“The Fifth Japan-United States Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange was held in Tokyo from March 18 to 23, 1970. The Conference began with a comprehensive review of cultural and educational interchange between the two countries since the First Conference.  It then discussed ways to expand cultural and educational interchange and cooperation in the future, exchanged views on the experiences of both countries in their cultural and educational programs with Asian countries and considered problems in the promotion of mutual understanding between the intellectual and cultural communities of the two countries.” (CULCON V, Joint Statement)

U.S.:  Mr. Donald Shively, Harvard University
Japan:   Mr. Tatsuo Morito, President, The Japan Scholarship Foundation (森戸辰男,中央教育審議会,会長)

*Final Joint Statement