The United States-Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange
In this celebratory video, CULCON retraces its footsteps from 1961 to the present. Both the Japan and US Chairs, as well as other esteemed members, talk about the important role our organization has played in the Japan-US alliance since its establishment, and how we intend to help further deepen relations in the future.
(Approximately 10 minutes. Japanese and English.)
Former Prime Minister ABE Shinzo congratulates CULCON on our 60th anniversary, giving his personal thoughts on the significance of the Japan-US alliance.
The US-Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange (CULCON) is a binational advisory panel that serves to broaden and deepen the vital cultural and educational foundations of the US-Japan relationship, and to strengthen connections between US and Japan leadership in those fields. It works to ensure that the best of new ideas for cultural, educational and intellectual activity and exchange are implemented as operational programs.