Chapter 1. The Scope of Innovation in Japanese Language Education; Hayo Reinders, Sachiko Nakamura, and Stephen Ryan.- Chapter 2. English in Japan in an era of global uncertainty; Philip Seargeant.- Chapter 3. CLIL in comparison with PPP: A ''revolution'' in ELT by competency-based language education; Makoto Ikeda.- Chapter 4. Innovations in elementary classrooms: Integrating the teaching of English, history, and peace linguistics; Noriko Ishihara, Terumi Orihashi, and Zachary Clark.- Chapter 5. Inviting children''s views for designing digital game tasks; Yuko Goto Butler.- Chapter 6. Learning across generations: A small-scale initiative; Stephen Ryan and Kay Irie.- Chapter 7. It''s Your Turn: EFL Teaching and Learning with Tabletop Games; James York, Jonathan deHaan, and Peter Hourdequin.- Chapter 8. What Does "Teaching English as a Lingua Franca" Mean? Insights from University ELF Instructors'' Voices; Ayako Suzuki.- Chapter 9. Developing a Foreign Language Geragogy: Teaching Innovations for Older Learners; Danya Ramirez-Gomez.- Chapter 10. Self-Access Learning and Advising: Promoting Language Learner Autonomy Beyond the Classroom; Jo Mynard.- Chapter 11. An Insider''s View: Launching a University Program; Kay Irie.- Chapter 12. Innovating with the "The Collaborative Social" in Japan; Tim Murphey.- Chapter 13. An Innovative Approach to In-service Teacher Training for Teaching English at Japanese Public Elementary Schools; Maiko Ikeda, Hiroyuki Imai, and Osamu Takeuchi.- Chapter 14. Innovation in Japan: Looking to the Future; Stephen Ryan, Sachiko Nakamura, and Hayo Reinders.