Contact Us

The SGI Office of Public Information, situated in Tokyo, Japan, is happy to provide information and answers in response to questions from the media and other researchers.

Mr. Hirotsugu Terasaki, SGI's international spokesman, is available to give interviews and provide comments on issues related to SGI, its NGO activities, the Soka Gakkai and Nichiren Buddhism. He can also refer you to SGI spokespeople in other countries.

Please call us directly or send a mail to contact us and we will get back to you as quickly as we can.

SGI Headquarters

Josei Toda International Center
15-3 Samon-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan
160-0017
Tel: +81-3-5360-9811
Fax: +81-3-5360-9881
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Media Queries

Tel: +81-3-5360-9830
Fax: +81-3-5360-9885

SGI Centers Worldwide

Looking to contact an SGI center near you? Select your country/territory from the drop-down list below.

There are SGI members in 192 countries and territories while there are 94 registered constituent SGI organizations. Below is a list of SGI centers that are open to visitors. Other centers are not staffed and only open when there are activities. As such, they are unable to accept visitors and are not included in this list.

Country

Before sending us a message, please check the following FAQs:

  • Finding an SGI center

    Please check the directory page on the SGI website. If you cannot find a center in a particular country or region, then either there is no center or the center is not open to visitors. In some cases, information about additional centers which are staffed part-time is given on the website of SGI in that country.

  • SGI member relocating to another country

    If you are moving to another country and would like to get in touch with the SGI organization in your new location, please contact the national headquarters of your original SGI organization, before you leave if possible. They will assist you in making the necessary arrangements such as sending your name and contact information to the SGI organization in the country to which you are moving and issuing you a letter of introduction.

  • SGI member visiting another country

    Please contact your national SGI headquarters well in advance of your planned trip so that they can issue you with a letter of introduction and provide you with contact details as appropriate. For privacy reasons, we are not able to provide direct contacts with SGI members in other countries.

  • Obtaining a copy of the SGI Introductory DVD

    If you are an SGI member, please contact your SGI organization's national headquarters. For other interested parties, please send a message stating the reason for your request.

  • Obtaining a copy of "A Quiet Revolution"

    The environmental DVD "A Quiet Revolution" is available free of charge for educational purposes. A DVD containing English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese and Arabic versions is available from classixcommunications@yahoo.com

  • Accessing the SGI Quarterly

    The SGI is a nonprofit voluntary organization with headquarters in Japan which distributes the SGI Quarterly as part of its outreach program to introduce SGI activities and expert perspectives on peace, culture, society and education. It is presently distributed by mailing list to various libraries, universities and peace institutes around the world at no charge. Read the SGI Quarterly online and download a pdf version at http://www.sgiquarterly.org. Institutions or individuals who would like to be added to the SGI Quarterly's mailing list are requested to send a message via http://www.sgiquarterly.org/site_feedback.html.

  • Contacting SGI President Daisaku Ikeda

    Mr. Ikeda does not have an email address. Letters may be sent to him at the following address:

    SGI President Daisaku Ikeda
    SGI Headquarters
    Josei Toda International Center
    15-3 Samon-cho, Shinjuku-ku
    Tokyo 160-0017
    Japan

    In your letter, please remember to state your name, full address and other pertinent information, such as your local SGI organization if you are an SGI member.
    For information about Mr. Ikeda's life and achievements, please go to http://www.daisakuikeda.org.

If your message/request does not fall within one of the above categories, please contact us using the form below. All fields are required.

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