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.
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')).