Mr. Daisaku Ikeda

Mr. Daisaku Ikeda, was born in Tokyo, Japan on January 2, 1928. Aiming to promote peace, cultural and educational activities around the world, Mr. Ikeda founded the Soka School System which now ranges from kindergartens to universities and many other institutions, including the Min-On Concert Association, the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum, the Institute of Oriental Philosophy and the Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research. Recognition of Mr. Ikeda’s efforts has come in the form of many awards, such as the UN Peace Award and the title of Poet Laureate from the World Academy of Arts and Culture. He has also received honorary doctorates and professorships from universities and academic institutes around the world. Mr. Ikeda’s many published works include The Human Revolution (12 volumes) and dialogues such as Choose Life: A Dialogue with Arnold J. Toynbee.

Soka Kindergartens
around the world

Hong Kong Soka Kindergarten

Brazil Soka Kindergarten

Singapore Soka Kindergarten

Korea Soka Happiness Kindergarten

Sapporo Soka Kindergarten

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