of the Monthly is specifically for study, each issue is packed with in-depth material dealing with some of the more complex issues of Buddhism, as well as the more basic Buddhist concepts.

Typical issues have included not only guidance and instruction from the current High Priest of Nichiren Shoshu, Nichinyo Shonin, but also concise articles dealing with everything from birth and death, overcoming severe obstacles, to the life and history of our sect’s founder, Nichiren Daishonin, along with frequent study basics.

The Monthly is a wonderful tool, not only for the practicing Buddhist, but also for those interested in seeing how relevant this orthodox Buddhism is for today’s society. Also featured are current experiences of Nichiren Shoshu believers from all over, as well as news from our local temples.

The Nichiren Shoshu Monthly is published monthly for 12 issues. Suggested yearly donation is $36 (U.S.), $73 (Canada) and $108 Outside of U.S. and Canada. Subscriptions are available on an annual and semi-annual basis. Single issues are also available. Please e-mail if you need more information.

Nichiren Shoshu Monthly Subscription Form

Nichiren Shoshu Books & Study Materials

We have many wonderful books for learning more about Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism and our practice. At this time, they may only be purchased at our Temple, we are not able to offer them online. Please contact us if you need more information on purchasing these books.

Additional Publications Currently Available:

  • The Rissho ankoku-ron
  • Nichiren Shoshu Basics of Practice
  • Basic Terminology of Nichiren Shoshu
  • Nichiren Shoshu Ceremonies
  • Collected Sermons of High Priest Nikken Shonin
  • The Doctrines and Practice of Nichiren Shoshu
  • Introduction to Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism
  • 100 Questions and Answers
  • An in-depth look at the fundamental difference between Nichiren Shoshu and SGI regarding the object of worship
  • Leaving the SGI