The Wada-Ji Temple is a place devoted to meditative chanting (Nembutsu Samadhi) for the happiness and spiritual development of all beings. It is open to all. The temple is created in the Pure Land style of Japanese Buddhism.
What is Nembutsu Samadhi
Nembutsu practice started in Theravada Buddhism in India about 2000 years ago. The practice of Nembutsu creates unification with Amida Buddha (the great spirit of the universe), through the chanting recitation of the sacred name, Namu Amida Butsu, which means “I follow/return back to Amida Buddha.” Through the practice of Nembutsu, people share and derive spiritual benefit for themselves and others.