A Talk on "Directions for a Society in Population Decline" featuring Prof. Hiroi, Prof. Shaku and Mr. Hirakawa was Held
Prof. Yoshinori Hiroi, Prof. Tesshu Shaku (chief priest of Jodo Shinshu Honganji-ha Nyorai-ji, Soai University), and Mr. Katsumi Hirakawa (writer) held a public talk entitled, “Directions for a society in population decline: The future of communities, religion, and businesses” on July 19, 2018.
Prof. Shaku is widely recognized as a lecturer from the 2017 Kyoto Kokoro Initiative International Symposium, as the author of books about Buddhism and ways of living. Mr. Hirakawa is the author of many books discussing the current situation of Japan and society and offering multi-faceted proposals for the future, such as Transitional Confusion, Recommendations for Small Businesses, and Elliptical Fantasies of the 21st Century. With a focus on societies experiencing population decline, the speakers discussed a wide range of points regarding the relationship between society and the individual, (e.g., forms of religion and personal awareness).
Date：7/19/2018（Thus.）19：00～（Open at 18：20）
Venue：Square Ebara １F at the Event hall（4-5-28 Ebara, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)
Event Information https://ameblo.jp/tonarimachicafe/entry-12381565990.html