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Chronology International

1920

Kakutaro Kubo begins formulating his philosophy for what is now Reiyukai.

1930

Reiyukai is inaugurated, Kakutaro Kubo becomes Chairman of the Board of Directors and Kimi Kotani becomes President.

1954

The Reiyukai Youth Group is inaugurated.

1971

Kimi Kotani dies. Tsugunari Kubo becomes President of Reiyukai.

1972

A Reiyukai Centre is established in the United States. It is followed by centers in Brazil & Canada (1975); The Philippines (1976); Mexico, Italy & Taiwan (1977); United Kingdom (1978, closed as of March 1998); Peru, Thailand & France (1979); India, Nepal & Paraguay (1983); Spain (1984); Korea (1988); Bolivia (1996) and Sri Lanka (1999).




 

  

  
  


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1980

Reiyukai’s Inner Self Development campaign begins.

1983

Reiyukai India officially registered as Adhyatmic Sahcharya Sanstha on 16 August.

1985

 Representatives from 14 countries participated in a Youth Speech Festival in commemoration of United Nations International Youth Year. Following this, national festivals are held annually throughout the world and international festivals are held in the Asian, American and European regions on a regular basis.

1990

The Sixth International Youth Year Speech Festival is held in Osaka, Japan, as apart of the International Garden and Greenery Expo ’90. Representatives from 17 countries attend.

1992

Reiyukai International Operation for Cambodian Relief (RIOCR) opens its office in Cambodia.

1993

Reiyukai International Committee is inaugurated.

1994

The Tenth International Youth Year Speech Festival is held in Kathmandu, Nepal.

1996

– Tsugunari Kubo resigns as President of Reiyukai.
– Reiyukai sponsored Lumbini International Research Institute (LIRI) is inaugurated in Nepal.
– The International College for Advance Buddhist Studies (ICABS) is established in Tokyo. Yae Hamaguchi is elected as President of Reiyukai.
– The First Reiyukai Supervisory Council is inaugurated..

1999

Reiyukai establishes Japanese and English home page on the Internet.

2000

– Fourth Reiyukai International Conference was held in Tokyo, Japan.
– Yae Hamaguchi dies.
–  Ichitaro Ohgata succeeds as President of Reiyukai, Yushun Masunaga and Hiromichi Hirakawa as Vice Presidents of Reiyukai.



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