Mimasu Tokyo

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This is the UK contingent Pre/Post Jamboree Experience where all participants will get the opportunity to explore Tokyo as well as take part in a number of exciting activities. Mimasu Tokyo lasts for 3 nights where members of the contingent will sleep in either a local hotel or the Olympic village and includes the following activities.

Tokyo Sky Tree

All members of the contingent will get to climb the tallest building in Japan and one of the tallest structures on the planet, from the top you can see all of Tokyo and even as far as Mt Fuji on a good day.skytree banner


Earthquake Simulators

All members of the contingent will get the opportunity to experience what an Earth quake feels like and to learn more about disaster management and preparation in Japan. All members of the contingent will get the opportunity to experience what an Earth quake feels like and to learn more about disaster management and preparation in Japan.earthquake


Joypolis

A computer game simulator theme park where the technology culture of Japan will be explored for one evening of the stay. One of the largest indoor theme parks in Japan, is an amusement spot that simply can’t be missed! From an indoor roller coaster to bobsled simulators it’s got the lot! With a wealth of different attractions including thrilling attractions and 3D attractions. We’ll have a awesome time here!joypolis


Tokyo Live

A cultural festival of activities and entertainments to allow all of the units to try their hand at a range of traditional Japanese activities and also to experience some more modern aspects of Japanese teen culture.


Free Time

This makes up a large part of the units stay in Tokyo, where participants will get the chance to work in partnership with their leaders to shape their own experience by planning what they would like to see and do across the city. This could be anything from visiting some shrines, to exploring the imperial palace gardens or the electric city and technology centres.toyko

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