2020/10/06 - 13:21
The tomb is an important place for generations of clan to sleep. At the same time, it will be a place where you and your family will sleep at some point.
2020/10/06 - 13:17
The grave is a place where the clan sleeps for the Japanese, and it also has a meaning as a place for the clan. In recent years, many families do not have graves, but even so, they cannot be free from "graves".
2020/10/06 - 12:43
Sudden funeral, I'm confused about what to do. If you are the mourner or the bereaved family, you will be wondering what to start with.
2020/10/06 - 12:33
Obon is originally the "Urabone". It is said that this is abbreviated as "Obon". It is said that the importance of filial piety and ancestor filial piety, and that those who cherish their parents and ancestors can go to the Paradise Pure Land. There is an
2020/10/06 - 07:55
Funerals, commuting, and farewell ceremonies. These are the words you hear when your relatives and acquaintances die. Even those who have never been involved in a funeral will probably know the meaning of these terms. Even if you don't know the detailed m
2020/10/06 - 07:52
A funeral is something that can be called "unusual" in any home. The case where a relative always dies and the funeral must be held ten or twenty times a year is a very rare case. Certainly, you may receive a notice of attending a funeral from another hou
2020/10/06 - 07:42
The most common funeral in Japan is the Buddhist funeral. When a family member dies and rushes to the funeral shop, the funeral shop will prepare for the Buddhist funeral unless otherwise stated. Buddhist funeral
2020/10/06 - 07:34
The must-have items for visiting a grave are beads, flowers, and water. You need incense sticks and candles, and depending on the region, you may bring customary foods such as dumplings, green soybeans, and vegetables to the grave. These are standard item
2020/10/06 - 07:23
Funerals cannot be perfectly prepared in advance because of the death of a person. The moment you hear the news of your relatives is the starting point for funeral preparation.
2020/10/06 - 07:18
Visiting a grave is an important event that honors ancestors and strengthens family unity.
Of course, visiting the grave is not compulsory, and there may be other events that strengthen unity. It can be said that it is an event to strengthen the unity of