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Japan Japan: Ikata 22-02 (NICE-22L-IK02)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   21/05/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

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Agricultural
Environmental
2
Place(s)
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Fee

USD 773 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 51000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
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Details on the project

Age
18 - 99
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest airport is Matsuyama airport from which it takes 2.5 hours by bus to the project site. However, volunteers need to join On Arrival and Evaluation Seminars in Osaka, so firstly should arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will help mandarin farming (It is the main work!! Harvesting, taking care of trees, cutting grass etc., it depend on season! Especially, Nov. to April. is hard!!), support local youth club (If you have chance) and create new activities to animate the town.

Accomodation and food

Shared room (male and female are separated) at the volunteer’s house. It is traditional Japanese style house. Volunteers will cook by themselves.

Location and leisure

In the edge of Sata Peninsula, surrounded by the sea, so fishing is also famous. There are only 30 houses in this community. The climate is relatively warm though it can be cold in winter.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger), organized together with Kikuya Community Group (KCG) since 2008, formed by the local young people to think of the future of their small village. Ikata is famous for its main industry of mandarins farming, but has been facing depopulation, lack of workers and aging society since most of young people leave the town. So, the number of abandoned
mandarin farms is increasing and the town is losing its tradition, life, custom and scenery. KCG strongly hopes to host vols. to work together to animate the town and revive the farms.

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will have opportunities learning organic mandarin farming.
    - Other activities
    Join the local events, many opportunities to learn the local wisdom, etc. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/ Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project reparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to work hard and to learn and speak Japanese language. Respect for the local cultures and way of the local organization. Interests in agriculture. Be ready that work is for quite a long and hard.
Japan Japan: Ikata 22-03 (NICE-22L-IK03)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   13/08/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

Tags

Agricultural
Environmental
2
Place(s)
left

Fee

USD 883 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 66000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
Close

Details on the project

Age
18 - 99
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest airport is Matsuyama airport from which it takes 2.5 hours by bus to the project site. However, volunteers need to join On Arrival and Evaluation Seminars in Osaka, so firstly should arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will help mandarin farming (It is the main work!! Harvesting, taking care of trees, cutting grass etc., it depend on season! Especially, Nov. to April. is hard!!), support local youth club (If you have chance) and create new activities to animate the town.

Accomodation and food

Shared room (male and female are separated) at the volunteer’s house. It is traditional Japanese style house. Volunteers will cook by themselves.

Location and leisure

In the edge of Sata Peninsula, surrounded by the sea, so fishing is also famous. There are only 30 houses in this community. The climate is relatively warm though it can be cold in winter.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger), organized together with Kikuya Community Group (KCG) since 2008, formed by the local young people to think of the future of their small village. Ikata is famous for its main industry of mandarins farming, but has been facing depopulation, lack of workers and aging society since most of young people leave the town. So, the number of abandoned
mandarin farms is increasing and the town is losing its tradition, life, custom and scenery. KCG strongly hopes to host vols. to work together to animate the town and revive the farms.

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will have opportunities learning organic mandarin farming.
    - Other activities
    Join the local events, many opportunities to learn the local wisdom, etc. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/ Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project reparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to work hard and to learn and speak Japanese language. Respect for the local cultures and way of the local organization. Interests in agriculture. Be ready that work is for quite a long and hard.
Japan Japan: Ikata 22-04 (NICE-22L-IK04)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   05/11/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

Tags

Agricultural
Environmental
2
Place(s)
left

Fee

USD 1015 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 84000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
Close

Details on the project

Age
18 - 99
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest airport is Matsuyama airport from which it takes 2.5 hours by bus to the project site. However, volunteers need to join On Arrival and Evaluation Seminars in Osaka, so firstly should arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will help mandarin farming (It is the main work!! Harvesting, taking care of trees, cutting grass etc., it depend on season! Especially, Nov. to April. is hard!!), support local youth club (If you have chance) and create new activities to animate the town.

Accomodation and food

Shared room (male and female are separated) at the volunteer’s house. It is traditional Japanese style house. Volunteers will cook by themselves.

