Gentle Mugi’s Vet said, “He Can Only Live a Few More Days”

New York, N.Y. There is a dog called Mugi that Keiko Aoki really loves very much. The first Mugi-chan died when Rocky Aoki was still alive. So the next day, Rocky said to Keiko, “I’ll bring you the same one.” The second Mugi-chan  was a  Wheaton Terrier male, and it wasn’t a female like Mugi-chan before. Mugi-chan #2 has been alive for 14 and a half years now. When it is said that it is 14 and a half years, it is about 82 years old in my age if it is a human being.


I haven’t seen the dog for twelve years since Rocky died. One day, when I met him Mugi, he remembered me so much and I was surprised. Mugi was so happy that his tail wagged and wagged. Mugi did not want to leave me. Keiko said, “This dog is abnormal,” and a tumor was found in Mugi-chan’s spleen.

It’s a spleen tumor, very large, and I treated it aggressively every day for a little over a week or so and it became smaller. I have gone to Keiko’s place every day to treat Makoto, and I every day I have used Dr. Kazuko’s thermothermia made with patented far-infrared waves and terahertz waves.

Keiko was afraid Mugi-chan was in his last days, so she decided to take the ceremony hall and did a lot of things, but Mugi was able to eat rice because of my treatment and Keiko’s love.


The vet said, “He can only live a few more days,” but that was three weeks ago. So Keiko said, “This might be the last time,” and this time they went to the countryside which was Mugi-chan’s favorite. I also went because I should have something for him. Then, I became very tired by the treatment of Mugi chan every day.

There is a white little female dog named Kome-chan, Mugi-chan’s partner, who can flatter people and is loved by everyone. Even if she’s tiny, I think Kome-chan is always together with Mugi-chan, cheering him up. Mugi-chan was no longer able to stand up, but now he can stand up and walk like me.  Mugi-chan is a very lucky dog. I meditate every day believing that Mugi-chan will live a longer life for Keiko.

Gratitude Gassho. Kazuko Ryumura


















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About Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura

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Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura
Dr. Kazuko was born into a distinguished old family in Kyoto, Japan, and graduated from Toho conservatory of Music in Tokyo. In 1961 she came to U.S. as a pianist sponsored by the Boston Symphony. She studied at Boston University, New York University, and received her Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine from New York State University and the International Academy of Education in Tokyo. From 1968 to 1992, she promoted cultural exchanges from East to West and vice versa, and became a world famous impresario, producing 2,000 events each year all over the world encompassing over 140 countries. In this connection, in 1972, she went to Dharamsala to find the lost Tibetan Folk Opera, and met His Holiness the Dalai Lama, with whom she remains a lifelong friend. In 1973 and 1991 she arranged and funded personally the tours of the Folk Opera of Tibet to the West. She has received many medals and honors from different countries. Her tireless life long work in Philanthropic field is vast and well known ranging from Save the Beacon Theater, Save the Boat People, Help the Homeless, natural disasters of earthquakes and tsunamis, as well as relief to AIDS and HIV positive children in Africa. She has been a dedicated Board Member to both the J. Luce Foundation and Orphans International for years. Her work focuses on the Tibetan people; Tibetan children remain especially strong in her heart. She raised fund for the new academic building for Manjushree Orphanage in Tawang, India and supported many aspects of the school. See HuffPo pieces entitled Japanese Holistic Healer in NYC to Build School for Tibetan Orphans in India, A Japanese Dinner with Raul Castro’s Daughter, and NYC Gala in Support of Tibetan Orphans Set for January.

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