We ran an EGAKU session to reflect on the future at Tokio Marine & Nichido Systems.   
The session demonstrated that the EGAKU Program is a powerful method for creating deep dialogues transcending language.  We also had some great, positive feedback from Bob Stilger, the president of The Berkana Institute, and it was a wonderful encounter.  Our heartfelt thanks to our hosts at the Tokio Marine & Nichido Systems, Future Centre, Iwai-san and Nishimura-san, the president of the Art of Hosting in Japan.   
A few days after the session, Bob and members of the Art of Hosting visited us at our Hinoki-cho Studio.  One of the team members in particular, Toke Paludan Moeller, asked us many astute questions requiring clear answers - it was an enjoyable, fertile discussion.  

You can read more about the project on Bob’s blog.  

Theme:  Origin
Program details: EGAKU Program
Participants: 12 adults
Venue: Future Centre, Tokio Marine & Nichido Systems Co., Ltd
Host institution: Future Centre, Tokio Marine & Nichido Systems Co., Ltd 
Instructor: Kunihiko Yazawa
Facilitator: Kimi Hasebe
Staff: Mizuki Kikawa
※ This program was run by White Ship’s non-profit arm, ELAB.