– Connecting Tradition, Scientific Evaluation and Individual Patient Care –

Friday, September 6, 2019
Geschwister-Scholl-Haus, opposite of Welfenschloss:

11:00 Get together and Registration

12:00 Lunch


13:00 Welcome

13:10-14:30 Parallel Workshops (A, B)
(All workshops will give opportunity to introduce and discuss current key issues and open problems
of the respective field of Kampo Medicine. Workshop chairs will summarize and present the main
results at the respective session on Saturday)

A) Kampo International, Education and Public Outreach

B) Pharmacobotany, Crude Drug Supply and Basic Research

Afternoon Coffee Break from 14:30-15:00
15:00-16:10 Parallel Workshops (C, D)

C) Clinical Experience and Research

D) Historical Aspects: Learning from Tradition

16:10-17:10 Meet the Experts:
Kampo Prescriptions for Difficult Clinical Cases (including practical tutorials
with patients)

17:30-18:30 General Meeting of ISJKM Members

Town Hall of Hann. Münden:

19:00 Dinner, Music and Dance

| Program
5th International Symposium for Japanese Kampo Medicine (ISJKM)
Saturday, September 7, 2019
9:00-9:10 Welcome Addresses
Silke Cameron, Symposium-President, Hann. Münden and
Heidrun Reißenweber-Hewel, President of ISJKM, Munich
Greeting Remarks
9:10-9:20 Takashi Ito, President, The Japan Society for Oriental Medicine (JSOM)
Dominik Irnich, President, German Medical Association of Acupuncture (DÄGfA)
Session A: Kampo International, Education and Public Outreach
9:20-9:30 Kampo International: New Trends and Challenges
Heidrun Reißenweber-Hewel, Clinic for Japanese Medicine, and Competence Centre
Complementary Medicine, Technical University, Munich, Germany
9:30-9:45 Current status of East-Asian Medicine Education in the United States and
Japanese Kampo Medicine: a model for the future
Nigel Dawes, Kampo Institute, New York and Eric Buckley, Christus St. Vincent Hospital,
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
9:45-10:00 Establishment of a Global Network of Kampo Medicine
Kenji Watanabe, Otsuka Kampo Clinic and Keio University Tokyo, Japan
10:00-10:15 Integration of Kampo and Modern Medicine in General Practice in Europe
Ulrich Eberhard and Sigrid Bormann, Clínica Médicos Para Tí, Madrid, Spain
10:30-10:45 Summary of Workshop and Session Results

Morning Coffee Break from 10:30 to 11:00

Session B: Pharmacobotany, Crude Drug Supply and Basic Research

11:00-11:15 Effects of Standardized Extracts of Japanese Kampo-Medicine in Human and Murine
Pancreas Carcinoma Cell Lines
Silke Cameron, University Medicine Göttingen, Germany

11:15-11:30 18β-glycyrrhetyl-3-O-sulfate is Suggested to be a Causative Agent of Licorice-induced
Toshiaki Makino, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan

11:30-11:45 Kaki Calyx: Asian Specific Medication for Hiccups
Kayoko Shimada-Takaura, The Museum of Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
11:45-12:00 Summary of Workshop and Session Results

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Poster Session I: 12:00–12:55
Lunch Break from 12:55 to 14:00

Session C: Clinical Experience and Research

14:00-14:15 Use of maoto (Ephedra Decoction) to Alleviate Flu Symptoms
Tetsuhiro Yoshino, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan

14:15-14:30 Prophylactic Efficacy of ninjin’yoeito for Oxaliplatin-induced Cumulative Peripheral
Neuropathy in Patients with Colorectal Cancer receiving Postoperative Adjuvant
Chemotherapy: a randomized, phase 2 trial (HOPE-2)
Yoshiharu Motoo, Kanazawa Medical University, Ishikawa, Japan
14:30-15:00 Kampo hozai and Phytotherapy for Cachexia: Where do we stand?
Kenny Kuchta, University of Göttingen Medical School, Göttingen, Germany
15:00-15:15 Prediction of Traditional Diagnostic Patterns, deficiency-excess and cold-heat Patterns,
in Japanese Kampo Medicine: A multicentre prospective observational study
Ayako Maeda-Minami, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan
15:15-15:30 The Effect of daisaikoto for Shoulder Stiffness and related Changes in Stool
Condition: A retrospective Study
Minoru Ohsawa, Tohoku University Hospital, Sendai, Japan
15:30-15:45 Summary of Workshop and Session Results
Afternoon Coffee Break from 15:45 to 16:15
Poster Session II: 16:15–16:45
Session D: Historical Aspects: Learning from Tradition

