Zazen practice organized by Minato UNESCO Association
Nov 22, 2021(Monday)
4-7, Atago 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo (See map)
Established in 1476. Moved to the current place at the beginning of Edo Shogunate. One of key temples of the Soto-shu school (ZehBuddhism).
Zazen is explained only in Japanese.
● Capacity: 16
(Reduced from the previous 40 due to the pandemic)
● Reminder for the participants:
Please show your「Certificate of Vaccination for COVID-19」.
“Please wear a mask,” and dress casually to avoid crowdedness in the locker room (which is set up for women and men.) Remove your socks, wrist watch and jewelry before entering the main hall.
Free for member of Minato UNESCO Association, 500Yen for other participants.
No special clothes are required but best to choose something loose and comfortable. However, please refrain from the use of bright colors, distracting jewelry, perfume etc.
● Sitting ZAZEN:
Sitting is usually on a cushion. There are also a limited number of chairs available.
●To protect yourself from COVIC-19
Please wear mask safety, and sanitize your hands and take your temperature at the entrance.
Minato UNESCO Association. in collaboration with SEISHOJI-Temple
Minato UNESCO Association
● How to apply.
Please apply via HP from Nov.11,Thursday at 10am to Nov.19,Friday at noon.
● For registration and inquiries: Minato UNESCO Association, 16-3 Shimbashi 3-Chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Click here for applications and inquiries.
Tel : 03-3434-2300
Open:10:00 to 17:00, Tuesday through Friday （closed on national holidays）