What else do we believe? We are certain that if you have never been to Japan that you should come. We are sure that if you have never met people from outside of Japan that you should most definitely join us. We know that it’s important to swim in a river, to visit Chichibu and Morioka, to discover why rockets fly and how robots think, to eat wankosoba (and hamburgers), to learn to curl, to navigate, to laugh, and to make others laugh. We believe that you should understand how to make movies, music, and bridges too. And we really think you should try archery …and tap dancing! We know that if you haven’t belayed or slept in a yurt, you should. And, yes, if you’re looking for fun, adventure, and learning, we’re sure you should join us in our camps and continuing programs in Tokyo and other cool locations of Japan. Check our our seasonal camps, Saturday school programs, and annual events! Let’s AJE!
Come join us for a fun trip to the northern part of Honshu where we will spend a week involved in winter sports with a Japanese flair! We will meet the local community, share experiences, and learn about what Winter is like in their part of the world. Click here to learn more!
Don’t miss out! Send in your registration for our 2018 AJE Mid-Winter Sports Camp now. The fun begins February 12th, and finishes February 16th. Click here for more information and to register.
Our continuing Action Saturdays Program at our Waseda location has seats available for children 12 months to 8 years old. Sign up your child and let them learn to AJE! Click here for more information and to register.
On December 3rd, 60 young soccer stars representing 3 International teams joined in friendship, food, performances, and competition with 60 more kids representing teams from the Hikarigaoka Junior Soccer League (HJSL). Join us for more in 2018!
AJE was recently profiled in the Tokyo Weekender Magazine with a focus on how AJE helps expand children’s horizons: Since 2013, Aoba-Japan’s innovative Extension Program has been adding to its lineup, and over the last year they’ve held spring, summer, autumn and winter camps, as well as two sports camps. Read more about our most recent program developments: Click here to see more (page 43)!