Tenrikyo Mission Center in Singapore is a non-profitable organization  originally registered in the Registry of Societies on May 5, 1971,  receiving the official permission to conduct missionary activities in  Singapore. The center was officially founded on April 18, 1972, and  since then its cultural section has been providing the people of  Singapore with various events and activities, introducing Japanese  language and lifestyles.

 We have created a membership system so  that we require all students to understand our organization’s policy and  thus become members. Members are able to participate in our activities,  including Japanese language courses, and also make use of our  facilities, whereby they will improve their Japanese skills as well as  seek a deeper understanding of Japanese culture. All lessons provided by  qualified and experienced native Japanese instructors.

 Please  join us in savoring the joy of learning and explore the future!

 Tenrikyo is a religion that is based on the teachings of Miki Nakayama  (1798-1887), founded on October 26, 1838. She received a divine  revelation from God the Parent, Tenri-O-no-Mikoto, and was settled as  the Shrine of God. Thereafter, Miki expounded the intention of God the  Parent for fifty years. The basic thrust was that humankind is created  with the purpose of living the Joyous Life. Its headquarters is located  in Tenri, Nara, Japan, and Tenrikyo has spread throughout Japan and  other countries. At present, there are about 2,000,000 followers and  more than 17,000 churches. Moreover, churches and mission centers have  been established in about 30 countries around the world.