- Jinrui Aizenkai = Universal Love and Brotherhood Association = ULBA (http://www.jinruiaizenkai.jp/)
Jinrui Aizenkai ( Universal Love and Brotherhood Association—ULBA ) is an organization which promotes a spiritual movement to strive to bring about world peace and the happiness of all people on this planet, without discrimination based on race, nationality, religion, or belief.
(japanese)Store for books and liturgical utensils of Oomoto.
(japanese)Association for guidance and practice of agricultural methods according to Oomoto’s teachings. They also sell natural foods free from genetic engineered products.
- St. John the Divine – NYC(http://www.stjohndivine.org/)
Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, where Oomoto held an art exhibition in 1975. Ever since then we cherish a friendship and joint efforts for interfaith activities
- The Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota(http://www.episcopalmn.org/)
Oomoto sent a youth delegation in 1998, and they celebrated a joint prayer service with the Bishop and the Cathedral clergies.
- Sheikh Ahmad Kuftaro’s website(http://www.kuftaro.org/)
Grand mufti of Syria, a muslim friend of Oomoto.
- THE CAODAISM(http://www.caodai.com.vn/en/)
- The Baha’i World — Official Site of the Baha’i Faith(http://www.bahai.org/)
- International Network for Life Studies(http://www.lifestudies.org/)
Site of Dr. Masahiro Morioka, a professor at Osaka Prefecture University.
- Aikido Journal Online(http://www.aikidojournal.com/)
- Stanford Home Page:Welcome to Stanford University(http://www.stanford.edu/)
An Oomoto youth delegation conducted cultural presentations, called “Japanese evening”, in 1996.
- Ohio Wesleyan University Online(http://www.owu.edu/)
An Oomoto youth delegation conducted cultural presentations and joint prayers in 1998.
Friends of Oomoto
- Patricia Ryan’s Winter 2000 Home Page(http://www.stanford.edu/~patryan/Welcome.html)
Patricia Ryan’s Winter 2000 Home Page — One of the alumni of the Oomoto School of Traditional Japanese Arts, director of “Friends of Oomoto”.
Local Home Pages
- KAMEOKA-CITY HOME PAGE(http://www.city.kameoka.kyoto.jp/foreign/english/index.html)
The city where one of Oomoto’s sacred grounds is located.
- KYOTO Prefecture WWW Service(http://www.pref.kyoto.jp/en/index.html)
The prefecture where one of Oomoto’s sacred grounds is located.