Report: Previous Summits

February 10 -12, 2012
Theme “Vision and Action for Rebuilding Japan”
The road to recovery in Japan is very long, with substantial issues yet to be addressed. There are, however, new signs of change, as some of the underlying cracks of post-war Japan become ever more visible. At this crucial moment—which could be a turning point for this country—leading figures from different fields discussed the roles and requirements of leadership for the rebirth of Japan.

Thursday, February 10 through Sunday, February 13, 2011
Theme “What to Keep, Change, and Create for the Future”
What can be done to entrust to future generations this country that has been passed down to us from ancient times? 175 leaders who participated in this four-day event learned lessons from their senior colleagues, reflected on their roles in society, and discussed what actions should be taken.
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Friday, March 19 through Monday, March 22, 2010
Theme “The Sun will Rise Again: What our Generation can do”
Over four days, 144 leaders from different fields discussed and shared ideas about how to fulfill their responsibilities to make Japan energetic again.
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Friday, February 13 through Sunday, February 15, 2009
Theme “Japan and Society in 2020”
The first G1 Summit was held to provide an opportunity for leaders of the same generation from different fields to exchange ideas at a time when the world was facing unprecedented change. During the three days, 107 leaders from different backgrounds held meaningful discussions about what they should do in the future.
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