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Ekoji Buddhist Temple

Ekoji Buddhist Temple | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

6500 Lake Haven Lane
Fairfax Station, VA 22039

Ekoji will be a place where the differences of race, color or creed will disappear. Ekoji will be open to all who earnestly seek the Dharma. - Rev Kenryu Tsuji, 1981

Guests arealways welcome, with or without prior arrangement, to attend any scheduled activity listed on this page unless noted otherwise.

Co
me as you are - Jodo Shinshu temples are informal. However, if you're curious about what you might expect, here's some information you might find helpful: Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temple Etiquette

 

Contact

Phone: (703) 239-0500
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