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Summer Camp 2024:
The Home of Mt. Fuji

WELCOME
PARENTS  OF THE WORLD!

The 17th IACE Summer Camp program takes place in Shizuoka, the home of Mt. Fuji!  You will have the opportunity to attend local schools while homestaying with a local family. Discover the local lifestyle, schools, nature, and culture at the foot of Mt. Fuji, Japan’s iconic symbol. IACE staff will handle all aspects of the program, including educational excursions to Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Hiroshima. The trip has it all. Best Youth Summer Camp Program ever !

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SUMMER CAMP 2024:
THE HOME OF MT. FUJI

$3,990 per participant

Summer Camp Dates: 

6/28 (Fri) to 7/10 (Wed), 13 Days in total


*Program starts from Japan. IACE Travel will help arrange your ticket or you can arrange on your own. Please be sure to arrive Japan by Friday, June 28th.

Number of Participants:

Minimum of 6,
Maximum of 10

 

APPLICABLE AGE:
 

From 13 year old to 18 year old

 

*The best experience is intended for High School students. However, Junior-high students are able to participate as well.

STARTING & FINISH LOCATIONS
 

Program Start: Tokyo

Program Finish: Tokyo

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Local School

Home Stay

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Friendship

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Education

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Activities

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Sightseeing

Included

・Accommodation 
・Meals/12 breakfast, 6 lunch, 11 dinner
・Transportation (all train, bus and other transportation included in the itinerary) 
・School Visit
・Homestay
・All Planned Activities and admissions

 Not Included

・Travel Insurance
・Food and beverage expenses not included in the itinerary, such as lunch at the school cafeteria
・Cell phone/Wifi  rental /SIM Card
・Additional services and options not included in the tour at the facilities visited 
・Other personal expenses

Summer Camp 2024:
Routes and Itinerary

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Thursday, June 27

Depart from U.S cities. Please make your own way to Haneda Airport.

Friday, June 28 / Tokyo       

Arrive at Haneda Airport. Representative of IACE will greet you at the arrival lobby and assist you with your hotel transfer.

Saturday, June 29 / Tokyo

Welcome to Tokyo, a city where ancient temples coexist with towering skyscrapers, and tranquil gardens are just steps away from bustling city streets. As a leading destination for travelers from around the world, Tokyo offers an array of unforgettable sightseeing experiences. To kick off our journey, we'll go sightseeing to Tokyo's must-see spots.

Sunday, June 30 / Shizuoka

Enjoy a  “Shinkansen” to Shizuoka, the Magestic Home of Mt. Fuji. About 1 hour from Tokyo, Shizuoka is a leader of  tea production in Japan. About 40% of Japanese Green Tea is grown in Shizuoka. In a stunning view of Mt. Fuji, experience local Japanese life far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
 

  • Nihondaira

  • Kunozan Toshogu

Monday, July 1 / Homestay

First day of school and meet your host family!

Tuesday, July 2 / Homestay

Second day of school. Explore the city of Shizuoka after school.

Wednesday, July 3 / Homestay

Third day of school. 

Thursday, July 4 / Homestay

Enjoy a break from school and visit Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center, Shizuoka to learn about Mt. Fuji. As you have enough knowledge of Mt. Fuji, let's hike the 5th station of Mt. Fuji to refresh your mind and body.

Friday, July 5 / Homestay

Fourth day of school. Visit green tea farm and learn about green tea. Learn all about how Japanese tea is made, from farming to processing

Saturday, July 6 / Kyoto

Enjoy the last day in Shizuoka with your host family. We will head to  Japan’s ancient capital, Kyoto by Shinkansen.

Sunday, July 7 / Kyoto

The city of Kyoto has 117 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, over 1,600 Buddhist temples and over 400 Shinto shrines, we will visit some of them. This is a great opportunity to  learn about Japanese history.

Monday, July 8 / Hiroshima

Today's destination is Hiroshima, a place defined by peace. Traveling to Hiroshima will take a round trip bullet train. After visiting Miyajima, a UNESCO World Heritage site, we will enjoy a river boat ride to visit the Peace Memorial Museum. Walk along the city's tree-lined avenues and enjoy Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki for dinner! 

*The accommodation will be in Kyoto

Tuesday, July 9 / Osaka

A Food Lover’s Paradise, Osaka! the term kuidaore (or “eat until you drop”) is used to describe Osaka’s food culture. Take a stroll along the canal street and see neon signs and the famous Glico Man in the Dotombori area.

*The accommodation will be in Kyoto

Monday, July 10

Last day. We will take a bullet train back to Tokyo. The camp will end at Haneda Airport. Say “Sayonara” to Japan.

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