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‘Eko – Interconnected Origins’
 
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Tochiji Temple is holding an exhibit and supplementary programs to explore the idea of eko at the project space of P3 art and environment for three months from July 11th 2015. In them, eko will be examined and experienced from the six aspects of relaying, tying, weaving, resonating, connecting, and continuing through contemporary art, talks, live music and workshops.
 
Eko is a Buddhist concept, especially within the Mahayana tradition, about transferring merit that one has accumulated to others so that they might also benefit. A cyclical worldview, the very foundation upon which Tochiji is based, permeates the exhibit and the events around it.  

Tochoji has been a pioneer in exploring new roles for Buddhist temples. One example is its unique system of providing and managing graves in which it conducts regular memorial services for individuals who wish to have their own grave independent from traditional family graves or family temple base graves.  
 

Announcement of Tochoji’s new exhibit
‘Eko – Interconnected Origins’
 

Date: July 11 (Sat.) - October 12 (Mon.), 2015
Open: Every Monday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, July 14(Tue)-16(Thu), September 22(Tue)-24(Thu)
Hours: 11:00 - 17:00 *Friday and night during the event held open until 19:00
Closed: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, August 14(Fry.)- 17(Mon.)
Venue: P3 art and environment >>>Access
Admission: free
Sponcer: Tochoji Zen Temple
Planning and Production, Contact: P3 art and environment (e-mail joho@p3.org)

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