Japan Summer Programs for High School Students

a photo of Japan summer high school program
This junior Japan Summer program is open to high school or middle students age 14-18, it operates as a summer camp type of setting with a broad spectrum of culture, trips and activities and homestay with our warm hearted host families. The key feature of this program (camp) is homestay to allow students to immerse in the local language and culture, and interact with local people.  The trips and culture lessons are to complement the language classes to make a fun and enriching experience.

    The Youth Immersion program (Tokyo E) is designed for those students who want to focus on language learning along with intense culture experiences.  Students spend full day on language and culture classes, and  involve lots of time to with local families to experience the local culture, the host families in this group are very committe and willing to spend much time to share the local culture with our students.  Group trips are also included during week days. It has beginner and intermediate Japanese level classes.  The program provides supervision to all students, and all stay with their host families.

    The Culture Discovery Programs (tokyo A, B & C) are designed for students who wants a mix of language learning, culture experience, trips and free time to explore the city themselves.  This stream has option of homestay and dormitory, please note that the dormitory in Japan is different from

The stream has classes for all levels.  Limited supervision is provided in this program, and students are expected to be independent, this stream will be a mix group of college and high school age students with college students at majority.

  Our students come from different countries around the world, from USA, Canada, and European countries, etc. It is a great opportunity to make new friends.

Age requirements:

age 14-18 by the program start date.


  • To request a brochure, please send an email to: consultant@langubridge.org, please write "Japan summer brochure: high school" in the subject line.
A high school summer Japan student video (from Kalia Xiong)