Developing Model Programs for Youth Education

1. Developing Model Programs for Youth Education 



 (1)Long-Term Nature Experiential Learning Programs That Foster Rich Humanity 

      We conduct long-term nature experience programs for more than 1 week to help young people realize the greatness of nature and the importance of cooperating with their friends.





(2) Experiential Learning Programs to Support Young People Facing Difficulties 
 We conduct specialized experiential learning programs for children facing difficulties, such as bullying, truancy, withdrawal, or internet addiction.

 2. Promoting International Exchange of Youths

 In collaboration with relevant organizations, we engage in activities to promote mutual exchanges between youths, or youth education leaders, as well as to promote experiential exchanges that enhance the understanding of different cultures for youth.

  Japan-Germany Youth leaders Exchange Program
  Japan-Germany Working Youth Exchange Program
  Japan-Germany University Students Exchange Program

  Japan-Micronesia Islands Children Exchange Program
  Japan-Korea University Students Exchange Program
  Japan-Korea High School Students Exchange Program
  Japan-ASEAN Junior High School Students Exchange Program
  International Youth Exchange Program to Celebrate the New Year in Japan
  Japan-China-Korea Children Exchange Program to Make Fairy Tales

 We have signed the exchange agreement with Korea Youth Work Agency in 2012, and have been engaged in the youth exchange program and the staff exchange program. 


 3. Training for Improving the Quality of Youth Educational

Training nature experience educators

  We offer training programs that target educators at youth education facilities or youth groups, as well as faculty training programs (such as seminars on renewing teaching licenses).

taiken no kaze

   (1)“Taiken no Kaze” Campaign (Campaign to Encourage Children to Participate in Experiential Learning Activities)


      We promote “Taiken no kaze” campaign (Campaign to encourage children to participate in experiential learning activities), collaborating with other youth organizations, to enhance the momentum to conduct experiential learning activities throughout society.

Early to Bed, Early to Rise, and Eat Breakfast

   (2) “Early to Bed, Early to Rise, and Eat Breakfast” Campaign

      Proper exercise, balanced diet, and sufficient rest and sleep are important for children to grow healthy.
We promote “Early to bed, early to rise, and eat breakfast” campaign to establish such basic lifestyle habits for children