Receiving your Gohonzon is one of the most important moments in the life of a Buddhist person. I will dedicate an entire post to it.
Meanwhile, here is a useful document that shows the meaning of the characters on the scroll.
As I was looking for it I found countless pictures of Gohonzon scrolls, and I wanted to use this post to point out something. A Gohonzon is an object of devotion. When we are not chanting, it should be protected by the Butsudan and it should not, for any reason, be reproduced on picture or film. It's just not respectful.
This map refers to the Nichikan Shonin Gohonzon, the one that was generously donated to the Soka Gakkai.
Disclaimer. I did not create this wonderful handout. If you happen to know who is the Bodhisattva of the Earth who made it, please give them my thanks and let me know, so I can credit them.
Below is the embedded PDF file and a link to download it.