Our grave is in the metropolitan Yabashira cemetery
It’s a cemetery in Tokyo, but it’s a short drive from the office in Matsudo city
It seems to be 20 Tokyo Domes on a vast site
Today I went with my son on a bicycle
The children’s grandparents died before they were born, so there is no real feeling to visit the grave
My mother died before I was 5
That’s why I knew where the grave was when I was in elementary school
Children don’t know where the grave is
I don’t remember taking it by car
I thought this was a little bad and I went by bicycle
The vast site is relatively easy to understand just by turning the corner three times, so I asked for a bicycle while teaching
The grave is 5 square meters
Administrative expenses are cheap because Tokyo is doing
Still, you may lose your rights if you do not pay administrative fees for about 2 years.
If you don’t pay beyond that, you will be able to stand a signboard in front of the grave
After a certain period of time, the remains are transferred to the tombs of unrelated Buddha and their rights are lost.
The boulevard grave is quite big
Maybe there are 30 square meters
I saw several standing signs on such a grave.
I told my son, “I don’t pay administrative fees, or when my descendants die, this will happen.”
I wonder if the number of cases will increase as the birthrate declines
Not only the grave but also the house
The declining birthrate is not only about losing the vitality of the country
I have never felt it in my personal life but it works like a body blow