Weekend "Back to Nature program"

by NPO Mirai no Mori
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Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Weekend "Back to Nature program"
Jul 1, 2019

1 month left till Summer Camp 2019!

Thank you card from campers
Thank you card from campers

Our largest Summer Camp ever!
We now have 110 participants signed up for this year’s Summer Camp! That's an increase of almost 50% from last year, and this year’s camp is sure to be a historic one! We are looking forward to Camp Magic again this year.
Thank you very much for your continued support, and stay tuned for camp reports!

April Back to Nature program report: Touch Rugby program - Year of Rugby at Mirai no Mori!
We introduced Touch Rugby at our weekend program. It was the first time for us to host a rugby program, and it was a great opportunity for the campers to experience this incredible sport! We believe the campers and LITs had new inspiration and further broaden their horizon, not just through the sport but by being amongst many great role models.


May Back to Nature program report: Hiking program - Hiking in the rain!
The rainy season was in full effect, but that didn't stop from having a great fun during the hiking in Mitake! It was not an easy hike, with slippery and muddy trail, but we hope these experiences will help campers to gain a broader perspective for the nature and their own ability.

LIT program report:
April: The LITs worked on clarifying their personal goals for this year’s program, and came up with a list of tasks that they can do at each program. They will be working on them from the next program onward! Then we welcomed an actor from Pirates of Tokyo Bay for an improvisation workshop to brush up on the listening and leading skills. It was a unique and a great way to learn about communication and leadership!
May: It was another fully packed weekend for our LIT participants! After playing the important roles during the hike with 80 participants, we welcomed a lecturer from Wilderness Medical Associates Japan to learn the thinking process and the practice of saving lives in an emergency situation. On Monday, we were invited to visit Morgan Stanley's Tokyo office. It was a great opportunity for them to see a workplace and find out about the financial industry.
Hiking in the rain
Hiking in the rain
Touch Rugby "We did it!"
Touch Rugby "We did it!"
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NPO Mirai no Mori

Location: Minato-ku, Tokyo - Japan
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Twitter: @Mirai_no_Mori
Project Leader:
Kozue Oka
Minato-ku, Japan
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