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Article from Mikame-sensei

Hello, everyone! I am Etsuko Mikame. I am the new Kaikyoshi Minister assigned to the San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin. I have

Article from Mikame-sensei2019-09-05T01:11:09-08:00

Welcome Mikame Sensei

G Sakamoto At long last Reverend Etsuko Mikame has arrived. Our hopes that she would arrive sooner probably made the wait seem

Welcome Mikame Sensei2019-09-05T01:05:57-08:00

President’s Message – Sept 2019

If you have visited the temple recently, you will see a happy new face.  Reverend Etsuko Mikame finally arrived in San Jose

President’s Message – Sept 20192019-09-05T01:04:58-08:00

President’s Message – August

President’s Message Can you believe it?  All the preparation and anticipation that started back in March and in a blink of an

President’s Message – August2019-08-01T11:47:28-08:00

August – Natto

Natto G Sakamoto The world can easily be divided into three populations; those who like natto, those who don’t like natto and

August – Natto2019-08-01T11:46:10-08:00

Betsuin Board Highlights – June 2019

Betsuin Board Highlights San Jose Betsuin Board of Directors Meetings Thursday June 06, 2019  submitted by Joyce Iwasaki   Mission Statement The

Betsuin Board Highlights – June 20192019-06-26T17:03:05-08:00

Presidents Message – July

It’s that time again for the annual Obon season.  There have been several Obon planning meetings already completed.  As you know, these

Presidents Message – July2019-06-25T13:20:45-08:00

July: Obon Festival

Obon Festival G Sakamoto Obon will soon be upon us. Preparations for the Obon festival have been underway for months. During the

July: Obon Festival2019-06-25T13:10:56-08:00

June: Congratulations Graduates

Congratulations Graduates G Sakamoto Congratulations to all the graduates! Finally, after all your hard work, you have completed an important part of

June: Congratulations Graduates2019-05-28T22:56:44-08:00

Presidents Message – June 2019

Presidents Message I was told the meaning of “Arigatai” in Japanese is to be grateful and showing gratitude. It’s similar to “arigato”

Presidents Message – June 20192019-05-28T22:56:00-08:00