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2020/10/07 08:41:39 Grave

Dispose of the grave! ?? What is a "grave"?

Do you have the impression that the grave is of an ancestral generation?

Certainly, there is a famous proposal word, "Enter the same grave," and the great-grandfather is next to the grandparents, the grandparents are next to the parents, and then the same orange grave in the form of yourself and your spouse. It is not uncommon to protect and enter the same grave.

However, in recent years, the way of thinking about such graves has changed.

From the thought that the grave will be cherished for generations, the thought is "It is difficult to manage the grave", "Isn't it okay if there is no separate grave?", "I want to consider a permanent memorial service".

In the old days, not only graves, but when someone died, the funeral was basically done exactly.

In addition to funerals, I have the impression that "I was spending more time on graves" than in modern times, such as ceremonies such as memorial services and grave management.

However, in modern society, working styles are diversifying, and even if you want to spend time on the grave, it becomes a burden on your life.

In anticipation of this, some local governments include grave cleaning in their hometown tax refunds!

Also, even if you want to manage the grave, information sharing about the grave does not go well between parents and children, and the grave is forgotten and left unattended.

Management of the grave is difficult. I live far away and can't even visit the grave. We are considering a permanent memorial service. I don't want to be caught in the shape of a grave. If you are such a person, why don't you consider "grave grave" neatly?

I will explain one end form called "grave".

reference

https://www.furusato-tax.jp/japan/prefecture/item_detail/22306/10194

The grave is to fold the grave!

The grave is "cleaning up the grave" and means "folding the grave properly" and "ending the grave".

There is a word in the world to "fold a business".

You all know what this word means.

In order to end the business that has been steadily expanding in scale until now, in order to end it on your own behalf, dispose of extra goods and equipment, cancel the lease contract of the business establishment, and notify the relevant government office.

Sometimes a commercial registration may be necessary.

Closing a business by completing various procedures is called "closing the business".

Imagine a "grave" in the same way.

It has been a grave that has been protected for generations, but it is difficult to manage the grave. At that time, the grave is to "fold the grave" by interacting with the reien or temple where the grave is located.

It is difficult to manage the grave, and even if you think that you do not need a grave for your own generation, the grave is located on the site of a reien or temple, so if you do not need it, you have to finish it completely. You will be in trouble. In recent years, the management and neglect of graves, which is not a problem of vacant houses, has become a big problem.

It may not be the grave you wanted, but it was made by your ancestors hoping that your descendants could use it, so if you don't need it, decorate it with endless beauty.

Then, from here, I will explain the specific method of graves.

Do you want to move it? Do you lose it? Let's think from there first

First of all, there are two ways to go to the grave, depending on the subsequent flow.

One is to "close the grave and move the grave to another reien or temple."

The other method is to "close the grave and make it a permanent memorial service (move to a communal graveyard and do not have a grave)".

The procedure flow changes depending on which option you take, and the required procedures also increase or decrease.

However, changing the flow of procedures does not mean that it will change dramatically.

Considering the former method, if you do not prepare a new grave in advance at the reien or temple you are relocating to, you will not be able to move.

In addition, you must ask the manager of the reien or temple you are relocating to give your consent.

You can't decide on your own and "move".

In the latter case, you must talk to the tombs and reiens that are also offering permanent memorial services, obtain their consent, and complete the necessary procedures.

Instead of suddenly bringing your bones and "please", let's complete the necessary procedures before the grave is closed.

Let's take a look at the procedure of the grave in the process of getting consent from the reien, the temple, the temple that is holding the memorial service for a long time, and the procedure that should be done first by the other party.

Offer a grave to the manager of the temple or reien where the grave is currently located
Are the graves ready at the new location? Check again if the procedure is okay
Ask for a memorial service with eyes closed and leave the temple
Bone in the new grave, end the old grave

The flow of the grave is roughly in the order of 1 to 4.

However, it is also necessary to report to the government, so if it is difficult to report to the temple or government that is currently a Danish family, it is one way to ask a lawyer to act for the procedure. It's a hand.

You can ask a lawyer, but you can also ask an administrative scrivener if you are only acting on behalf of the procedure.

What is a memorial service with eyes closed and a banquet? Do you do any ritual?

You will also need a "burial certificate" and "reburial permit" to move to a new grave. It is better to ask the place where you apply for the grave, or the reiens and temples that you have taken care of so far.

In addition to these proofs, a small ritual is required to complete the grave.

The funeral has already been completed, so it does not mean that you should have a funeral at that temple to move to another place.

Of particular note is step 3.

There are the words closed-eye memorial service and detachment.

A memorial service with eyes closed is a ritual to remove the souls of ancestors who died from the grave.

It is an indispensable ritual for the grave because there is an idea that the grave itself has a soul.

Ridan is not a special ritual, but rather thank the administrator who has managed the tomb until now and give him a donation.

If it is a reien managed by the local government, it may be strange to give the donation to the local government.

However, if you are a Buddhist priest at a temple and have the grave managed at the temple, it is common to give as much as the amount of donation per ritual.

The market price is about 10,000 to 50,000 yen for a memorial service with eyes closed, and about 100,000 yen for a donation.

reference

http://www.city.yokohama.lg.jp/konan/koseki/botiiten.html

Finally

Do not use the grave. I want to move it to another place. If management is inconvenient, it is important not to leave it alone and to finish it properly.

If left unattended, temples and reiens will not be able to use the location of their tombs, and if left unattended, they will be all-you-can-eat.

If you don't use it, don't use it and close it in the form of "end", isn't it one of your responsibilities?

Nowadays, not only burial but also funerals are appearing in various forms according to the times. It may be necessary to change the memorial service according to the lifestyle, rather than being caught up in the strictness of having to do this.