In this research, psychological conflicts of the parents of adolescents in Hikikomori and the meaning of their spiritual experiences in those conflicts are to be studied. The purpose of this research is to understand the meaning and essential structure of the psychological conflicts and spiritual experiences of the parents of adolescents in Hikikomori by using a phenomenological research approach among several qualitative research methods and to provide basic data to help them. Seven parents of adolescents in Hikikomori participated in this research. A conclusion was drawn by applying phenomenological research method of Giorgi. The psychological conflicts and spiritual experiences of the parents of adolescents in Hikikomori can be categorized into 6 components, 21 sub-components, and 53 abridged units of meaning in this research. The six components are as follows: “shock, distress and confusion caused by the seclusion of the children,” “becoming exhausted by degrees,” “the waning hope,” “the plummeting faith of mine,” “grasping the hands of God at the bottom of the pain,” and “God’s love recovering me.” Through this research, the psychological conflicts and spiritual experiences of the parents of adolescents in Hikikomori were revealed. Also, I came to understand the importance of support to relieve them of difficulties and exhaustion. I expect this research to make a contribution to developing christian counseling approaches and several programs for helping those parents of adolescents in Hikikomori.