Japan lnternational Cultural Exchange Foundation
ESTABLISHMENT September30,1988 permitted by the Ministry of Education
PURPOSE The Japan International Cultural Exchange Foundation hopes to improve human culture and promote world peace through various international cultural exchange activities.
PRESIDENT Tsutomu Sakuta, M.D, Ph.D.
Graduated from School of Medicine, Keio University
President and Prof., Japan University of Health Science(JUHS)
President, Kyosaiism practice movement(KPM)
President, International Council of Penitentiary (Prison) Medical Services (ICPMS)
Chief Editor of International Medical Journal (IMJ)
Former President, World Association for Social Psychiatry (WASP)
（1）Sending and inviting researchers, artists, and educators
（2）Holding lecture meetings and symposia
（3）Publishing an organization magazine and other publications
PASSAGE OF ESTABLISHMENT
（1）The Current President Dr.Sakuta and his group first advocated the “Kyosaiism (Co-Aidism)
practice movement ” in 1968.
（2）This movement was established by Kyosai-kai. This group held lectures, meetings and workshops for
their main projects; improving farm management in Japan and helping foreign students to adapt to Japan.
（3）The group reviewed its objectives around 1984. This action recognized the importance of
International Cultural Exchange, and to establish it as a separate foundation.
（4）The official Establishment was approved by the Minister of Education on September 30, 1988.
President Tsutomu Sakuta （President, Japan University of Health Science）
Managing director Masaaki Misumi （Emeritus Professor of Science and Technology, Seikei University）
Managing director Mitsuhiko Katsumura （Secretary-general, JICEF）
Director Shigenori Okamoto （A employé of Asahifood and healthcare Company）
Director Jyunpei Kato（Former professor of Tokiwa University, Former ambassador to Belgium）
Director Yoshiko Shinohara（Former dental hygienist）
Director Ikuko Takigawa（Former Tokyo Family Court housework mediation committee）
Inspector Hiroyuki Kanamori （Certified public accountant）
Inspector Yoshiko Hoshi (A former employé of Cosmo Oil Company)