organisation that is now known as CHOMON HOUSE first
opened its doors as a place for training and practice
in the ways of Tai Chi and Buddism on the
14th February 1996.
2012 Chomon House resident Gary Robinson (pic left)
traveled to Kyoto in Japan to undergo training with
Nishi Hongwanji and became ordained as Rev Daichi
Gary's interest in Japanese Buddhism came about through
the study and practice of the Chinese martial art of
Following illness in the early 1990's he himself
benefited from the therapeutic properties of Chi Kung
and Tai Chi and began teaching it to others on a one
to one basis in 1995. Please click on the links above and below for details on how to arrange one-on-one tuition with Daichi Gary in the Chomon House Dojo.
ground floor of Chomon House consists of two large separate rooms. One is used exclusively as a Tai Chi and Chi Kung training room (Dojo) and
the other is a Hondo (Buddha room) that is used exclusively for Meditation and other Buddhist studies including meetings of the Shin Buddhist Fellowship UK every Thursday 8.00pm - 10.00pm.
DAILY - AMIDA BUDDHA SERVICE: 11am, 3pm and 7pm