The question arose such as how the Great East Japan Earthquake brought the value shift to the Japanese. This was the panel discussion where the participants and audiences probed what role the cultural activities could take. What future did the people saw during the age of war when the social value was suppressed and how did the same eyes perceived the disaster from the earthquake, were the focus of the discussion having invited the war-experienced educator Mr.Kitahara, and exchanged the opinions.
Guest: Yoshio Kitahara
Experienced World War II as a child soldier. Held positions at the Executive board member of the Center for Domestic and Foreign Students at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology, the principal at Edogawa Junior College, and honored the Order of Cultural Merit from the educational contribution to Japanese literature. Poet.