We leave the cemetery by the “corporate monuments path,” along which major corporations have built monuments for the spiritual benefit of their workers (and also possibly for the advertising value.)
The UCC coffee company has an elaborate structure.
A drug company put up a monument for the souls of the experimental animals.
The Nissan monument has a sort of Soviet look.
Sharp’s monument features a mirror-like granite slab that may be intended to suggest a flat-screen television.
This company got away with a fairly tacky design by claiming it is the modern version of the traditional Buddhist 5-story pagoda.