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3rd  (Wed.): Weekly Upanishad Study Class


   8:30 ~9:30 (in Japanese only)

6th  (Sat.): Bhagavad Gita  Study Clasat the Indian Embassy 

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        10:30 ~12:00  (In Japanese only)

9th  (Tue.)Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna Study Class  

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         14:30 ~16:30 (in Japanese only)

21st (Sun.): Monthly Retreat at Zushi

          ★Livestreaming  (Bi-lingual)

    10:30 ~16:30 

           Speaker: Swami Divyanathanandaji

           Theme: Ramachandra - an ideal character

24th (Wed.): Weekly Upanishad Study Class


   8:30 ~9:30 (in Japanese only)

27th (Sat.): Bhagavad Gita Study Class in Osaka

   14:30 ~16:30 (in Japanese only)


29th  (Mon.): Akhanda Japam

       5:00 ~20:00





4th  (Sat.): Bhagavad Gita  Study Clasat the Indian Embassy 

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        10:30 ~12:00  (In Japanese only)

8th (Wed.): Weekly Upanishad Study Class


   8:30 ~9:30 (in Japanese only)

14th  (Tue.)Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna Study Class  

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         14:30 ~16:30 (in Japanese only)

19th (Sun.): Buddha Celebration

          ★Livestreaming  (Bi-lingual)

    10:30 ~16:30 

           Speaker: Swami Divyanathanandaji

22nd (Wed.): Weekly Upanishad Study Class


   8:30 ~9:30 (in Japanese only)


Earthquakes in Noto-Hantou area (Ishikawa-ken)- An  Appeal for Donation 


Wednesday, 10thJanuary, 2024


Dear All,   


           As you are certainly aware  that repeated high  magnitude earthquakes and several severe aftershocks struck Noto-Hantou area (Ishikawa-ken) recently, devastating vast areas of those countries, killing hundreds of people and creating the widespread damages  affecting thousands of people causing indescribable hardship to them.


           The Ramakrishna Mission has a long tradition of providing extensive relief to the victims of natural disasters.  We, the monks and devotees of the Mission’s Japan branch, are wondering if we can be of some help to the victims of the said disaster. After considering various options we have decided to collect funds from our devotees, friends and well-wishers and hand over/send the collected funds to the local administration of the affected area to express our sympathies and prayers for the victims of the said disaster.


           Any funds donated by you, regardless of amount, will be greatly appreciated as a kind and sympathetic gesture from you and your friends.


           Please note that if you send donation as requested please inform us the amount of donation and the name of your bank and the date of the bank transfer through e-mail; all correspondence regarding the donation should be sent to the following e-mail address only: You may as well send your donation through Post Office/Credit card/on line ( please see Vedanta Society’s home page:


Bank Information of Vedanta Society of Japan For Donors Living in Japan:


           Our Bank:                   Mizuho Bank

           Address:                                Kamakura Branch Number 760

           Account name:                        Nihon Vedanta Kyokai

           Account number:                    1114571 (futsu/ordinary)


postal transfer


Account name:                    Nihon Vedanta Kyokai

Account number:                 00120-6-8036


                                                              With loving namaskar and prayer,

                                                       Yours in the Lord, 

                                              (Swami Medhasananda)


 NEW The Power of a Daily Schedule

The title of this booklet, namely, ‘The Power of Daily Schedule,’ is self-explanatory. It was initially penned in the form of a long article and issued in the Vedanta Kesari, a notable English Monthly of the Chennai Math. The article was widely dispersed among readers of diverse cross sections of the society, and most of them found it very beneficial in their lives. Encouraged by this favorable feedback we have now decided to publish it in the form of a book, so that it may be of value to a greater number of people.

Price ¥ 528  (20%off price with Tax)

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NEW March 


2nd (Sat.): Bhagavad Gita  Study Clasat the Indian Embassy 

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        10:30 ~12:00  (In Japanese only)

 6th (Wed.): Weekly Upanishad Study Class


   8:30 ~9:30 (in Japanese only)

 12th (Tue.)Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna Study Class  


         14:00 ~16:00 (in Japanese only)

17th (Sun.): Sri Ramakrishna Birthday Celebration  


         10:30~,  15:00~  (Bi-lingual)

         *Prior reservation is necessary. →

 27th (Wed.): Weekly Upanishad Study Class


   8:30 ~9:30 (in Japanese only)

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Monthly Zushi Retreat: 3rd Sunday (Bilingual)


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Online Study Class on Zoom

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We have two classes,

1. Weekly Upanishad Class: Wednesday 8:30~9:30 (Japanese only)

2. Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna Class: Tuesday 14:30~16:30  (Japanese only)


(Explanation in Japanese) 

Place : Embassy of India, Tokyo

Date : 1st Saturday of each month *Schedule

Time : from 10:30- 12:30

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Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna

Study classes  by Swami Medhasananda

(Explanation in Japanese) 

Place : Society's main building

Date :Tuesday of every month

Time : From 14:30 - 16:30

Note : If you take lunch before class please e-mail to Shanti (

at least 2 days before the class.

Please check the actual date of the class from Kyokai’s Home Page (Monthly schedule)

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Spiritual Q&A


Questions on the topics of Vedanta, God, Soul, Mind, Relationships, and more, collected from various sources, are answered by Swami Medhasananda of the Vedanta Society of Japan, a branch of the Ramakrishna Order.