Location and leisure

In the edge of Sata Peninsula, surrounded by the sea, so fishing is also famous. There are only 30 houses in this community. The climate is relatively warm though it can be cold in winter.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger), organized together with Kikuya Community Group (KCG) since 2008, formed by the local young people to think of the future of their small village. Ikata is famous for its main industry of mandarins farming, but has been facing depopulation, lack of workers and aging society since most of young people leave the town. So, the number of abandoned
mandarin farms is increasing and the town is losing its tradition, life, custom and scenery. KCG strongly hopes to host vols. to work together to animate the town and revive the farms.

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will have opportunities learning organic mandarin farming.
    - Other activities
    Join the local events, many opportunities to learn the local wisdom, etc. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/ Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project reparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to work hard and to learn and speak Japanese language. Respect for the local cultures and way of the local organization. Interests in agriculture. Be ready that work is for quite a long and hard.
Japan Japan: Akame 22-03 (NICE-22L-AK03)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   13/08/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

Tags

Environmental
Agricultural
2
Place(s)
left

Fee

USD 883 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 66000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
Close

Details on the project

Age
18 - 30
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest international airport is Osaka. From Osaka to the project, it takes 1-2 hours by train. Volunteer needs to arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will do various types of activities such as 1) forest conservation (cutting trees, branches and maintaining the footpaths, etc.), 2) agricultural work (taking care of the chickens raised by the free range farming, slaughtering too old chickens (#), harvesting and packaging mushrooms, etc.) and 3) organizing some environmental events (e.g., to collect edible wild plants, nature observation) in the mountains. #: It's hard for ASSK to keep feeding too old chickens since they don't bear the eggs anymore and feeding is quite costly. Most chicken farms ask the special company to just kill and "throw away" as if they are rubbish with paying 15 yen per chicken, but ASSK does not support this and eats by themselves with deeply appreciating to their value of life.

Accomodation and food

Small traditional house, on the premises of ASSK. Volunteers will cook the meals by themselves.

Location and leisure

Kami-mitani area of Nabari city, 60 km from Osaka. There are famous falls nearby many hikers visit.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) and SDGs 15 (Life on Land), organized together with a local environmental Non-profit organization (NPO) Akame no SATOYAMA wo Sodateru Kai (ASSK) since 1998. Since this area is close from big cities Osaka and Nagoya, there were plans to build a golf field and an incinerator, but local people stopped those plans by the movement called National Trust. They founded the group in 1996 to collect donations to buy and protect lands, to accept people who want to enjoy nature, to maintain forests, to create a pond for dragonflies, to host national corps meeting, etc. SATOYAMA needs to be maintained by humans for its biodiversity and water adjustment function. Our ancestors had protected and utilized the forest in ecological and sustainable way, which was neglected by modernization. We will try to revive it by global voluntary power!!

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will acquire the knowledge of conserving SATOYAMA and solving the environmental issues.
    - Other activities
    Many opportunities to learn the local wisdom. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/ Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project preparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to learn and speak Japanese language and work hard with simple mountain life in a remote area without colleagues. Respect for the local culture and way of the local organization. Interests in environment issues. Open mind and flexibility.
Japan Japan: Akame 22-02 (NICE-22L-AK02)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   21/05/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

Tags

Environmental
Agricultural
2
Place(s)
left

Fee

USD 773 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 51000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
Close

Details on the project

Age
18 - 30
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest international airport is Osaka. From Osaka to the project, it takes 1-2 hours by train. Volunteer needs to arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will do various types of activities such as 1) forest conservation (cutting trees, branches
and maintaining the footpaths, etc.), 2) agricultural work (taking care of the chickens raised by the free range farming, slaughtering too old chickens (#), harvesting and packaging mushrooms, etc.) and 3) organizing some environmental events (e.g., to collect edible wild plants, nature observation) in the mountains. #: It's hard for ASSK to keep feeding too old chickens since they don't bear the eggs anymore and feeding is quite costly. Most chicken farms ask the special company to just kill and "throw away" as if they are rubbish with paying 15 yen per chicken, but ASSK does not support this and eats by themselves with deeply appreciating to their value of life.

Accomodation and food

Small traditional house, on the premises of ASSK. Volunteers will cook the meals by themselves.

