Buddhist House is a three-story accommodation facility built in 1988 on
the Shakado premises. As a sacred place associated with Buddha, Bodhgaya
attracts pilgrims from around the world who follow in the footsteps of
Buddha. However, while Buddhist House was still under construction, the
area did not have enough hotels or other accommodations suitable for pilgrims.
Consequently, in response to local requests,
Daijokyo opened Buddhist House to accommodate up to about 100 visitors. The House even serves simple Japanese meals upon guest request.
Staff members of Buddhist House are all Indian nationals, capable of speaking English and Japanese. For reservations, please contact either the House directly or the Administrative Office of Daijokyo Sohonzan Temple.
Contact：Kiran Lama, Manager
Daijokyo Buddhist House
Great Buddha Statue Road
Post Box No.20
P.O. Bodhgaya 824231
TEL. (631) 2200-747
*Faxes or e-mails of inquiry to Buddhist House should be written in English.
For inquiries in Japanese, please call the Administrative Office of Daijokyo
Daijokyo Sohonzan Temple
The Great Buddha Statue in Bodhgaya, India
Make Your Visit More Memorable!
Your hand-copied sutras will be enshrined inside the Great Buddha Statue.
Yoga instructors will be introduced upon request by overnight guests.
If you are interested in experiencing the above, please ask the Buddhist House Manager.
Guest room example(twin type)
*All rooms equipped with private shower and toilet