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Lack of burial space is changing age-old funeral practices, and in Japan 'tree burials' are gaining in popularity

By Natasha Mikles, Lecturer in Philosophy, Texas State University
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In a Japanese tree burial, cremated remains are placed in the ground and a tree is planted over the ashes to mark the gravesite. Environmental responsibility is part of Buddhism.


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