A virtual platform to serve as a stage for the livestream
The home screen will approximate a map of Hieizan Enryakuji Temple, and users can search for content related to peace and sustainability.


Hieizan Enryakuji Temple is the birthplace of Japanese Buddhism and home temple of the Tendai sect, which has influenced Japanese culture, thought, and history for 1,200 years. We will launch a web platform to share information about cultural innovation and sustainability, with the birthplace of Tendai Buddhism, a renowned wellspring of Japanese culture, as its symbol. When Dento Live is held, a spot that will serve as the entrance to the livestreaming event will appear on a virtual map created from a digitalized isometric design based on the area surrounding the Konpon Chudo main hall (Hieizan Enryakuji Temple Eastern Pagoda), a national treasure.

As a space for showcasing cultural innovation and sustainability, we also invite exhibits from corporate collaborators. In addition to exhibits in the form of landing page and article content, we also accept proposals for original projects. Our aim is to show respect for the 1,200-year history of Hieizan Enryakuji Temple, and contribute to the efforts to spread awareness and concern regarding SDGs in Japan via a format which is emblematic of a sustainable open innovation society.


Questions regarding the project and media inquiries are handled at this address.

Daiichi Nakagawa Bldg. 2F, 1-1-25 Chiyoda, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, 460-0012
VEDUTA COLLECTION / Dento LIVE / Virtual Enryakuji Temple (Hieizan) Information Desk