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Disaster Relief Info Via Google Images Search

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Japan, Tenrikyo Links May 24, 2011

A little over a week ago, I did some searching via Google Images with selected key terms. Although I didn’t necessarily really find what I was searching for, I am presenting here a sample of articles and blogs I had stumbled upon in the process. While all the sites below are in Japanese, I felt […]

Keigo Morishita Part 5 – “I Want Them to Feel It in Their Bones”

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Faith Experience May 18, 2011

This is the final part of five in a translated interview article between the Arakitoryo newsletter and America’s Pioneer of Tenrikyo, Keigo Morishita. Please the previous posts, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4, if you missed them! This part in the series covers Morishita\’s thoughts and advice in doing missionary work in the United States.

The Shinbashira Meets with Survivors and Hinokishin Corps Members

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Japan, Tenrikyo Links May 14, 2011

On May 5, the Shinbashira, Zenji Nakayama, visited affected areas in Fukushima and Ibaraki prefectures to give encouragement to survivors of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in addition to those who were participating in relief efforts. This was his third visit to areas affected by the March 11 disaster. He visited Ibaraki Diocese Office in […]

More Disaster Relief News Videos

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Japan, Tenrikyo Links May 10, 2011

Posting links to three Doyusha videos. (Sorry, videos only in Japanese. Translation of the narration provided below.) Disaster Relief in Inawashiro-machi: Disaster Relief Hinokishin Corps (DRHC) members belonging to Tenrikyo Young Men’s Association Headquarters were dispatched to Inawashiro-machi, Fukushima Prefecture, between April 13 and 23. They cooperated with members of Fukushima Diocese DRHC to serve […]

Kaishow Caravan to Sendai Begins

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Japan May 6, 2011

A Tenrikyo follower in Hawaii, Tomohito \”Kaishow\” Kaisho, had decided that he wanted to help those in Sendai. Friends from the Stamina Ramen shop in Tenri City planned to go to Sendai and cook and serve 2,000 bowls of Stamina Ramen for the people in Sendai. As he explained, \”We\’ll just drive around and when we see people, we\’ll stop, play music, and cook ramen.\” He will be departing tomorrow.