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Kids Summer Coding Camps in Hakuba and Myoko Kogen

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Stem Programming and Outdoor Fun for Kids. Camps run June 27 – August 13, 2021. Sign up to reserve a spot for your child as spaces are limited.

Photo by Shakespeare Hotel Hakuba

Unleash your child’s creativity this summer with Tokyo Coding Club’s Summer Camps for aspiring engineers and creators that combine STEM and outdoor activities. Tokyo Coding Club is hosting overnight summer camps in Hakuba, Myoko Kogen and central Tokyo offering STEM classes (programming, robotics, design, animation and video editing) combined with outdoor activities. The six-day, five-night camps are available for children 7-18-years-old. 

Kids Summer Coding Camps in Hakuba and Myoko Kogen

The camps in Hakuba and Myoko Kogen include outdoor activities such as tree adventure navigation, disc golf, rafting and raft making, yoga and fruit picking. Lessons and activities will be conducted in English by professional instructors. 

Kids Summer Coding Camps in Hakuba and Myoko Kogen
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Students can pick two to three subjects of their choice as options for the camp:

Programming (7+ and up)

  • Coding With Minecraft
  • Programming With Python
  • Game Development With Roblox
  • Game Development With Python
  • Fortnite Unreal Engine Game Development
  • Programming (Java, C, C++, Html, Javascript and more: state your preference, subject to availability)

Robotics (7+ and up)

  • Robotics With Arduino
  • Robotics With Sphero and RVR
  • Robotics With 3D Printing

Digital Creatives (7+ and up)

  • 3D Printing
  • Adobe Animate
  • Youtube Vlogging
  • Twitch Game Streaming

Custom Tech (11+ and up)

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Data Science
  • Cyber Security
  • Advanced Robotics: ROS

If you would like to inquire about a subject not listed here, contact Tokyo Coding Club or learn more about the camps here.

Kids Summer Coding Camps in Hakuba and Myoko Kogen
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Camp Dates

Hakuba

  • July 4-9
  • July 25-30
  • Aug. 1-6

Myoko

  • June 27-July 2
  • July 11-16
  • July 18-23

Tokyo

  • July 25-30
  • Aug. 1-6
  • Aug. 8-13

Register for Summer Camps here or visit Tokyo Coding Club for more information.

About Tokyo Coding Club

Kids Summer Coding Camps in Hakuba and Myoko Kogen

Tokyo Coding Club is a year-round after-school and weekend program which serves as a platform for young aspiring engineers and creators (aged 7-18) to study key skills for future employment. The club aims for students to unleash their passion and creativity through computer science and the new world of digital arts, allowing them to realize that they too can be a part of creating the modern world. 

Tokyo Coding Club recently held an inter-school “hackathon” that included students from the American School In Japan, British School in Japan, St. Mary International School and the Indian International School Japan. 

Together with Youth Who Code Japan, Tokyo Coding Club also aims to reach out to underrepresented communities, empowering them with STEM skills and bridging the gender gap in STEM. 

Upcoming events include Japan’s first international Youth Coders’ Summit 2021 and Japan’s all-women university hackathon. Other summer programs include STEM and digital creative programs in Tokyo and online STEM programs.

Kids Summer Coding Camps in Hakuba and Myoko Kogen

Tokyo Coding Club Locations

  • Main Office: 3F 3-24-16 Sunlit Nishiazabu SD Building, Nishi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0031
  • Tokyo American Club (Recreation): 2-1-2 Azabudai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0041
  • Gymboree (Pre-School & Elementary): 2F 3-25-11 Yakumo, Meguro-shi, Tokyo 152-0023
  • Victory International School Saitama: 1-14-20 Chuo, Kasukabe-shi, Saitama-ken 344-0067

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