Location and leisure

Kami-mitani area of Nabari city, 60 km from Osaka. There are famous falls nearby many hikers visit.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) and SDGs 15 (Life on Land), organized together with a local environmental Non-profit organization (NPO) Akame no SATOYAMA wo Sodateru Kai (ASSK) since 1998. Since this area is close from big cities Osaka and Nagoya, there were plans to build a golf field and an incinerator, but local people stopped those plans by the movement called National Trust. They founded the group in 1996 to collect donations to buy and protect lands, to accept people who want to enjoy nature, to maintain forests, to create a pond for dragonflies, to host national corps meeting, etc. SATOYAMA needs to be maintained by humans for its biodiversity and water adjustment function. Our ancestors had protected and utilized the forest in ecological and sustainable way, which was neglected by modernization. We will try to revive it by global voluntary power!!

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will acquire the knowledge of conserving SATOYAMA and solving the environmental issues.
    - Other activities
    Many opportunities to learn the local wisdom. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/
    Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project preparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to learn and speak Japanese language and work hard with simple mountain life in a remote area without colleagues. Respect for the local culture and way of the local organization. Interests in environment issues. Open mind and flexibility.
Japan Japan: Akame 22-04 (NICE-22L-AK04)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   05/11/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

Tags

Environmental
Agricultural
2
Place(s)
left

Fee

USD 1015 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 84000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
Close

Details on the project

Age
18 - 30
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest international airport is Osaka. From Osaka to the project, it takes 1-2 hours by train. Volunteer needs to arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will do various types of activities such as 1) forest conservation (cutting trees, branches and maintaining the footpaths, etc.), 2) agricultural work (taking care of the chickens raised by the free range farming, slaughtering too old chickens (#), harvesting and packaging mushrooms, etc.) and 3) organizing some environmental events (e.g., to collect edible wild plants, nature observation) in the mountains. #: It's hard for ASSK to keep feeding too old chickens since they don't bear the eggs anymore and feeding is quite costly. Most chicken farms ask the special company to just kill and "throw away" as if they are rubbish with paying 15 yen per chicken, but ASSK does not support this and eats by themselves with deeply appreciating to their value of life.

Accomodation and food

Small traditional house, on the premises of ASSK. Volunteers will cook the meals by themselves.

Location and leisure

Small traditional house, on the premises of ASSK. Volunteers will cook the meals by themselves.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) and SDGs 15 (Life on Land), organized together with a local environmental Non-profit organization (NPO) Akame no SATOYAMA wo Sodateru Kai (ASSK) since 1998. Since this area is close from big cities Osaka and Nagoya, there were plans to build a golf field and an incinerator, but local people stopped those plans by the movement called National Trust. They founded the group in 1996 to collect donations to buy and protect lands, to accept people who want to enjoy nature, to maintain forests, to create a pond for dragonflies, to host national corps meeting, etc. SATOYAMA needs to be maintained by humans for its biodiversity and water adjustment function. Our ancestors had protected and utilized the forest in ecological and sustainable way, which was neglected by modernization. We will try to revive it by global voluntary power!!

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will acquire the knowledge of conserving SATOYAMA and solving the environmental issues.
    - Other activities
    Many opportunities to learn the local wisdom. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/ Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project preparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to learn and speak Japanese language and work hard with simple mountain life in a remote area without colleagues. Respect for the local culture and way of the local organization. Interests in environment issues. Open mind and flexibility.
Japan Japan: Ikata 22-01 (NICE-22L-IK01)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   26/02/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

Tags

Agricultural
Environmental
2
Place(s)
left

Fee

USD 620 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 30000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
Close

Details on the project

Age
18 - 99
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest airport is Matsuyama airport from which it takes 2.5 hours by bus to the project site. However, volunteers need to join On Arrival and Evaluation Seminars in Osaka, so firstly should arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will help mandarin farming (It is the main work!! Harvesting, taking care of trees, cutting grass etc., it depend on season! Especially, Nov. to April. is hard!!), support local youth club (If you have chance) and create new activities to animate the town.

Accomodation and food

Shared room (male and female are separated) at the volunteer’s house. It is traditional Japanese style house. Volunteers will cook by themselves.

