Click here, my interview on FT is just released.
Thanks to this article, I am happy that more people get interested in our challenge.
My challenge continues.
Last week, I have moved with family from Tokyo to Kyoto, the central city of traditional Buddhism in Japan.
This city is really special. We settled down very fast and are enjoying fascinating scenery and life here.
From here, I want to generate a wave of new temple management system and update Buddhist temples in Japan to create values to people and society based on Buddhism concepts.
I am really excited about my new journey. Keep an eye on it!
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.