Natural-Burial “Private photography” 自然葬・散骨


「自然葬の方法」のすべてが分かるページ↓ 私自身が母の遺骨を私有地に散骨しました。 通常葬式には200万円以上のぼったくりとも言える費用が必要です。 しかし自治体の市民葬・区民葬などを利用した上で、 最後に遺族自身の手で火葬後の遺骨を砕骨して、 「許可を得た土地」に散骨すれば20万以内でも可能です。 ______

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12 Thoughts on “Natural-Burial “Private photography” 自然葬・散骨

  1. Haku92292 on May 22, 2012 at 9:02 pm said:

    Actually, American education standards are far lower than in Japan. We believe that Japan is the smartest country in the world. Your in school much longer than us, and your education system is more advanced.

  2. HouzanSuzuki on May 22, 2012 at 9:14 pm said:

    It was about 3 years.
    Just before go back to my country I spoke English without any problemt.

    However, when I went back to Japan, because Japanese study was too too difficult for me, I forgot all the English.
    Japan and an American elementary school had a gap of education in those days. I think that there is not a gap now.
    Maybe now it is India that “a level of mathematics education” is most highest.

  3. Haku92292 on May 22, 2012 at 10:01 pm said:

    Americans tend to believe many asian people are Chinese. How long did you live in the US/ By the way, your Mother seemed to be a very respectable and talented woman. HEr calligraphy is very beautiful too sensei.^^

  4. HouzanSuzuki on May 22, 2012 at 10:52 pm said:


  5. NakamuraMondo08 on May 22, 2012 at 11:14 pm said:


  6. benelliman on May 22, 2012 at 11:41 pm said:

    That was very touching.

  7. HouzanSuzuki on May 22, 2012 at 11:58 pm said:


    Thank you.
    Natural-Burial is not general in Japan yet.
    Although there was the grave, my mother always hoped for Natural-Burial.

    Therefore I examined about Natural-Burial already when a mother lived.
    I investigated about a issue of Japan law and a real method.
    As a result, the story of real Natural-Burial of mother became in the pamphlet which I wrote.
    It was read by a lot of people.

    Both I and a wife hope for Natural-Burial too.
    It is the best for bone to return to the nature.

  8. erniesbudolab on May 23, 2012 at 12:39 am said:

    Sensei, your mother was a beautiful person and a talented calligrapher. I’m sure the tree you planted will prosper.

  9. HouzanSuzuki on May 23, 2012 at 1:14 am said:



  10. HouzanSuzuki on May 23, 2012 at 1:17 am said:


    When I(our family) lived in America, my mother was always mistaken for a Spanish.
    On the other hand, I was always made a mistake in as a Chinese by people(~_~)
    Those days, I did not enter a Japanese school in America.
    There were only two Orientals in about 1000 all the students.

    It was1964. Now, the school still exists.
    A few pieces of my story of those days are written in a comment column of next my video.


  11. HouzanSuzuki on May 23, 2012 at 1:34 am said:


    She was a very pure Japanese lady.
    Therefore she left a lot of Kimonos as a memento.

    I did a part of the cloth in material of a case of Shuriken.

    And our mother had teacher license of Japanese-Calligraphy(Sho-do).
    Therefore I watched a beautiful character of a mother since the childish time and I grew.

  12. HouzanSuzuki on May 23, 2012 at 2:04 am said:


    Because it was sudden cerebral hemorrhage, she did not feel pain at all.
    She was away from the body after 36 hours since she broke down.

    But it was the 4 hour front than hour of death of medicine that she was away from the body.
    I watched her very interesting death bed scene.
    Of course, nurse and other doctor can not look the interesting scene.

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