There are few nationwide reports on pharmacology education to show actual total school hours, how to evaluate students' knowledge, what textbook is recommended to students, or what are performed as pharmacological practice etc. The present study investigated such facts on pharmacology education, based on the results of a nationwide survey asked to the chiefs in the Department of Pharmacology or Clinical Pharmacology in Medical Schools. Around 70 percent of total invited chiefs replied to the survey with answering many kinds of questions. Currently, data have being aggregated. For example, average total school hours are around 90 hours per year. Examination is mainly performed by a combination of description-type and multiple-choice questions. Main textbook is recommended but not specified in a half of the facility. Staffs spend 28 hours for the pharmacological practice per year, etc. Overall, survey results exhibited that the chiefs in the Department of Pharmacology or Clinical Pharmacology in Medical Schools are suffering from performing long-time lecture and pharmacological practice with fewer staffs, but continuously make efforts to perform better pharmacology education with worrying about properly evaluating such educational efforts from the executive in the school. I will discuss about the future plan for pharmacology education with taking into consideration of nationwide cooperation in this session.