The Bukko-ji Temple School of the Shin sect (真宗佛光寺派)

The Bukko-ji (佛光寺) School of Shin Sect is a school of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism). Its head temple was the Bukko-ji Temple in Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City. There are 390 branch temples. It is also written as Bukko-ji (仏光寺) School of the Shin sect.

Its founder was Shinbutsu, a high-caliber disciple of Shinran, and it began from Ryogen who was a lineage of the Takada School of the Shin Sect.

Principal Image of Buddha
Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) (with seven halo in the picture image)
Wakigake (wall scroll of both sides of Amida Nyorai) Right: Kuji-Myogo (nine-character name of the Buddha, also known as Namu Fukashigi Ko (Shinran's inscriptions of Amida's name in a seven-character version, meaning that 'I take refuge in the Inconceivable Light') Nyorai, Left: Juji-Myogo (ten-character name of the Buddha, also known as Kimyo Jin Jippo Mugeko Nyorai (Shinran's inscriptions of Amida's name in a ten-character version, meaning that 'I take refuge in the Tathagata of Unobstructed Light Suffusing the Ten Directions')).