Livestreaming Link

NEWChristmas Eve Programme

Date: 24th December 

Time: 19:00~21:00

Worship, Reading, Discourse, Carols

Light prasad dinner

Live Streaming: 19:00~ 

All are welcome!

*No parking

 Schedule in November 

29th (Sun.)Half-day Retreat  (Livestreaming only)

         from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm ( In Japanese only)


NEW  Schedule in December


5th (Sat.): Bhagavad Gita (Livestreaming & Zoom)

       from 14:00  to 16:00 (In Japanese only)

    The Bhagavad Gita study class at the Indian Embassy, Tokyo, suspended since 

    March of this year, will be resumed through livestreaming from the Society

    until further notice.

    Contact about Zoom:

13th (Sun.)Study of the Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna  (Livestreaming & Zoom)

         from 14:00  to 16:00 (in Japanese only)

20th (Sun.)Monthly Retreat  (Livestreaming only)

         from 11:00  to 16:30 (Bi-lingual)

         Theme: 'Necessity of Assimilation in Spiritual Life part-4'

         Speaker: Swami Medhasananda

         11:00 Offering and Meditation  *No Livestreaming

         12:00 Lunch Prasad

         14:00 Discourse (Livestreaming)

         *Please make a reservation especially lunch until 2 days before.

          Tel: 046-873-0428

24th (Thu.): Christmas Eve Worship  (Livestreaming)

         from 19:00 to 21:00 (Bi-lingual)

         *Please make a reservation 2 days before.

          Tel: 046-873-0428

27th (Sun.)Half-day Retreat  (Livestreaming only)

         from 14:00  to 16:00 ( In Japanese only)


 NEW  Monthly Programmes at the Vedanta Society of Japan

will be open to all for participation from July 2020


The Society had stopped general participation of its programmes since March of this year because of the state of emergency declared by the Government of Japan and also to avoid risks of contamination in view of the corona virus pandemic.

Presently, as the Government has withdrawn the state of emergency and allowed travelling because the situation has improved considerably in Japan including in and around Tokyo, we are glad to announce that we have decided to open our monthly programmes for participation of all from July. 

However, following precautionary measures need to be followed strictly by the attendees.

1.  To use masks

2.  To sprinkle sanitizer on both hands (to be kept at the entrance) after entry

3.  To wash both the hands and fingers with soap (to be kept at the washroom)

4.  To wash mouth and gurgle a few times with tap water 

Please note that though the Live streaming  of all the programmes will be continued as before those who want to listen to the above-mentioned discourses including that of the Bhagavad Gita directly and also attend the Monthly Retreat are welcome to come to the Society and take part in them.

    However, for attending the Bhagavad Gita  discourses at the Society (1st Saturday)  and the Monthly Retreats (3rd Sunday) prior information to the Society through e-mail  ( is necessary  at least three days before the discourse/ Retreat.


Swami Medhasananda


Vedanta Society of Japan

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Sri Sarada Devi Birthday Celebration (19th January 2020) 

Kalpataru Day (1st January 2020) 

Sri Sri Kali Puja (27th October 2019)  

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(Explanation in Japanese) 

Place : Vedanta Kyokai

Date : 1st Saturday of each month *Schedule

Time : from 2:00pm - 4:00 pm

Please Contact: Link

Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna

Study classes  by Swami Medhasananda

(Explanation in Japanese) 

Place : Society's main building

Date :2nd Sunday of every month

Time : From 14:00 - 16:00

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)

Please Contact:Link

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.