The New Year’s celebration of the Kori Tenpukai was scheduled to be held on Sunday, the 17th, but it was hurried
Changed to “Memorial Service”. In fact, Dr. Kazue Fujita, the birth parent of Kori Tenpukai, passed away on New Year’s Day.
He was hospitalized on New Year’s Eve, passed away on New Year’s Day, had a wake on the 3rd, and had a funeral on the 4th.
He was 94 years and 9 months old at the time of his death, but since he had no children, his closest family members were his nieces and nephews, so he had to do most of his work at the Tenpukai.
He was far busier than his own parents were. So, we changed the celebration to a party for the remembrance and had a lot of Tenpou members attend.
We were able to hold an honorable memorial service.
The following Monday is the first meeting of the new year for Funaba Rotary. We usually meet for an hour at 12:30 noon, but
The commemorative meeting-esque stuff will be in the evening. So to say, let’s celebrate with a drink and a puff. So, yesterday’s venue was.
Round Cross Shinsaibashi along Midosuji Street.
It is located on the 13th floor of the building, but it was originally built as an art museum, and the ceiling is twice as high as usual.
A tearoom and a Japanese garden were also built on the side. It was an enjoyable New Year’s meeting because we had tea from Omotesenke before the meeting.
Among other things, there was good news in my seat. As a matter of fact, in the first speech of the president, he lamented the current low birthrate and aging population, and said, “Can’t we do something about it, gentlemen? I’m a little out of my league, but…
The certain president of the youngest who was sitting next to the place where I had just heard the story that I didn’t understand like I understood and scolded you and lamented.
“Machan, on the 13th, our second child was born…
“What! That’s really… yeah.
Anyway, congratulations,” he said in a single, boisterous voice. I became as happy as I was about myself.
I pulled him out and went to Kitashinchi after the regular meeting. It was a pleasant and exhilarating New Year’s meeting, even though we went home in the morning.
Today, I’m listening to the president’s lecture at Shinjinjuku, and tomorrow I’m in Tokyo. I’m busy with the New Year’s party and greetings.
This year, we’re going to be very busy with our cash flow.