Jakkoan Zendo


The zendo is open, for silent meditation.

Jakkoan Zendo was named by Hojosama Keibun Otogawa,
and dedicated by Shoho Michael Newhall, Resident Teacher at Jikoji.

Keibun's Calligraphy translates:

"Jak" - calm, quiet, deep silence
"ko" - light
"an" - small zendo, hermitage

The wood and glass structure of about 24 by 16 feet.
was built with recycled materials
that blend with the redwood, bay, and oak trees
surrounding its small, isolated meadow.

The following thumbnail images links are to snapshots, looking:

AboveHut HutS HutTrueSE InHutNW InHutSE
west, from above north, into northwest, outside inside, northwest inside, southeast

The zendo is always open, for individual silent meditation.

Call Cliff @ 4083531478, or email Jakkoan Zendo, for information.

For more on mind and mediation see Mind and Meditation.