Chisan-ha (智山派?) or Chisan is a Japanese sect of Shingon Buddhism. Among the other sects of Shingon Buddhism is Buzan-ha. It is headquartered in Chishaku-in (temple) in Kyoto. Naritasan Shinshōji Temple in Narita is also an important temple and was founded in 940. Chisan-ha belongs to Tantric Buddhism.
- Giesen, W. (2007). Japan. Baedeker. p. 354. ISBN 9783829711524. Retrieved 2014-10-24.
- "Price Request - BuyDomains". almostjapanese.com. Retrieved 2014-10-24.
- Kokusai Shūkyō Kenkyūjo (Japan); International Institute for the Study of Religions, Tokyo (1967). Contemporary Religions in Japan. International Institute for the Study of Religions. ISSN 0010-7557. Retrieved 2014-10-24.