English Adventure: English ski and summer camps for children, right here in Japan
Summer Camp, July & August 2024 (Updated: April 17, 2024)
We are happy to finally announce the schedule! Registration will open on April 18, at noon. Click here for the updates!

Customer Support Service
Our Customer Support is being provided through telework. For the time being, our service will only be provided by email. Please note that it may take some time to reply to your inquiries. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

Contact email address and Office hours
Email: info@english-adventure.org
Office Hours: 10:00 to 17:00, Monday - Friday (except Japanese public holidays)

Please refer to the link below regarding camp cancellation, camp session change, transportation change, waiting list and frequently asked questions
Camp cancellation, Camp session change, Transportation change, Waiting list
Frequently asked questions

Please register your camper’s information
The health and safety of campers is always first priority at English Adventure, and we need accurate information to fully prepare for your camper's time at camp. To ensure all information is correct, please be sure to register, update, and/or delete your child's health conditions and food allergy information.

  • Real American-style Camps—in Japan!

    All the fun and adventure of a 100% English-only American-style camp experience, right here in Japan. Still learning English? Find out which English level is right for your child.

  • Fun in the Outdoors

    A safe camp is a fun camp. Our approach to camp safety includes carefully designed activities along with rigorous staff selection and training.

  • Every Camper Counts

    Children’s needs and interests change as they grow. Our age-specific program design gives your child the support he or she needs, along with just the right level of adventure to build self-confidence and leadership.

English Adventure's sister organization, NPO Mirai no Mori, creates life-changing outdoor experiences for abused, neglected, and orphaned Japanese children. Learn more about how you can help.