Greetings from the U.S. student's representative
Dvided into groups and introduce themselves
English games12:30 Lunch
Beach volley, Frisby, soccer
Face painting、Tattoo、Henna18:00 Dinner
Photo frames, bracelets11:45 Lunch
Knot the rope⇒Names and functions of parts of a yacht⇒Let's on board!18:00 Dinner
Walk around the Island
BBQ for lunch
（Banana boat, Snorkeling）
（rest under the beach umbrella）17:00 Back to the port
（Broken telephone, Charades,
Three-legged race etc..）
2D photo frame for the winner18:00 Dinner
Might get a big one? Let's try！17:00 Dinner, Campfire and s'mores
Songs, Dances, shows, musical performances etc..11:45 Lunch
The only one yacht in Japan!
On board the "Fuzzy"！16:00 English games at the park
End of the camp
Since this camp program was mainly designed for Japanese children, U.S. students who wish to join this camp only need to pay the costs between your country and Okinawa. Our staff will welcome you at the airport in Okinawa on the first day of the camp. Activities, rooms, meals and transportations written on the camp schedule will not be the expenses of you.
We are accepting applications from students who belong to colleges or universities in the U.S.. At this camp, you will be welcomed as group leaders of Japanese children, so please prepare yourself to follow your role during the camp. We believe you will have great experience by joining this camp as well as enjoying yourself in one of the most popular resort in Japan!
Enjoy painting, crafting！
Feeling the sun, face-painting on the beach, teach children how to craft.
English karuta competition!
Who gets the winner prize? everybody ready to gets off? Have fun!
Frisby makes more fun!
Not many Japanese have tried frisby. You know, it is kind of cool sports to try. have more fun!
The only one in Japan！
wanna try the luxury catamaran yatch? Feel the wind with the south african made "Fuzzy".
enjoy one of the most beautiful sea!
It is a waste of time if you didn't try marine sports in this Island.
It is very important for children to learn how you show your appreciation to the society.