The author has given a multidisciplinary class, “Creation of Regional Culture,” as part of the Cultural Creation Course in the Taoyaka Program at Hiroshima University, Japan. In this class, students learn how to communicate with the local people to facilitate cooperation between the university and the region. The author introduced “meta facilitation,” which was created for international cooperation using trial and error. This study discusses how the author introduced this method to students, the effect of the method, and its future possibilities. The study aims to provide an actual record of the facilitation education, which is needed for the cooperation between universities and regions.