Table 1. Components of Good Death in Japan.

From: Psycho-oncology: History, Current Status, and Future Directions in Japan

Constantly important domain 1.Physical and psychological comfort
2. Dying in a favorite place
3. Good relationship with medical staff
4. Maintaining hope and pleasure
5. Not being a burden to others
6. Good relationship with family
7. Physical and cognitive control
8. Environmental comfort
9. Being respected as an individual
10. Life completion
Individually different domain 11. Natural death
12. Preparation for death
13. Role accomplishment and contribution to others
14. Unawareness of death
15. Fighting against cancer
16. Pride and beauty
17. Control over future
18. Religious and spiritual comfort