After going dentist in the morning, I passed Apple store Ginza in Tokyo. It was the day just after Steve Jobs passed away. Many flowers and message cards were put at the entrance.?
And a stiff cleaning guy, who is in charge of cleaning the main street in Ginza, was wondering whether he should remove those stuffs on the street.
In the afternoon, I attended a conference for managers of religious institution. The conference was presented by staffs from government and I guess half of audience was Buddhist monks. I am sorry but the presentation was not much helpful. So I skipped last half program and went back to my temple.
Shoukei MATSUMOTO >>Profile Born in 1979 in Hokkaido, after the graduation from The University of Tokyo, Keisuke Matsumoto has worked in Komyoji Temple Tokyo for 7 years. As a head of Young Buddhist Association of Komyoji Temple, he launched new initiatives like Temple Cafe Project and Twilight Music Festival. After studying MBA in India, he is teaching "Temple Management" in Japan.