Buzan-ha (真言宗豊山派 Shingon-shu Buzan-ha?) is a Japanese Shingon Buddhist sect, founded in the 16th century by the priest Senyo Sōjō (専誉僧正?). The main Buzan-ha temple is Hase-dera in Sakurai, Nara Prefecture.
Today Buzan-ha has 3,000 temples, 5,000 priests and two million followers. Its largest chapters outside Japan are located in Hong Kong (under the Mantra School for Lay Buddhists) and Vietnam (under the Minh Nguyệt Cư Sĩ Lâm chapters).
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