Beaver Scout Colony
We meet about twice a month on Sunday mornings or Saturday afternoons at Arisugawa Park or Iki-Iki Plaza in Minato-ku. Through games, crafts, cooking, and other activities, Beaver Scout become familiar with nature and develop social skills. Sometimes we take a day to go to the countryside for a picnic. There are no activities that require overnight stays. Parents are asked to participate in the activities together with children.
In addition to the registration fee and the annual fee, actual expenses may be collected for one-day activities. Beaver Scout Uniforms will be lent by the group.
Cub Scout Pack
We meet about twice a month on Sunday mornings or Saturday afternoons at Arisugawa Park or Iki-Iki Plaza in Minato-ku. Through activities in groups of different ages, Cub Scout develop a familiarity with nature, leadership and membership. In the spring and summer, there is also a 1-3 night camp at a dormitory to experience the real thrill of working in nature. Parents are asked to help on a rotating basis.
In addition to the registration fee and the annual fee, actual expenses will be charged for overnight activities. Uniforms from the Cub era and above must be purchased.
There are activities about twice a month including Patrol meetings conducted by Scouts only and Troop activities in the open air. Through learning by doing activities, Boy Scout will learn to improve their qualities as good members of society. In the spring and summer, Scout spend 1-5 nights in camp to experience how to secure their own food, clothing, and shelter safely and comfortably in the wilderness. Parents, please keep close communication with leaders and warmly watch over the Scouts’ spontaneous activities.
Venture Scout Unit
Using group work techniques, Venture Scouts will experience advanced outdoor and service activities planned and managed by themselves. The goal of the activity is to enable Scout to think and act on their own and to take responsibility for the results of their actions.
Rover Scout Crew
Self-exploration and self-development of Rover Scout’s own future goals and relationship with society. The goal of the activity is to develop the spirit and physical strength to serve the society.
Introduction Our Group and Fostering Organization
Minato Group No.12, Tokyo Central District, Tokyo Council, Scout Association of Japan is based in Shirogane or Azabu area of Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan.Minato Group No.12 is a Community Based Group without political or religious affiliation with the motto of “Growing up together with Parents and Children”, thus its supporters are mainly parents/guardians of scouts members. We are celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2020. In a family-like atmosphere, we provide activities that help children develop their individuality so that they can play an active role in society in the future.