Tag Archives: Dr. Kazuko

Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura’s Column in Japan’s Weekly Biz

New York, N.Y. In 2017, the distinguished Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura began to publish a weekly series of essays in the Japanese language publication Weekly Biz. A translation of these appears here in The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness. His Holiness the Dalai Lama with friend Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura, in 1972. ∞Vol. 99: http://www.stewardshipreport.com/dr-kazuko-vol-99/ ∞Vol. 98: http://www.stewardshipreport.com/dr-kazuko-vol-98/ […]

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Mexico’s Day of the Dead Reminds Me of Japan’s Bon Festival, Halloween

New York, N.Y. In August, almost all Japanese people have a Bon Festival. The souls of those who died earlier will be called back into the world. Families get together during the Obon holidays after everyone has returning to the ancestral village. There, the dead will talk to the family and even enjoy special meals with their families. A family prepares for […]

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Onnetsu: Medical Conferences from the Netherlands to Mexico

Amsterdam. This summer, I presented the keynote speech at the International Conference on Cancer Science & Stem Cell Research, held in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. I was pleased my talk was well received. Here in Amsterdam, we had a very fruitful meeting with doctors who want to utilize my Onnetsu thermotherapy. My lectures are popular with many international academic societies. As a result, I am invited to […]

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In Dubai: Travelling Around World, Explaining Research Results

Abu Dhabi, Dubai. Finishing the Conference on Alternative Medicine in Abu Dhabi, the other day, I went to the desert city of Dubai, one of the famous cities in the United Arab Emirates. There was a conference on holistic medicine there – The Sixth World Summit on Cancer Research & Therapy — and I was invited as a […]

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All Children Born in this World are Treasures of the Universe

Need For Comprehensive Facility In Japan Where One Can Learn About The Heart New York, N.Y. I am thinking recently about ‘How to Raise Children.’ I have only one daughter and at the busiest times of the past I juggled both parenting and work. Now that I have a granddaughter, I have some thoughts about parenting again. And I […]

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Celebrating Hina-Matsuri and Osekku: Japanese Childrens’ Festivals

New York, N.Y. If you are watching a Japanese TV program on NHK called Don’t be Beaten by Chiko-chan, then the words “Ohina-sama” and “Dairi-sama” are wrong, and “Ohina-sama” means the whole thing of this festival. That’s right. I have remembered from the time when I was little girl, the prince was right and the princess […]

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Kodō: Working with Pierre Cardin to Bring Japanese Drum Art to the World

New York, N.Y. There is a great group in Japan called “Kodō” (鼓童), a group that based on folk culture of the island of Sado with performances of Japanese drums and dances. But before this group was created, there was a drum group called Ondekoza (鬼太鼓座)  — “the demon drum group” — is a taiko drum troupe whose members became the group“Kodō.” […]

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Stepping Back in Time: Becoming 12-Layered Princess of Heian Period

New York, N.Y. I had an interesting experience this New Year: I dressed up, wearing twelve layers of royal costume and transformed myself into a Heian-era princess! Where I went was a long-standing store called “Iyaka” in Fushimi, Kyoto, which is used to make costumes for shrines and our Imperial court. The costumes are woven from silk […]

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