EGAKU for
Kids & Youth

Painting a picture is about painting your thoughts, painting your dreams,
painting the future

EGAKU Project for young children and youth from elementary school age to university students and university graduates.
We have collaborated with schools, local community organizations, companies, and other organizations.

Our Work

Our collaboration partners

Minato Municipal
Aoyama Junior High School

for junior high school students

Acumen

Voluntary participants

H-LAB

for senior high school students, university students

Kaetsu Ariake
Junior & Senior High School

for high school students

Kindery International

for elementary school students

Google Tokyo Office

for junior high school students

The Japan Foundation

Leadership Program - Beyond the Arab Spring

Junior United Nations Eco Workshop

for high school students

Shibuya Hikarie 8/COURT

for families

Seigakuin Junior & Senior High School

for high school students

Ship for World Youth Program
Cabinet Office Government of Japan

for young leaders from 13 countries around the world

Sekimachi Kita Elementary School
of Nerima Ward

for elementary school students

Soson Elementary School
of Kannami Town

for elementary school students

Solar Bear Fund Project

in support of Tohoku Region

Takaban Elementary School
of Meguro Ward

for elementary school students

Teach for Japan

Study support program
for elementary school students

Denenchofufutaba Senior High School

for senior high school students

UTokyo Innovation Summer Program

for undergraduate and graduate students

University of Tokyo
Global Health Leadership Program

for graduate students

University of Tokyo
Global Leadership Program

for undergraduate and graduate students

Health and Global Policy Institute

for undergraduate and graduate students

Hisanohama Daiichi Elementary School of Iwaki City

for elementary school students

Hiroo Elementary School
of Shibuya Ward

for elementary school students

Fujimigaoka High School for Girls

for high school students

Bridge for Fukushima

For senior high school students