Two news videos (in Japanese only) about Tenrikyo Nioigake Day were posted on the Tenrikyo Japanese website 10 days ago. Again, I apologize for the delay. Here is a translation of the narration of the first video:
Tenrikyo Nioigake Day was held between September 28 and 30, prompting followers throughout Japan to engage in dynamic missionary activities. The first day, the 28th, was designated as “head ministers roadside speech day.”
In Izu District, Shizuoka Diocese, roadside speeches were given at 13 train stations along the Izuhakone Railway Sunzu Line that runs through the district.
Participating head ministers repeatedly went from station to station sharing their personal experiences and illuminating the Tenrikyo teachings. They passed out leaflets to commuters at busy stations.
Followers later joined the head ministers in their rounds to give roadside speeches as well, providing further energy to the three-day missionary activity.
Here’s the translation of the second video narration:
Tenrikyo Nioigake Day was held between September 28 and 30, prompting followers throughout Japan to engage in dynamic missionary activities.
On September 29 and 30, members of Ishinomaki City District, Miyagi Diocese, visited survivors of the March 11 earthquake/tsunami who are now living in temporary housing facilities in the cities of Ishinomaki and Higashimatsushima.
Along with passing out leaflets, members of Ishinomaki City also distributed daily necessities collected at district churches to survivors who are still struggling to get by. Members were seen lending sympathetic ears as survivors shared their troubles and anxieties.
Related article (Japanese): http://www.tenrikyo.or.jp/jpn/?p=4187