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Tokyo Coding Club

Minato-Ku NishiAzabu 3-24-16 Sunlit Nishiazabu SD Building 3rd Floor

港区, 東京都 106-0031

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Animations, Design and Videos! Tokyo's #1 Free Creative Club for Digital arts and video.

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Make new friends in Tokyo and join us onsite in our office or online via Zoom.

Tokyo Coding Club offers a new service, Tokyo Creative Club where you can:

  • Discus how to make videos or effects for Youtube, Twitch or other platforms
  • Share ideas about your animations and designs
  • Express your creative ideas and help others with theirs
  • Learn new techniques at our monthly seminar

This community includes students from:

  • American School In Japan
  • St. Mary's International School
  • Nishimachi International School
  • Tokyo International School
  • ... and many more!

Date and Time: Every Saturday at 11:00 am to 12:30 pm and every Sunday 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm.

Where: At our office Minato-Ku, Nishi Azabu 3-24-16 Sunlit Nishiazabu SD Building 3rd Floor, Tokyo 106-0031.

For current students, or any general questions please contact us at info@tokyocodingclub.com to register

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The Tokyo Coding Club is a year-round after school/weekend program which serves as a platform for young aspiring engineers and designers (aged 7-18) to study key skills for future employment. The club aims for students to unleash their passion and creativity through computer science and the new world of digital arts, allowing them to realize that they too can be a part of the creating the modern world.

Currently with more than 100 students, TCC offers a variety of courses that include coding, robotics, game development, design, animations, and more! For younger students, they incorporate fun and comprehensible gaming platforms for their coding classes, and Lego sets in their robotics classes, to make their learning experience fun and interactive. The classes are held without rigidly structured classrooms and are instead taught in small groups, helping to keep the learning environment more intimate and easier for students to ask questions.

 

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