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about us

The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) is a world-wide movement dedicated to the philosophy and practice of Krishna Consciousness, also known as Bhakti Yoga.

The teachings of Krishna Consciousness enable us to awaken our true self and develop our relationship with Krishna - the Absolute Truth and source of all life. The practices include mantra meditation, the study of philosophy and active devotional service.

Hare Krishna

Hare Krishna

Krishna Krishna

Hare Hare

Hare Rama

Hare Rama

Rama Rama

Hare Hare


The word mantra is derived from the two Sanskrit words "manas" (mind) and "trayate" (to deliver). Of all mantras in the Vedas, one is called the maha-mantra, the great mantra, as it holds great spiritual power. Repeated chanting of this mantra, purifies our minds and brings about peace and harmony.  

Hare | address to God's energy

Krishna | He who is attractive to everyone

Rama | One who gives pleasure 

Sunday Feast

We have temporarily suspended the Sunday Feasts due to Coronavirus situation.

(The temple is still open for visits and yagyas, please check the opening times below.)​

Where to find us 

Sri Sri Radha Govinda Temple
ISKCON New Gaya 

 2-23-4 Funabori
Edogawa-ku, Tokyo – 134-0091

2 minute walk from Funabori station (South exit)

on Toei-Shinjuku line.

Phone: 03-3877-3000



Mon - Sat

08:00 - 13:00 (Open) 

13:00 - 16:30 (Closed)

16:30 - 21:00 (Open)

21:00 - (Closed)


08:00 - 15:00 (Open)

15:00 - 16:30 (Closed)

16:30 - 21:00 (Open)

21:00 - (Closed)


No activities are permitted in the Temple premises during the closed hours. 

Arati Timings

05:30 - Mangal Arati
08:00 - Shringar Arati | Guru Puja
12:30 - Raj Bhoga Arati
16:30 - Vaikalika Arati 
19:00 - Gaur Arati
20:50 - Shayan Arati

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