Like most universities, Temple University Japan offers a catalog of clubs that students can get involved in. Clubs are a great way for students to meet new people and impact school culture. Temple University has a total of 18 organizations, with the new addition of the Radio Station. The Fashion Club is currently inactive, but could be active again soon.
Recreation & Sports Clubs
If you are looking to break a sweat or enter a new sport, one of these clubs may be for you!
Futsal, for those that may not know, is soccer. This club’s goal is to play soccer and get to know one another better. Please contact one of the leaders of this club, Dhiraj or Rikito, for meeting times.
Mototsports and Karting Club
The Cycling Club
The Kali Club
Pekiti-Tirsia-Kali is a Filipino martial art that use edged/impact/improvised weapons. The Kali Club aims to help members improve hand coordination and overall fitness. Meetings are twice a week, Tuesdays and TBD near the Ichigaya Station. Contact Benjamin or Savon with any questions.
Volleyball Club does not require any prior experience or skill set, as they are very welcoming. Meetings are held at the Minato City Sports Center every Wednesday from 19:30-22:00. Reach out to Robert or Aravind for additional details.
Music & Media Clubs
The A Cappella Club
Performance and Video Production Club
Temple Radio Station
Video Gaming Club
The Dungeons and Dragons Club
The Philosophy Cafe welcomes all; bring your own snack or drink and stop by on Fridays from 11:30-12:30 to engage in discussions. Members can come and go as they please. Talk to Sayaka or Victoria if you have any other questions.
Fashion Club is currently inactive, stay tuned for updates.
The Journalism Club
The Journalism Club, also the Student Newspaper, covers similar content as the Radio Station with the audience also being Temple University Japan students. The Journalism Club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 15:50-17:30. William or Cory are very helpful leaders.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Association