Contact

If you are interested in practicing Zen with our community, please contact the address below or one of our branches of Zen-Halls:

Erste Berliner Zen-Gemeinschaft e.V.
Takujū-Haus
Schlieperstr. 31
13507 Berlin
Germany

Messages via e-mailto: info@zen-gemeinschaft-berlin.de

Hauptsitzhalle KIN-MŌ-ZENDŌ

Frohnauer Str. 148
13465 Berlin

Tel. (+49 30 ) 43 55 71 87
Fax (+49 30 ) 28 50 52 76

e-mail: info@zen-gemeinschaft-berlin.de

 

 

The KIN-MŌ-ZENDŌ, the "Cave of Elemental Forces", is the main Zen-Hall of the First Zen Community of Berlin. It was opened by Sōtetsu Yūzen in November 1978.

Buddhistisches Zentrum Takujū-Haus

Schlieperstr. 31
13507 Berlin

Tel. (+49 30) 74 39 97 60

e-mail: info@zen-gemeinschaft-berlin.de




 

The Buddhist Centre Takujū-House, the TAKUJŪ-DO – Hall of Takujū –  it was opened by Sōtetsu Yūzen in November 1998.

 Eiwa-Zendō Buddhistische Berg-Zendo
EIWA-ZENDŌ

ul. Podsudecka 3
58-580 Szklarska Poreba / Poland

Tel. (0048) 513 365 314
 Fax  (0048) 75 717 2364

e-mail: mumon-kai@o2.pl

 

The EIWA-ZENDŌ, the Zen-Hall of Eternal Peace, was opened by Sōtetsu Yūzen in summer 1983. It is the first RINZAI-ZENDŌ in Poland. It is run by Tōkaku Chizō Sensei, a monk ordained in Japan.

  Zen-Übungs-Klause
YUBIMEN-BUTSU-AN
Northern Germany

YUBIMEN-BUTSU-AN 

The YUBIMEN-BUTSU-AN, the “Hermitage of Buddha’s Sunset-Face”, was opened by Sōtetsu Yūzen in 1986. It is a small Zendō in northern Germany which provides an additional facility for Sesshin to the community. It also serves as a retreat for intense individual practice.

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