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Celebrating Ryo-chan’s Shichigosan in Tenkawa

New York, N.Y. God of performing arts, Tenkawa Shrine Celebrating Ryo-chan’s Shichigosan in Tenkawa My grandDAUGHTER was 3 years old on July 15th, so I went to Japan for 753 on June 9th. I was asked to do TRADITIONAL CEREMONY FOR HER for the Tenkawa Shrine in Nara, which I am always taking care of. […]

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Vienna: Mrs. Reagan and the ‘Just Say No’ Campaign (76)

New York, N.Y. In my last column, I wrote the operetta performance, but when I was planning this performance, I was contacted by Mrs. Reagan’s office. At that time, it was a social issue that children could easily get out of drugs to distract them, and Mrs. Reagan was trying to run a famous drug eradication […]

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In Wein, the Moving Performance Known as Vienna Operetta

New York, N.Y. Vienna operetta moving performance Vienna, the Austrian capital, has a special feeling. Known as the capital of music all over the world, it has been commended as a person who has contributed to the artistic development of Vienna and has received a gold medal named Gold Medal of Cultural Merit. I am […]

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Budapest: Reunion with My 50-Year-Old Friend Beata (Part B)

A Journey in Budapest Reminds Me of the Past New York, N.Y. When I walk in the city I’m traveling to, I remember the various jobs I’ve done so far. For example, in Poland, I think that something like this happened here, and I invited Tomashewski for that. However, IN BUDAPEST, I remembered what I was […]

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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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O-Ring Test Hyperthermia and O-ring Test Flying to the World

New York, N.Y. From October 24th to 27th, Dr. Yasuhiro Shimotsura, a famous O-ring test from Japan, will also participate in the 3rd Dr. Kazuko World Thermal Conference held in Aguascalientes, Mexico from October 24th to 27th. Professor Shimotsura gave the first lecture in South America about the O-ring. Great and delighted to all, I decided […]

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115 – Summer 1945 – Part B (TSU MOMI BELOW)

New York, N.Y. 115 The next night, relatives who survived the air raid arrived. They tied their broken legs and arms to sticks, their clothes were worn out in tatters, and the smell of their burnt bodies was horrifying and smelly. Everyone WAS cried. CRTING That night, the whole of Osaka was burned down, and […]

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Real Genius, Brilliantly Shining: My Story of Michael Jackson

New York, N.Y. In the late 1960’s I was committed to stop the destruction of the Beacon Theater. It was a cultural gem on the Upper West Side of Manhattan that had to be saved. One day, I received a call from Mr. Moskowitz asking me to come to his office. I met a manager […]

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