Zen 2.0

Feel your body, Know your mind

The First Global Mindfulness Forum
in the Heart of Japanese Zen​

Kamakura, Japan
September 7-9, 2018

THE FIRST GLOBAL MINDFULNESS FORUM
IN THE HEART OF JAPANESE ZEN

Sept. 7-9, 2018 - Kamakura

Sept. 7 Enkaku-ji

Sept. 8-9 Kencho-ji

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OPEN ZEN

New doorways to Zen culture and mindful practice

MIND

MIND

Present the core principles of Japanese Zen, with respected Zen masters and other distinguished speakers from Japan and around the world.

PRACTICE

PRACTICE

Share the mindful city of Kamakura, including its Zen temples and natural environment, to help nurture the practice of mindfulness.

CONNECTION

CONNECTION

Build lasting relationships around the world, for a positive impact on business, education, innovation, and mindful living.

SPEAKERS

Spirituality, academics, business, and health.

Open to all areas of mindful practice.

SHODO<br>YOSHIDA

SHODO
YOSHIDA

Zen Master and Chief Abbot of the Kencho-ji School, Rinzai Zen Denomination.
EON ASAHINA

EON ASAHINA

The temple master of Jochi-ji, in Kamakura.
JUNYA OGINO

JUNYA OGINO

CEO of Mindful Leadership Institute, Certified Teacher of “Search Inside Yourself.”
LENZAN KUDO

LENZAN KUDO

Shakuhachi player. Organiser of the “Breathing and Shakuhachi” project: Tanden breathing and mindfulness with the tones of shakuhachi, to help people achieve fulfilling lives in the modern world.
JEREMY HUNTER, PH.D

JEREMY HUNTER, PH.D

Professor and Founding Director of the Executive Mind Leadership Institute at the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management.
EIJI HAN SHIMIZU

EIJI HAN SHIMIZU

Multi-award winning media producer. Translating dharma into an accessible, relatable, and even entertaining way through his movies, TV program, comic books and workshops.
STEPHEN MURPHY-<br/>SHIGEMATSU

STEPHEN MURPHY-
SHIGEMATSU

Stanford University psychologist of Wellness Education, co-founder of LifeWorks mindfulness course, and designer of Heartfulness peace program.
DAI TAMESUE

DAI TAMESUE

KYOKO “MYOKYO” DENDA

KYOKO “MYOKYO” DENDA

Mushakouji-senke tea master. Focus on a bowl of matcha and free your mind and body. Awaken your senses to a unique, treasured experience that can never be duplicated.
ISSHO FUJITA

ISSHO FUJITA

Zen master. Director of the Soto Zen International Center. Ex head teacher at Valley Zendo, a Soto Zen practice center in Charlemont, Massachusetts.
MASAHIRO FUJINO

MASAHIRO FUJINO

FUMIHIRO HOSHINO

FUMIHIRO HOSHINO

Yamabushi, a practitioner of Shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism & shamanism, incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts).
TAKASHI MAENO

TAKASHI MAENO

Dean of the Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University.
M. PALOMA PAVEL

M. PALOMA PAVEL

TADASHI MATSUKI

TADASHI MATSUKI

MIYAKE YOUICHIRO

MIYAKE YOUICHIRO

MEISOUMAI KAORI

MEISOUMAI KAORI

NANREI YOKOTA

Zen Master and Chief Abbot of the Engaku-ji School, Rinzai Zen Denomination.

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BLOG

MINDFUL CITY
KAMAKURA

The birthplace of Japanese Zen

MIND

Site of the first "samurai" government, over 800 years ago, which nurtured Zen culture as authentic Japanese lifestyle.

PRACTICE

Our venues include some of the most traditional and authoritative Zen temples, along with a rich, natural environment.

CONNECTION

Now a vibrant city of culture and creativity, inspiring local artists, entrepreneurs and IT startups, less than an hour south of Tokyo.

More information about KAMAKURA

Wikipedia "KAMAKURA"

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