We provide service of Eko (memorial service) for ancestors, Kito (prayers) for wishes to come true, and Eitai Kuyo (memorial service for a longer period) here in Koyasan Jokiin.
Daily Eko service
Higan Ceremony in spring and fall
Urabon-e (Feast of Lanterns)
Annual memorial service
New Year’s Prayer
Setsubun Ritual (Hoshi Matsuri for bringing good luck and warding off evil)
Peace and prosperity in the household
Warding off evil and inviting good luck
Fulfilling desire of the heart
Good match in relationship
Recovery from illness
Accomplishing good employment
For those who worry about the memorial service or the life after death, Jokiin Shinei-kai invites them to join in during their lifetime and Koyasan Jokiin will be responsible for the Eko (Eitai kuyo) after the death.
Koyasan Jokiin also provide the service of Eitai eko (permanent memorial service) for those who worry about after the life after death even though there are family members and relatives around.
For those who only have very few relatives and worry about the funeral after the death, Koyasan Jokiin will receive the remains or ashes and handle the funeral carefully as per requested during one's lifetime.
Please contact our temple for applications or consultations.
For inquiries, please contact us below.
Unlike sutras, "San" is Shingon (mantra) with syllables to praise a specific Buddha.
It is called Shomyo.
Shomyo been chanted in our morning ceremony.
A part of Shingon Sect. Kongocho-kyo (Vajrasekhara Sutra), consisting of 17 acts.
Risyukyo has been chanted in our morning ceremony.
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