Cleanliness is next to enlightenment. The Japanese bestseller explains traditional techniques that help cleanse not only your house - but your soul.
Keisuke Matsumoto is a Shin-Buddhist monk and the representative of the Buddhist Youth Association of Komyoji. He graduated from Tokyo University's School of Religious Studies and completed his MBA at the Indian School of Business. Selected to The Forum of Young Economic Leaders in 2013, Matsumoto has created a a 'temple cafe' and an 'online temple', Higan-ji, where he offers people a way to rebuild traditional Buddhism through new media.
The most unusual self-help book of 2018 ... There is something
surprisingly calming about just reading the book, hearing
Matsumoto's simple instructions and admiring the clean pen drawings
of Japanese sandals and brooms -- Jane Fryer * Daily Mail *
A bestseller in Japan, this charming book offers practical cleaning tips as well as fascinating insights into the Buddhist approach to life, which counters the wastefulness of modern society with a respect for spaces and objects that is deeply humane ... Ideal preparatory reading for the January clean -- PD Smith * Guardian *