16:45-17:00 Analysis of the Development of Kampo Medicine in Japan
from the Perspective of Medical History
Hiromichi Yasui, Yasui Clinic, Yokkaichi, Japan

17:00-17:15 The Historic Morino Herb Garden (Morino-Kyuyakuen): Sowing Seeds for the Future
Kyoko Takahashi, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
17:15–17:30 A Graphic Narrative Approach in Exploring the Development of fukushin in Japanese
Kampo Medicine
Gretchen De Soriano, Kampo UK Association, London, United Kingdom
17:30-17:45 Summary of Workshop and Session Results

18:15 Medieval Castle Tour with Dinner at the Knight’s Hall and Music
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Poster Presentations:
Poster Session I: Sat, Sept. 7: 12:00–12:55
P1: A Neonatal huge Cervical Lymphatic Malformation Successfully Treated with
eppikajutsuto and ogikenchuto: A Case Report
Keiko Ogawa, Department of Japanese-Traditional (Kampo) Medicine, Kanazawa
University Hospital, Kanazawa, Japan
P2: Efficacy of Kampo Medicine for Pediatric Diseases Refractory to Western Medication:
Survey of Japanese-Oriental (Kampo) Medicine at Chiba University Hospital
Yuki Watanabe, Department of Japanese Oriental ‚Kampo‘ Medicine, Graduate School
of Medicine, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan

P3: Perspectives on the Use of ninjin’yoeito in Modern Medicine: a Review of Randomized
Controlled Trials
Shin Takayama, Department of Kampo Medicine, Tohoku University Hospital, Sendai,

P4: Investigation of Kampo Medicine Prescribed during Hospitalization in Tohoku
University Hospital
Ryo Sugimine, School of Medicine, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

P5: Challenges of Intercultural Terminology: Brazilian Portuguese Denominations for
Kampo Medicine Nomenclatures
Kazusei Akiyama, Consultório Kazusei Akiyama, São Paulo, Brazil
P6: A Case-Series of 10 Patients with Female Hormonal Imbalance (Chi-no-michi
syndrome) successfully treated with nyoshinsan
Eiko Mori, Kitasato University, Oriental Medicine Research Center, Tokyo, Japan
P7: Flipped Class using Kampo E-Learning System in Medical and Pharmaceutical Schools
Aki Ito, Kanagawa Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, Kanagawa, Japan
P8: Two Cases of Immune Thrombocytopenia Successfully Treated with Kampo Medicine
Chiho Otani, Tamashima Clinic of Hematology and Kampo Medicine, Shizuoka, Japan
P9: Clinical Reasoning in Kampo Medicine Applying the Dual-process Theory to Historical
Kampo “sho scripts”
Mitsuyuki Takamura, Kampo Medicine Outpatient Clinic, Mie University Hospital, Tsu,

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Poster Session II: Sat, Sept. 7: 16:15–16:45

P10: A Quick and Resource-saving Preparation Method for Decoction of Kampo formulae
inspired by the Method of Boiling Powdered Crude Drugs in the Song Dynasty of China
Tsukasa Fueki, Matsuya Pharmacy, Niigata, and Toho University, School of Medicine,
Tokyo, Japan

P11: Efficacy of Kampo Medicine for Pollen Allergy in Japan
Izumi Kimoto, Hirose Clinic, Aichi, Japan

P12: Significance of Kampo Medication Complying with the Clinical Demand: Results of a
Questionnaire Survey among Japan Society for Oriental Medicine (JSOM) Member
Yasuhito Kimura, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka University,
Osaka, Japan

P13: Usage Trend of Kampo medicine at a Clinic in a Physician-shortage Area
Natsumi Saito, Department of Education and Support for Regional Medicine,
Department of Kampo Medicine, Tohoku University Hospital, Sendai, Japan

P14: The Track and Record of Palpation Sites and Pressure by Kampo Experts using an
Abdominal Palpation Monitoring System for Standardization of Abdominal Palpation
in Kampo Medicine
Shuji Yakubo, Department of Clinical Kampo Medicine, Meiji Pharmaceutical University,
Tokyo, Japan

P15: Integrated Treatment for Cancer using Kampo and Western Medicine
Masayuki Shimizu, Surgery and Internal medicine Clinic of Sendai city, Wakabayashi,
Sendai, Japan