We are a community of friends in the fifth year of practicing mindfulness in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh and Plum Village, in the heart of Tokyo, and in Kanagawa.
We welcome everyone to join our mindfulness practice of total relaxation, sitting, walking, singing,..etc and monthly recitation of the Five Mindfulness Trainings in the tradition of Plum Village. The practices are simple, easy, yet deep and lovely.
5PM- Let's go and breathe with the art installation "Breathing Flower " @ Nihon-maru Memorial Park :)
If you have a comfortable zafu (a cushion for sitting meditation), feel free to bring with you . (We have flat zabuton cushions and stools you can use)
We recommend wearing comfortable clothes for sitting and lying down.
OSARAGI JIRO MEMORIAL MUSEUM
113 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
The easiest way to come to the Harbor View Park and Osaragi Jiro Memorial Museum is from America Yama Koen, the rooftop park of the Motomachi Chukagai station, Minato Miral Line. It is directly accessible by elevator or escalator from #6 exit. It is a charming short walk along Yokohama Foreign General Cemetry. Enjoy every step :)
About Osaragi Jiro Memorial Museum (Yokohama Visitors' Guide)
Takinogawa Bunka Kaikan
Room 404 (Washitsu)
1-23-3 Nishigahara, Kita-ku, Tokyo, 〒114-8534
7 min walk from Kami-Nakasato Station East exit, JR Keihin-Tohoku Line
10 min walk from Komagome Station North Exit, JR Yamanote-Line
7 min walk from Nishigahara Station, Tokyo Metro Namboku-Line
SHIROKANEDAI IKI-IKI PLAZA
4-8-5 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
1 minute walk from Shirokanedai station (Tokyo Metro Mita/Namboku Line) #1 Exit
TAKANAWA IKI-IKI PLAZA
3-18-15 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
10 minute walk from JR Shinagawa station West Exit.
ARISU IKI-IKI PlAZA
4-6-7 Minamiazabu, Minatoku, Tokyo
8 minute walk from Tokyo metro Hiroo station #1・２exit.
AOYAMA IKI-IKI PLAZA
2-16-5 Minamiaoyama, Minatoku, Tokyo
10 minute walk from Tokyo Metro GInza Line "Gaienmae station" #4 exit.
If your daily life is full of hurrying, noise, or confusion, it’s easy to forget to be aware of the wholesome and supportive elements that are all around you, such as the fresh air, the sun, and the trees.
-Thich Nhat Hanh