A company that considers the end of the lives of foreign nationals living in Japan
purpose of establishment
(1) Consultation and support services for funeral and burial of ashes for foreign residents in Japan
(2) Operation of temporary storage facilities for remains and cemeteries for foreign residents in Japan
(3) Funeral support for foreign residents in Japan who are in need or have no relatives in Japan
(4) Various projects to facilitate the above
In Sanskrit, it means “life”, “tamashii”, or “to live”.
We are a company that supports foreign residents in Japan as they determine the destination of their individual “life” and depart on their own.
We support foreign residents in Japan to decide where they want to go and to leave for their final days, so that they can be sent off in a way that meets their wishes and can be laid to rest in Japan or their hometowns.
We established this organization in the hope that it will help them to work, raise their children, and live enriched lives in Japan, far away from the country where they were born and raised.
Wish of Representative Director
She came to Japan in 1997 and became a Japanese citizen.
I would like to support the funeral and burial of foreign residents in Japan who love Japan and wish to spend their last days in this country.
We will also provide information on the rules and regulations of Japanese religious and funeral facilities in an easy-to-understand manner.
Representative Director Kei Utsumi
Date of establishment February 2020
Capital: 10 million yen
Headquarters: 2-3-63-2 Yoshicho, Soka City, Saitama Prefecture, 340-0017, Japan
TEL 0120-168-218 (Office hours: 8:00 – 20:00)