Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours

The EKO Center of Japanese Culture as a highly frequented meeting place follows the recommendations and instructions of the federal government and the state government of North Rhine-Westphalia. Therefore, it closes its facility for visitors and course participants from March 14th (Saturday) to April 20th (Monday).
All events within this period have to be cancelled. Please check our website for current information.
Thank you very much for your kind understanding.

Tuesday to Sunday 1.00 to 5.00 p.m.
(except on festival days and during the Easter, autumn and Christmas holidays)

Entrance Fee

Adults: 3,50 €/Person (Quantity discount for groups from 15 Persons up: 3,00 €/Person)
Pupils/Students: 2,50 €/Person
Leaflet: 0,50 €

Guides Tours

We offer different types of guided tours for different groups and numbers of people.
For further information, please contact Mr. Kuhl, Tel. 0211-577918-222 or Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

You can download Information sheet for group tours in German (pdf)


Public transport

Subway Lines U70, U74, U75, U76, U77 to Belsenplatz, go on by bus 834, 836, 828 to Niederkasseler Kirchweg


EKŌ-Haus der Japanischen Kultur e.V.
Brüggener Weg 6, 40547 Düsseldorf GERMANY
☎ +49 (0)211-577918-0
📠 +49 (0)211-577918-219
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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 (in German)   The Teaching of Buddha “The Teaching of...

    • 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...