The Institute of Moralogy promotes ethical morals research and education for Japan.

Institute Profile

  The Institute of Moralogy, a public interest foundation incorporated in Japan, exists to advance studies of ethics and morals, and to promote lifelong social education founded on such studies.

Pamphlet of The Institute of Moralogy

The Institute’s Mission

 

  The Institute of Moralogy, a public interest foundation incorporated in Japan, is a research and educational organization that aims to advance the study of ethics and morals, and to promote social education on the basis of its findings. Ever since its foundation in 1926 (the 15th year of the Taisho era) by Chikuro Hiroike, LL.D. (1866-1938), its research, educational and publishing activities have been directed to nurturing people’s moral nature and cultivating their humanity. It advocates both “lifelong education,” which enables learners to grow in knowledge and understanding throughout their entire lifetimes, and “inter-generational education,” through which the moral nature of each generation is transmitted to its successors.

A Greeting

Mototaka Hiroike:
The president of the Institute of Moralogy

 

  Today, our nation has encountered full of confusion in various fields and the catastrophe once in 1000-years ever since the postwar. Now is the time when we cooperate and help each other to rebuild Japan. The Institute of Moralogy is the Educational Research Organization that promotes the research of ethical morals and social education based on it. Education establishes a grand plan for the long-term future of the nation. For the sake of people to live with full of joys and sake of Japan to be a more comfortable nation, we, moralogians clasping each other’s hand, aspire to disseminate the idea of “the building-nation by building human resources.”

The Institute of Moralogy profile

 

Institute Name The Institute of Moralogy
Head Office 2-1-1- Hikarigaoka Kashiwa, Chiba 277-8654
TEL 04-7173-3111
FAX 04-7173-3113
President Mototaka Hiroike
Establishment August 17th, 1926
July 7th, 1947 Authorized as Incorporated Foundation
April 1st, 2010 Authorized as Public Interest Incorporated Foundation
Standing Directors Haruo Kitagawa, Tsutomu Komatsu, Yumiko Ikebe, Yoshitaka Takata
Managing Director Kazuyuki Inoue, Tadao Seike
Directors Hajime Ide, Masayoshi Kusuda, Kengo Kubota,
Shuichi Nakamura, Yoshiaki Noda,
Hanbe Hashimoto, Maki Hosono, Michihiro Maeda, Yasuyuki Murata
Auditors Yasuyuki Kawakatsu, Masayoshi Kusuda, Masazumi Kobayashi
Accounting Auditor Naoto Yamazaki
Trustees Naritaka Awashima, Hiroyuki Onuki, Takashi Koizumi, Fumiko Koshikawa,
Susumu Sato, Masanao Sato, Nobuyoshi Tsuji, Shuji Nakashima,
Fumiko Numano, Kazuharu Hase, Isao Furuya,
Katsunori Hosokawa, Kazue Masuda, Taizo Yasuda
Advisers Shuntaro Ito, Tadashi Ogami, Kazuo Saigusa, Teiichi Sato, Eisaku Sawada,
Unichi Sugasawa, Ichiro Sugi, Kazuhiro Tanaka,
Hideo Tanifuji, Ken Hashimoto, Sumeko Hashimoto, Juzo Fukuta, Kaoru Fujimura, Hidefusa Yamauchi
Purpose The purpose of the Institute of Moralogy is to research “supreme morality,” to disseminate social education based on Moralogy, and to contribute to international peace for people’s safety and peace.
Tasks (1)To research Moralogy
(2)To teach Moralogy
(3)To publish books about Moralogy
(4)To disseminate social education based on Moralogy
(5)To elderly person welfare care based on Moralogy

  The Institute of Moralogy, a public interest incorporated foundation in Japan at present, was established by Chikuro Hiroike (1866-1938), LL.D., in 1926, and has throughout conducted activities to advance studies of ethics and morals and also to promote lifelong social education based on moralogy.

Brief History

August,1926 The Institute of Moralogy was established.
September,1931 The promotion of Social Education based on Moralogy began.
July,1947 The Institute Moralogy was certified as an Incorporated Foundation.
June,1958 “Reirou”, a monthly magazine, was published.
May,1959 Mizunami Social Education Center was established.(Central Japan Lifelong Learning Center)
September,1969 “New Morals”, a monthly magazine, was published.
August,1987 The First Moral Education International Conference was held.
March,1999 Business Ethics Seminar was held.
April,2000 A Charter of the Institute of Moralogy was enacted.
April,2002 Moral Science International Conference was held.
April,2010 The Institute of Moralogy was certified as Public Interest Incorporated Foundation.

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