Hinokishin Day across the World

This year’s Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day was observed at various locations in a number of countries by the end of May. On Oahu Island in Hawaii, for instance, 140 people engaged in clean-up hinokishin on May 4 at the Honolulu Zoo—which has been a Hinokishin Day site in Hawaii for the…

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Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day Observed

This year’s Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day was observed across Japan and overseas on April 29. The theme for this year was: “Now is a season for salvation: Let’s do hinokishin!” With a sense of gratitude in their minds, followers engaged in hinokishin at various places in their communities.   The Home of…

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80th Hinokishin Day Observed

Now in its 80th year, Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day was observed in Japan on April 29 under the slogan, “Gratitude, moderation, mutual help—Let’s express the teachings with our attitude.” Hinokishin Day has gone through many changes since it was first inaugurated in 1932. […]

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Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day Observed

This year’s Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day was held on April 29 and blessed with wonderful weather. The theme for this year was: “Overflowing with gratitude and radiating joy: Let’s do hinokishin.” Followers engaged in hinokishin at various historical sites, parks, and public facilities across Japan.

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Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day Observed

This year’s Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day was observed at 1,500 locations throughout Japan on April 29, which is a national holiday called “Greenery Day,” as well as at scores of locations in overseas countries, mostly on weekends in April and May. While hinokishin refers to daily actions that express one’s gratitude…

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