Everything But Nirvana: The Authentic Leadership Journey of a Japanese Buddhist, Shoukei MATSUMOTO

I miss Bollywood!


Though I am Buddhist priest, I am married and have a child.
It's very common for Buddhist priests to get married in Japan.

Both I and my wife love India so much that I chose ISB, a famous business school in India, when I went to study MBA.
(I will write about why I got MBA in another article)
We named my son Koga, which means Ganga in Japanese.

We lived in Hyderabad India for a year.
Since then, Ganga can eat spicy curry as much spicy as one for adults.

Even in Japan, we often miss India.

Today, we watched a movie of Salman Kahn (my wife bought his DVD at Indian shop in Tokyo).
During dance scenes, Ganga danced with joy.
I want him to practice Bollywood dance.
If anybody knows good Bollywood dance class in Tokyo, please let me know :-)


In contrast, different kinds of dance performance are developing in Japan.
As my Indian friends may enjoy, I show you one :)

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>>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.