Dr. Masaru Emoto
July 22, 1943 – October 17, 2014
Our beloved father, friend, teacher and emissary for water and peace, Dr. Masaru Emoto, passed peacefully at 12:50 am on October 17 2014, in a hospital in Tokyo, Japan with his wife Kazuko by his side. He is survived by his daughter Yoko Yamamoto, two sons Kentaro Emoto & Hiromasa Emoto, and two grandsons Riku and Sora Yamamoto.
His last words were “Arigatou”. (“Thank you” in Japanese). Which in Japanese means to be grateful for our own existence. His family believes he was giving his thanks to all of the people who shared his vision for peace, the people he met along his journey, and everyone who came into contact with his life’s work.
He was sincerely grateful for his family and every friend he had made throughout his life. He loved and thanked you all so very much. In his last book, ‘Hidden Messages From Water and The Universe’, he wrote, “Life is love, a gift from God and parent, and death is gratitude for a new dimension”. So now he is in another dimension, looking over us warmly with love and gratitude.