Smart Senior Council of Japan
Smart Senior Council of Japan (Nippon Kenjin Kaigisho) is a General Incorporated Association (Ippan Shadan Hojin) founded in September 2014, which has its principal office in Minato-ku, Tokyo.
The objectives of Smart Senior Council of Japan, as a comprehensive social organization, is to contribute to the self-sustained development of the Japanese Society and the improvement of the quality of lives of individuals, by utilizing experiences and knowledge of senior generations considering younger generation’s future.
Membership of Smart Senior Council of Japan is consisted of Individual Members and Corporate Members approved by the Board of Members.
We promote the healthy independence of senior generations in the current aging society, advance social participation of senior members, contribute to realize the sustainable and healthy society for younger generations, and improve the quality of our lives.
To that end, we will set the following seven daily objectives and make efforts to live smarter.
I will do what I can do
I will do something useful for people
I will try to stay healthy
I will listen to and learn from society
I value the warmth of people
I live humble with a shining smile
I will express my gratitude
Recommendations on measures against Declining birthrate (2016)
Recommendations on measures for Health issues in Aging Society (2018)
Monthly Seminars (2014~2018) Special attention: Health Issues, Sustainability of Social systems, Japanese Tradition and Culture including “Kojiki”, Global and Regional Environment
Charity Project inviting children in the South Pacific region to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
For further information, please contact the Secretariat (e-mail: email@example.com)
Main Office: 〒108-0023 2-14-13-601, Shibaura, Minato Ward, Tokyo