June 2nd - June 22nd

Adventure Japan

Go Wild in Japan

Limited spots - Enroll today!

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Organized by: Go! Go! Nihon

Time left to application deadline (April 5th)

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The Adventure Japan Study Trip takes you back in time to experience the dramatic history of Japan. Whether you want to be a ninja, this study trip gives you the chance to see if you’ve got what it takes to master the country’s ancient arts as well as the language. You’ll also get a chance to go wild and try the modern side of adventure with go-karting, mini motorcycles, and mechanical bulls. This is the perfect chance to study with fellow adventurers and form your own samurai clan. Studying in the heart of Tokyo, at one of our biggest language schools with a comfortable and modern learning environment, it’s the perfect complement to your adventures.

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Adventure Japan activities get your blood pumping, with Ninja challenges, as well as go-karting and batting for the more modern warrior.

Study

Tokyo Intercultural
Lessons are at the Intercultural Institute of Japan one of the older schools in Tokyo. With a central location and lots of experience, you'll get the best teachers to help you on your way.

Live

Share house or dorm accommodation
The standard accommodation for this trip is in shared budget accommodation, giving you the chance to practice your new language skills with your course mates.

Length

This 3 week long course will give you the perfect balance of study and fun with planned activities so you don't have to worry about anything.

Schedule

The classes are run between 10.00-13.10 each day. This regular schedule keeps you focused on your studies and gives you the afternoon to practice what you've learnt.

Level

This course is open to all levels whether you've studied Japanese before or just want to hone your skills

Group Discount

Book with a friend and you'll receive a group discount of 15,000 yen each! For groups of 3 or more you could save up to 60,000 yen between you.

Activity Schedule

    Week One

    Wagashi Making - Mochi, sweets

    Make some tasty wagashi

    Join this alternative session and learn how to make wagashi - traditional Japanese sweets. See if you can craft with mochi and anko and then, best of all, taste your creations.
    Rice field planting

    Plant a rice paddy field

    Rice is at the heart of the Japanese diet and no meal is complete without it. Help out for a day planting a paddy field and see how to feed a country.
    Izakaya Tokyo

    Dine out at an Izakaya

    No trip to Japan is complete without a trip to a traditional Izakaya for an after-school drink. Bond with your fellow travellers over a drink and some delicious food.

    Week Two

    Karaoke singing

    Sing your heart out at Karaoke

    Get together and pick your favourite songs to sing along to. All the hits you can't get out of your head both Japanese and International!
    Odaiba and Spocha

    Cruise down from Asakusa to Odaiba

    Wonder at the traditional delights of Asakusa, before hopping on a boat to cruise down to Odaiba to see the new giant Unicorn Gundam.
    Spocha entertainment centre

    Go wild at Spocha

    This entertainment complex is so big you'll never be bored. Challenge your new friends to a mini motorcycle race or get lost in the game arcades.
    Ninja training

    Become a Ninja

    Think you've got what it takes to be a ninja? Can you hit the target with Shuriken and stealthly hide from your enemies or would you go out on the battlefield with your katana swinging?

    Week Three

    Edo Museum

    Expand your mind at the Edo Museum

    The Edo period was known for it's changing politics and culture and so much more. Learn about the period of history that shaped modern-day Japan in the newly renovated Edo-Tokyo museum.
    Taiko drumming

    Be Loud and Learn Taiko

    Traditional Japanese drums commonly known as Taiko are great for making some noise. Watch some professionals at work, then give it a go yourself and see if you have the rhythm.
    Kyudo Japanese Archery

    Fire an arrow with Kyudo

    Archery or 'Kyudo' is harder than it looks. Can you shoot straight or will you 'quiver' in your boots trying out this ancient samurai martial art?

    Choose your plan

    • Dine out at an Izakaya Izakaya Tokyo No trip to Japan is complete without a trip to a traditional Izakaya for an after-school drink. Bond with your fellow travellers over a drink and some delicious food.
    • Sing your heart out at Karaoke Karaoke singing Get together and pick your favourite songs to sing along to. All the hits you can't get out of your head both Japanese and International!
    • Cruise down from Asakusa to Odaiba Odaiba and Spocha Wonder at the traditional delights of Asakusa, before hopping on a boat to cruise down to Odaiba to see the new giant Unicorn Gundam.
    • Expand your mind at the Edo Museum Edo Museum The Edo period was known for it's changing politics and culture and so much more. Learn about the period of history that shaped modern-day Japan in the newly renovated Edo-Tokyo museum.
    • Make some tasty wagashi Wagashi Making - Mochi, sweets Join this alternative session and learn how to make wagashi - traditional Japanese sweets. See if you can craft with mochi and anko and then, best of all, taste your creations.
    • Go Wild at Spocha Go wild at this massive entertainment centre and enjoy everything from mini motorcycles to game arcades and mechanical bulls.
    • Become a Ninja Ninja training Think you've got what it takes to be a ninja? Can you hit the target with Shuriken and stealthly hide from your enemies or would you go out on the battlefield with your katana swinging?
    • Be Loud and Learn Taiko Taiko drumming Traditional Japanese drums commonly known as Taiko are great for making some noise. Watch some professionals at work, then give it a go yourself and see if you have the rhythm.
    • Fire an arrow with Kyudo Kyudo Japanese Archery Archery or 'Kyudo' is harder than it looks. Can you shoot straight or will you 'quiver' in your boots trying out this ancient samurai martial art?
    • Plant a paddy field Rice is at the centre of many people's diets in Japan. Why not be a part of this by helping to plant a traditional paddy field out in the Japanese countryside.
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    • Language Classes
    • Basic Accommodation
    • Welcome Pack
    Total Cost

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    ¥ 306000

    Silver

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    ¥ 319500

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    ¥ 364500

    Application fee is ¥ 30000

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    NOTE: Application fee of this trip will be charged in JPYDue to possible delay of exchange rate update, price in various currencies is for reference only.

    *Application fee included in the price.

    We offer three different plans so you can pick your own experience. Choose the Bronze Plan focuses on studying, and freedom, it gives you a chance to explore your new home at your own pace. Select the Silver Plan includes extra activities for more fun and gives a good balance between free time, study and fun. Picking the Gold Plan will give you the complete experience of living and studying in Japan. You don’t have to worry about a thing, from the time you’re picked up at the airport you can relax, learn and enjoy yourself. You can participate in all the activities, have lots of chances to meet Japanese people, and make new lifelong friends. Book now!

    N.B.: All Plans include school lessons, accommodation, travel/health insurance. Flights are not included in the price.

    What You Need To Know

    Study Trip Dates
    From June 2nd
    To June 22nd
    Application Deadline
    April 5th
    School Dates
    First Day
    June 3rd
    Last Day
    June 21st
    Age Limit For Joining The Course
    Students must be 18 years old by the time the course commences.
    Free Time
    Teaching hours for Intercultural are each morning between 10-13.10 so outside of the scheduled activities you'll have plenty of free time to explore the city for yourself.
    Accomodation Dates
    Move-in Date
    June 2nd (if you arrive earlier you will have to find another accommodation by yourself until the move-in date)
    Move-out Date
    June 22nd
    (If you leave Japan after this date you will need to find other accommodation by yourself)
    Pick-Up Service at the Airport
    For a fee of 21,000 yen, Studytrip.com can organize a Pick Up service for you from either Narita or Haneda airport. If you would like to take advantage of this option please let us know on your application form. Students must arrive between 9am and 4pm. If your flight arrives after 4pm we are unfortunately, unable to offer this service.
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