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Minato Unesco Association

Shall We ZAZEN?

Zazen practice organized by Minato UNESCO Association

● Date
Nov 22, 2021(Monday)

● Place
4-7, Atago 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo (See map)
Established in 1476. Moved to the current place at the beginning of Edo Shogunate. One of key temples of the Soto-shu school (ZehBuddhism).

● Instructor
Zen priest
Mukan Kamada

● Language:
Zazen is explained only in Japanese.

● Capacity: 16
(Reduced from the previous 40 due to the pandemic)

● Reminder for the participants:
Please show your「Certificate of Vaccination for COVID-19」.
“Please wear a mask,” and dress casually to avoid crowdedness in the locker room (which is set up for women and men.) Remove your socks, wrist watch and jewelry before entering the main hall.

● Fee:
Free for member of Minato UNESCO Associa­tion, 500Yen for other participants.

● Dress:
No special clothes are required but best to choose something loose and comfortable. However, please refrain from the use of bright colors, distracting jewelry, perfume etc.

● Sitting ZAZEN:
Sitting is usually on a cushion. There are also a limited number of chairs available.

●To protect yourself from COVIC-19
Please wear mask safety, and sanitize your hands and take your temperature at the entrance.

● Organizer:
Minato UNESCO Association. in collaboration with SEISHOJI-Temple

● Registration:
Minato UNESCO Association

How to apply.
Please apply via HP from Nov.11,Thursday at 10am to Nov.19,Friday at noon.

For registration and inquiries: Minato UNESCO Association, 16-3 Shimbashi 3-Chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Click here for applications and inquiries.
Tel : 03-3434-2300
Open:10:00 to 17:00, Tuesday through Friday (closed on national holidays)