• Contents of Activities

    Pacific Rim International student Camp mainly consist of three parts below:

    1. <CAMP> Based on over 60 years of experience, we believe that the most effective means of promoting mutual understanding and growing of young-aged people in a limited period of time is communal living in a middle of wilderness. 
    2. <GLOBAL UNDERSTANDING EDUCATION> Throughout programs in our camp, participants have opportunities to learn language, culture and custom of other countries and improve their open-minded personality. 
    3. <HOMESTAY> Participants from abroad stay with local families for a few days during our project, where they can learn a current home life and a daily habit in Japan. Homestay program will be held with co-sponsorship by Nishikatsura town, Yamanashi prefecture.

    Objectives of International Camp Project

    1. Deepen international understanding throughout activities among young people.
    2. Provide participants abroad with opportunities to see Japan true self.


    Objectives of Camp

    1. Provide a character-building experience by encouraging friendship, leadership, and followership.
    2. Mutual understanding and personality building, exchanging their daily school lives, pop cultures, future dreams and other things.

    3. Strives to educate the campers about nature and deepen their appreciation for the environment.

  • Camp Program

    In order to help meet the challenges of globalization, PRIC aims to promote cultural appreciation and international friendship through close interaction day in and day out among the campers. It is a miniature version of the highly diversified Pacific Rim in a Japanese setting. The camp’s goal is to help the campers learn the importance of personal contribution in building a multinational society based on friendship.

    The camp is conducted mostly in English language with some Japanese. It takes place in three terms: Pre-Camp, Main Camp and Post-Camp. We prepare and organize each programs so that campers can participate proactively. By the way, planning and operating the camp programs is mainly supported by the past participants, who are now university students and working adults in various areas.


    <Campers from abroad: CFAs>: 6 nights 7 days

    <Campers from Japan : CFJs>: 1 night 2 days

    CFAs adapt to a new circumstance and prepare for main camp programs. They find here traditional and contemporary Japan, both in culture and technology, as well as city life. Also, they will have a homestay program in local town and exchange with local students.


    CFJs get together at the closest station to the camp site and enter the camp site in advance of CFAs. Even if all the participants are Japanese in the pre-camp for CFJs, it is operated in English, and the CFJs prepare for communicating and having a presentation in English throughout an orientation.


    7 nights 8 days

    CFJs and CFAs, from twelve countries and one area, have a variety of outdoor activities (ex. camp fire, orienteering, outdoor cooking) in the surrounding mountains and lakes, cultural exchange program presenting countries and regions each other, Japanese cultural exchange in tea ceremony and other activities.


    2 nights 3 days

    CFAs go back to and stay in Tokyo after the main camp. They see around Tokyo attend a farewell party, and prepare for return to their home countries.

  • Past Report

    You can get more information from past report.