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Takeshi Yasuda, cause of death is stomach cancer Former Yakult pitcher

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The farewell ceremony will be held at a family funeral.

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FuneralWhat is (Kokubetsushiki)?Funeral processionAtFuneralAfter or at a ceremony instead of a funeralOld friendA ceremony to say goodbye to the attendees and society. It is mainly a custom of eastern Japan.

Often misunderstood, part of the funeral (wake+ Farewell ceremony = funeral)[1].


1901 years(Meiji34 years),Nakae ChominIt is said that it was first performed at the funeral of[2].. This is Nakae, "Send it to the crematorium as soon as you die.CrapThe funeral was not held because he said, "Let's do it," and the Aoyama funeral hall (Aoyama funeral hall) by those who mourned his death.Aoyama Cemetery) Was performed as a non-religious funeral instead of a religious funeral.

Taisho eraAlthough the farewell ceremony became popular, funeral ceremonies such as "Buddhist farewell ceremony" and "God farewell ceremony" were held in the middle of the farewell ceremony that excluded religiousness.Burning incenseThe farewell ceremony that externalized the part of[3]. Also,Great Kanto EarthquakeSince then, mainly in ordinary households where there are not so many mourners in urban areas, temples andFuneral homeFor up tofuneral processionWas abolished, and a home farewell ceremony was held instead.[3].

Post-warHigh growth periodThe simplification of funerals, which incorporates a farewell ceremony, has permeated the region. From the end of the 20th century, when all funeral ceremonies began to shift from home to a dedicated funeral home, it became difficult to understand the distinction between wake, funeral, and farewell ceremony.[3].


In generalwakeAfter (the next dayNoon), After the funeralCoffinIt is held before.Akita CitySuch asTohoku region,Kyushu regionIn some areas ofCremation(Even in areas where bone burial is not common, if the body is severely damaged or rotted, the cause of death isInfectionBecause of this, there may be unavoidable circumstances such as when there is a risk of infection of attendees in the usual way, or when a funeral is held far away from the place of death).

At a funeral, which is a religious ritualMonkThe farewell ceremony is led bychief mournerLed by.

The contents include reading aloud and condolences, showing condolences, and farewell to the deceased by attendees (when performed instead of a funeral).

While the wake-up attendees are mainly bereaved families, since it is a farewell greeting from the deceased to society, anyone who mourns the death of the deceased may attend.

Mourning clothesClothes similar to mourning clothes (things based on black. Students do not have to be black at schooluniformIt is customary to wear gorgeous clothes, accessories called shining things, and flashy makeup.tabooAnd. However, there are cases in which he refuses, "I want you to wear plain clothes instead of mourning clothes."

In a different sense than bereavement or funeral "Personal farewell ceremony / departure ceremony" Although it is a farewell ceremony, it is not generally used because only the definition remains.


  1. ^ In the funeral home where the explanation is polite, it is announced that "a funeral and a farewell ceremony will be held"
  2. ^ Kokyō Murakami"Death and Funeral of Nakae Chomin-The First" Farewell Ceremony "and Funeral as the Final Expression of Life" (The University of Tokyo Annual Report of Religion, No. 19,2002[1]
  3. ^ a b c Shinya Yamada National Museum of History and Folklore(Edit) "Transformation of ritual: Change of funeral space and ritualization of wake and farewell ceremony" "Transforming culture of death: Funeral procession and grave system in modern East Asia" University of Tokyo Press 2014 ISBN 9784130104111 pp.39-41,50-51.

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