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June 13, 2018

Buddhist Friends There Hope to “Survive and Listen to Buddhism.”

Tohoku district is now struggling to rise from the great earthquake. Missionaries and video lecturers are not only delivering relief supplies to the disaster victims but trying their best to bring honey dr...

May 20, 2018

I didn’t have much experience flying before I came to Los Angeles. Once my flight to Japan took a long time to take off due to bad weather. My arrival time in Tokyo was 10:30 pm. If the flight were to be delayed, I would have to miss the last train and as a result woul...

February 28, 2018

Recently when I was flying on a long distance international flight I had a stopover in San Francisco on my way to Los Angeles. Most times I get a direct flight to LA, but this time I was unable to get this schedule, so a stop-over in San Francisco was necessary. Of cou...

February 27, 2018

Thirty thousand, six hundred and fifty one. This is the number of people who committed suicide last year in Japan. I was almost going to be counted as one of the persons who had committed suicide. I received a flier and thanks to Master Shinran and Takamori-sensei, I a...

February 18, 2018

Testimonial at the Youth Convention

A Person with the Fragrance of Buddhism

What I Experienced in Mexico and Canada

Six years ago after graduating university, I started working as a ceramics maker. At present, I’m involved with industrial technology and I often go on shor...

February 10, 2018

On August 6th, 1945, when the atomic bomb was dropped in Hiroshima for the first time in history, Michio Mishima (89, pictured) was only two kilometers away from ground zero. “I heard that a B29 had come, so I went into the building to get binoculars. Then suddenly a f...