Honing your sensibilities and knowledge through a range of expression
Tokyo Tech has a wide range of unique cultural clubs in different genres, ranging from music and art to international exchange. You can follow your own ideas to carve out your own world, drawing on your study of specialist topics. Whatever the club, the members work to give expression to the kind of knowledge that Tokyo Tech excels in. Putting their all into a rich variety of cultural pursuits, they hone the creativity they will need as scientists and engineers in charge of creating the future.
With two regular concerts a year, and performances at the Tokyo Tech Festival, we are always busy with practice. This is a student-led club, and one of its biggest selling points is the bonds of camaraderie that form between members as well create music. Enjoy the sounds you create with your fellow members even as you pursue the creation of ever-better music.
Home to people who like drawing and making things. It has quick croquis sketch sessions, longer dessin sessions using plaster sculptures, and outdoor sketching. In addition to your producing your own individual works, we produce works for joint exhibits with other universities and also for the Tokyo Tech Festival.
ESS holds lots of English debates in the course of normal activities so that members can do well in international debate competitions. From daily topics to international affairs, members hone their skills using themes suited to each person's level. One big attraction is getting to know people from other countries at international debates.
IDA's goal is to create a platform where students can directly interact with the community, and contribute to solving social issues through engineering. It has multiple projects going on both in Japan and overseas. When we were first established, most of its members were international students, but now it has more Japanese students, and can take on new projects.
SAGE plans and runs a range of events with the goal of increasing opportunities for Tokyo Tech students to interact with people from other countries, and get students from overseas to understand what Tokyo Tech is about. There are plenty of chances to utilize your own opinions and creativity in its activities, which focus on arranging exchange events and contacts with visitors.
This is a Latin jazz big band club that plays jazz with the hot, passionate rhythms of Latin America. Each band has brass and percussion sections. It performs at concerts, contests, the university festival, sports meets, and more.
The Society designs and creates interiors, accessories, graphics and more through the freedom of our imaginations. In addition to decorating the Café and Gallery at the Tokyo Tech Festival, members enjoy designing all sorts of things and exhibiting them at places like Tokyo Big Sight's Design Festival.
The club is working on creating a planetarium for the Tokyo Tech Festival, so is divided into a Programs Group, Dome Group, Control Group, and Machinery Group, which are all working on this project. Members also take trips to Mt. Fuji for astronomical observations, observing in detail the universe in which we live.
This club is all about honing your juggling skills. Members juggle cigar boxes, clubs, balls, plates, and more in a range of styles. You might hit on your own original technique after mastering the basics through training.
A choir for mixed voices with members from several universities, it has won gold at the National Choral Competition many times. Through gentle, one-on-one instruction from older members and our principal conductor, you will learn to sing with a golden voice.
All members draw on their inspirations to create works that combine analogue and digital technology. It has screenings at the autumn Tokyo Tech Festival, and the Animation Society's works featured at the twice-annual Student Film Festival feature the allure of long-form Japanese animation that has created so many fans around the world.