Camp Ayla is a bilingual seasonal camp that is offered during spring, summer and winter breaks. The program is conducted in a dual-language environment (Japanese and English).
It also offers a fun and safe environment where kids can build self-confidence, make friends and learn something new.
Kids at Camp Ayla are able to focus on either one particular area of their interest, or they can choose to have a variety of activities to enjoy during their camp stay. The options are flexible and most of our programs are suitable to accommodate your kid’s needs. Our program includes art, cooking and dance camps, sports and academic activities. Our camps provide all the traditional and recreational activities that have become a distinguished aspect of camps.
At Camp Ayla, we work to nurture the development of all our kids as we assist them in building strong relationships, strengthening their self-confidence, and challenge themselves doing new skills. It is our goal that they approach the future with more courage and confidence due to the experiences that they have at camp.
Reminder: All paid fees are non-refundable nor transferable under any circumstances.
Sports: yoga fitness water play soccer baseball dodge ball
Adventure: jungle gym bugs searching nature walks outdoors
Academic: business computers math science literacy ESL JSL
Others: culture exchange talent show team building trips
Transportation to and from camp: Not provided.
Items to bring: Bug spray, sun block, hat, sunglasses and clean towels daily.
Health and safety is our top priority.
Camp Ayla is located in the heart of Tokyo in the Minato-ku area. Its location is in Shirokanedai surrounded by great museums, parks and nature.
Our kids enjoy structured, well-rounded programs, as well as short field trips.
Separation of older children from younger:
Our program is a mixed-age group program, but we do separate children during activities and learning time, in two age groups (2-4 year-olds, 4-9 year-olds).
We encourage children to eat with chopsticks during mealtime.
Our commonly used form of discipline for children is called “thinking time.”It is a cooling off period. We usually discuss what happened and what can be done instead.The child is also given the opportunity to practice the correct behavior.
*subject to change without notice.