Location and leisure

In the edge of Sata Peninsula, surrounded by the sea, so fishing is also famous. There are only 30 houses in this community. The climate is relatively warm though it can be cold in winter.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger), organized together with Kikuya Community Group (KCG) since 2008, formed by the local young people to think of the future of their small village. Ikata is famous for its main industry of mandarins farming, but has been facing depopulation, lack of workers and aging society since most of young people leave the town. So, the number of abandoned
mandarin farms is increasing and the town is losing its tradition, life, custom and scenery. KCG strongly hopes to host vols. to work together to animate the town and revive the farms.

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will have opportunities learning organic mandarin farming.
    - Other activities
    Join the local events, many opportunities to learn the local wisdom, etc. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/ Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project reparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to work hard and to learn and speak Japanese language. Respect for the local cultures and way of the local organization. Interests in agriculture. Be ready that work is for quite a long and hard.
Japan Japan: Akame 22-01 (NICE-22L-AK01)

Dates

10/12/2022   -   26/02/2023

Feedback from 38 volunteers

Tags

Environmental
Agricultural
2
Place(s)
left

Fee

USD 620 i Fee is paid in two installments:

USD 400 to be paid now.
JPY 30000 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
Close

Details on the project

Age
18 - 30
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
2
Languages spoken
English
Nearest airport
Osaka (KIX)
Nearest bus/train station
The nearest international airport is Osaka. From Osaka to the project, it takes 1-2 hours by train. Volunteer needs to arrive at Osaka (Kansai) airport by 08:00 on the first day and can leave there from 18:00 on the last day.

Work

Volunteers will do various types of activities such as 1) forest conservation (cutting trees, branches and maintaining the footpaths, etc.), 2) agricultural work (taking care of the chickens raised by the free range farming, slaughtering too old chickens (#), harvesting and packaging mushrooms, etc.) and 3) organizing some environmental events (e.g., to collect edible wild plants, nature observation) in the mountains. #: It's hard for ASSK to keep feeding too old chickens since they don't bear the eggs anymore and feeding is quite costly. Most chicken farms ask the special company to just kill and "throw away" as if they are rubbish with paying 15 yen per chicken, but ASSK does not support this and eats by themselves with deeply appreciating to their value of life.

Accomodation and food

Small traditional house, on the premises of ASSK. Volunteers will cook the meals by themselves.

Location and leisure

Kami-mitani area of Nabari city, 60 km from Osaka. There are famous falls nearby many hikers visit.

Project hosted by

This project is actively working for SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) and SDGs 15 (Life on Land), organized together with a local environmental Non-profit organization (NPO) Akame no SATOYAMA wo Sodateru Kai (ASSK) since 1998. Since this area is close from big cities Osaka and Nagoya, there were plans to build a golf field and an incinerator, but local people stopped those plans by the movement called National Trust. They founded the group in 1996 to collect donations to buy and protect lands, to accept people who want to enjoy nature, to maintain forests, to create a pond for dragonflies, to host national corps meeting, etc. SATOYAMA needs to be maintained by humans for its biodiversity and water adjustment function. Our ancestors had protected and utilized the forest in ecological and sustainable way, which was neglected by modernization. We will try to revive it by global voluntary power!!

Additional comments

  • Study theme
    Volunteers will acquire the knowledge of conserving SATOYAMA and solving the environmental issues.
    - Other activities
    Many opportunities to learn the local wisdom. Sightseeing, short trip (hot springs, famous places here).
    - Other
    Volunteers can choose to stay for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The first/ last 2 days are On Arrival Seminar/ Evaluation Seminars around Osaka. They may have several free days in the new year period.

Requirements

  • Participation fee
    12,000 JPY (86 USD by the rate on 2022 Sep. 2nd) per month till the 3rd month and 6,000 JPY per month from the 4th month of "NICE Volunteers" fee need to be paid in advance either by Card or PayPal. This is used for the project preparation/ coordination such as the transportation of the camp leaders while the meals and the accommodation are provided by the local host by free.
  • Requirement
    Some Japanese speaking skill (manage to have basic daily conversation). High motivation to learn and speak Japanese language and work hard with simple mountain life in a remote area without colleagues. Respect for the local culture and way of the local organization. Interests in environment issues. Open mind and flexibility.