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Each area is classified as follows:

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  • Kita-tama
    Tachikawa Musashino 
    Mitaka Fuchu Akishima
    Chofu Koganei Kodaira
    Kokubunji Kunitachi
    Komae Higashiyamato
    Kiyose Higashikurume
    Nishitokyo このエリアへ移動
  • Minami-tama
    Hachioji Machida Hino
    Tama Inagi このエリアへ移動
  • Nishi-tama
    Akiruno Ome Fussa 
    Hamura Mizuho Hinode
    Hinohara Okutama このエリアへ移動
  • Tosho
    Oshima Toshima 
    Niijima Kouzushima
    Miyake Mikurajima
    Hachijo Aogashima
    Ogasawara このエリアへ移動

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International Youth Association of Japan K.S.K.K

International Youth Association of Japan K.S.K.K

Group Overview

KSKK was authorized and licensed by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology as a non-profit organization in October, 1978. The key aim of the organization was to further develop and enhance opportunities for international relations between Japanese youth and those from other countries; thereby building reciprocal relationships.
Young people have a growing interest in the world around them and are able to cope with many differing situations. KSKK activities provide them with a variety of challenging programs that nurture their curiosity about the world, help them to gain social understanding and develop their personality as excellent human beings.
Exchange programs enables our youth to share common interests and concerns. Through such experiences we hope that Japanese young people will gain a range of skills and attributes: greater independence, more social skills, cooperative spirits, and the ability to recognize and appreciate other cultures in order to obtain greater understanding of international issues.
Thus, KSKK has proved it is worthy of international trust. In cooperation with other Japanese youth organizations, KSKK has fulfilled its social responsibility not only towards Japanese youth but with young people throughout the world.

Consultations for Foreign Residents

Languages English
Phone 03-6417-9721


  • ・Volunteer Registration
  • ・International Events & Lectures
◆ About
Address 4F. No.3 Hanada Bldg., 7-15-4 Nishigotanda, Shinagawa-ku
Tel 03-6417-9721
Area All areas of Tokyo *Activities are held domestically and internationally.
Open Weekday 10:00 ~ 18:00

Please visit the official website or contact the municipality and organizations for further details.

  • Inquiry Counters in Tokyo and a List of Links
  • GO TOKYO Official Tokyo Travel Guide
  • TOKYO International Communication Committee
  • Volunteer Nihongo Class Guide

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