Japanese philosophy is a unique philosophy all around the world. Arising from the blending of Shintoism, Buddhism and Confucian philosophy, the Japanese philosophy survived until today with hardly any deformation on the islands surrounded by water on four sides.
The Japanese people are pacifist since they were ruled not by power but by virtue, even in the Samurai period. They don’t like fighting, abstain from apologising and they try to live respectfully without disturbing others. As the vast majority of the people were involved in agriculture in ancient Japan where all four seasons are experienced with all characteristics, discipline and collaboration are of great importance and successful teamwork carried the Japanese people to the level of development as they are today. Therefore, we strive to introduce such positive characteristics of the Japanese philosophy; -discipline, diligence, respect and the like- to our students at our organisation, with activities suitable for all ages.