Contact

Contact

General Enquiries

0211-577918-0
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Questions on the scientific program (Symposium, lectures), exhibitions etc.

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Dr. habil. Hermann-Josef Röllicke

0211-577918 ext. -214
roellicke AT eko-haus.de

Registration for courses

Miki Kirchhoff

0211-577918 ext. -211
eko AT eko-haus.de

Library, Colloquium

Rev. Marc Nottelmann-Feil

0211-577918 ext. -224
nottelmann AT eko-haus.de

Questions related to Buddhism and Buddhist events, Japanese cinema day, "Teaching of Buddha"

Rev. Marc Nottelmann-Feil

0211-577918 ext. -224
nottelmann AT eko-haus.de

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Rev. Hironobu Shoju

0211-577918 ext. -213
bdk AT eko-haus.de

Guided tours, admission for taking commercial photographs,
leasing a room, exhibitions

Michael Kuhl

0211-577918 ext. -222
kuhl AT eko-haus.de

(DW) Direct Dialing

At weekend only the weekend staff can be contacted by phone.
Registration for courses, tea ceremonies etc. are not possible.
0211-577918-0

About Us

  • About us
    • About Us

      In 1993 in Niederkassel, a suburb of Düsseldorf, a Japanese cultural centre was opened: the...

    • Buddhismus (Instruction)

      Buddhism with its various schools has occupied a leading role in the history of Japanese culture....

    • EKŌ-Kindergarten

      A warm welcome! Konnichi wa! Our international kindergarten is a German–Japanese co–educative...

    • EKŌ-Temple

      In the middle of the altar room, on the same axis as the second section of the garden path, stands a...

    • Guided Tours

      The EKŌ-House consists of a Buddhist temple, a Japanese garden, a house in the traditional style,...

    • Library

      Situated in the Kyōsei–kan building, the library was opened to the general public in 2001. It...

    • Publication

      For our publication please see Publikationen...

    • The Japanese Garden

      The temple grounds are entered through the "Mountain Gate" - also referred to as the...

    • The Japanese House

      The standard construction unit of what was previously the guesthouse is the Tatami-mat (just 90 x...