Banquet Ticket


Banquet tickets may be purchased until 31 May 2022.
Since the number of seats is limited, a maximum of 100 people will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
It is valid if you have already purchased a banquet ticket when you registered for symposium participation.
The tickets for sponsors and invited speakers (in-person participants) are reserved.

Note: The cancellation policy for ticketed events is applied.

About Ninna-ji

Ninna-ji Temple is the head temple of the Omuro school of the Shingon Sect of Buddhism, located in north-west Kyoto. It was first founded in AD 888 by Emperor Uda, so it is deeply related with the Imperial Family of Japan. This prestigious temple has a very long history. Since its founding, Ninna-ji has housed and protected countless national treasures and other cultural artifacts. Also, it is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Ninna-ji Temple has a beautiful Japanese garden. From the garden of the Goten Palace you can see breath-taking scenery of the Five-Storied Pagoda. It is the only temple in Kyoto that has a garden from where you can see a five-storied pagoda.

Main Hall (Kondo)

Main Hall (Kondo)

Pagoda over garden

Overlooking the five-storied pagoda over the garden


Five-storied pagoda