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Married and with a child of her own she joined her husband, Isamu in India and Nepal for four years. Her second child was born in Kathmandu. When she returned to Japan she encouraged many of her friends to go abroad and see what was happening in the rest of the world. It was very uncommon at that time for Japanese to travel abroad.
In 1970 she and her children, now three, joined her husband Isamu in Canada to pursue a life there. She became part of the very cultural back to the land movement and lived on communes on both Vancouver Island, Canada and in New Mexicio. She also met many Buddhist teachers at that time and was asked to translate their work into Japanese.
She and Isamu agreed to separate and she later married Mino who has been her life partner for the past 52 years.
They settled in Berkeley, California and raised their family there.
Eventually, because of the first Gulf War, she became energized to engage in peace work again. She has been a founder/contributor of various peace movements working against war and the harmful proliferation of nuclear technology.
Fusako was born in Hamamatsu, Japan in 1936. Lived in India, Nepal, Canada, and the U.S. She settled in Berkeley, California and raised her family. She has been a founder/contributor of various peace movements working against war and the harmful proliferation of nuclear technology.