In the beginning this building was used as Sōdō (Monks Hall), now we are using this hall for public Zazen.
The Juntei Kannon is enshrined in the center.
This statue expresses compassion and it was donated by the Tokugawa family in edo era.
The calligraphy “Kokyōshōshin” painted by Sodō Ishikawa Zenji displayed in this study hall, means that your mind is refined and illuminated by ancestors teaching.
Inside the Shuryō
Juntei Kannon is enshrined in the center, and Nanda ryūō and Batsunanda ryūō on the sides.