Intensive, enjoyable Mandarin study whilst exploring China. With the program, students study Mandarin for in the morning, followed by an afternoon of fun and activities.
SUMMER CAMP IN JAPAN
Send your kids to our Summer Camp in Japan for the ultimate immersive experience of language and culture.
Every June and July we host children between the ages of 7-17 from around the world for eight weeks.
Kids will learn Japanese with our certified teachers every morning before heading out to see explore the incredible sights of Tokyo.
SUMMER CAMP IN JAPAN
Our Summer Camp in Japan takes place in Tokyo, one of the world’s most unique cities to explore. We’ll accompany your children across the city as we get them to put into practice what they’ve learnt with our teachers.
Kids will study Japanese for four hours every weekday before sharing lunch together. After this, we discover the city together and meet the locals in our afternoon activity.
- Ages 7-17
- 4 hours of Japanese per day
- Cultural activity every afternoon
- 24/7 emergency support
DATES FOR JAPANESE SUMMER CAMP
Our Summer Camp in Japan runs for eight weeks during the months of June and July.
Your kids are welcome to join for anything between one and eight weeks.
- 20 hours of class a week
- Explore Tokyo together
- Day trip every Saturday
- Meals and tuition included
SUMMER CAMP START DATES
SUMMER CAMP SCHEDULE
If there is one city in the world we can guarantee your kid won’t get bored of, it’s Tokyo.
There are a whole host of things to do and we pack it all into eight weeks. Every afternoon we head out with the kids to popular places such as teamLab planets, Senso-ji and a variety of museums. This barely scratches the surface. Check out an example week at the Japanese Summer Camp below.
SUMMER CAMP SCHEDULE
|08:00-08:30||Breakfast at camp/homestay||Breakfast at camp/homestay||Breakfast at camp/homestay||Breakfast at camp/homestay||Breakfast at camp/homestay|
|09:00-13:00||Japanese class||Japanese class||Japanese class||Japanese class||Japanese class|
|13:00-14:00||Lunch at school||Lunch at school||Lunch at school||Lunch at school||Lunch at school|
|14:00-18:00||TeamLab Planets Museum||Tokyo Joypolis||Trip to Harajuku||Visit the Senso-ji Temple||National Museum of Nature and Science|
|18:30||Dinner at camp/homestay||Dinner at camp/homestay||Eat at a local restaurant||Dinner at camp/homestay||Dinner at camp/homestay|
We offer two accommodation options for the Japanese Summer Camp.
The homestay camp gives your child the chance to live with a local Japanese family. This gives them the chance to experience Japanese culture first hand, whilst practicing language skills as much as possible.
The LTL residence camp allows students to live together with other summer camp students. Children will stay in shared rooms together.
An LTL program coordinator lives with the kids, organizing activities, and providing support and supervision during the program.
Applications for our 2024 Japanese Summer Camp are now open.
You can choose from a number of options in our pricing table below including our half day or full day summer camp, plus the accommodation.
PLEASE NOTE || Prices are shown in multiple currencies but may vary depending on the exchange rate of the day of invoice.
SUMMER CAMP TOKYO
FAQs FOR PARENTS
How long are lessons at LTL?
Each lesson lasts 55 minutes.
Schedules can vary slightly, but lessons will take place in the morning and a cultural activity in the afternoon.
Can siblings and friends come together?
Yes we love this!
We offer a 5% discount for any summer camp participants who sign up together.
Can parents participate too?
Should I buy health insurance?
Yes. This is a must.
Please make sure it covers international clinics and hospitals in Japan.
Is lunch included in the Japanese Summer Camp?
Yes lunch is included for all summer camp students.
After the morning classes, we accompany the children to a restaurant where we’ll fill up on food.
After this we hit the streets of Tokyo.
Can I set rules for my child whilst they study at LTL?
Yes you can.
You will fill out our parent questionnaire before the summer camp in Japan.
What happens if my child gets sick?
There are very good international medical facilities available in Japan.
IMPORTANT || please make sure your child is insured.
We will accompany your child to the hospital, in case of an emergency at any time of the day/night needed.
What if there are problems with my child?
During the program, your child’s guardian is always your first point of contact.
If your child does not have a guardian program, please contact your student advisor.
In case of emergencies, we are contactable 24/7.
For non-urgent questions you will have a reply latest by the next working day.
Is a homestay a good place for my child to live?
Absolutely! Our families are more than happy to host kids from around the globe.
All homestays in Japan are carefully selected.
They look after their host children and give your child the freedom to explore from a safe home base.
They also provide supervision and help with enforcing the rules you set for your child.
Is Japan safe?
Japan is very safe.
In fact it’s widely considered one of the safest countries in the world with very little crime.
We know all about life in Japan so you can be safe in the knowledge your child is being well looked after.
GET IN TOUCH
Our student advisor will reach you within 24 hours and get your course booked up in no time.