Who We Are
Representative: Kaoru Sasaki
After studying sociolinguistics at the graduate school of Monash University in Australia, she became an interpreter and translator. Since starting as the executive director of a non-profit for the Brazilian Amazonian forest and its indigenous people in 1989, she has been involved in environmental, social, peace, and equality-related activities.
Since 2003, Kaoru has been a pioneer of the Drum Circle, a non-verbal workshop, in Japan, before shifting to a general facilitator using language and becoming an organization development consultant.
Her hobby is nature observation, and he is also a nature guide at the Michelin-three-starred Mt. Takao.
-Certified NLP Practitioner
-Certified Coaching from a Systems Perspective
-Certified Laughter Yoga Trainer
-Human Value Certified World Cafe Practitioner
-Certified Appreciative Inquiry for Society & Organizations Practitioner, by Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University
-Certified in Systemic Constellations in Organizations (Adaptation)
-PADI Rescue Diver
-Master of the Fujima School of Japanese Dance
Advisor: Showzen Yamashita
Chief Priest of Echo-Ji Temple, Shinshu Kibe-ha. In addition to being a monk, he practices natural farming, makes miso and soy sauce by hand, and works to restore "human life" by creating a hometown for children and adults and building a terminal care system.
-Representative Director of Terra Incorporated Association
-Representative of the Institute for Connecting with the Earth
-Organizer of the Sakana Radio
-Mt. Fuji Interpreter.
-President of Fujiyoshida Buddhist Association
-Certified Clinical Religious Master of the Japanese Association of Clinical Religious Teachers