Clubs & Organizations

Every activity pursued with energy and enthusiasm

Sports Clubs

  • Aikido
  • American Football
  • Archery
  • Badminton
  • Baseball
  • Basketball (Men’s / Women’s)
  • Cheerleading (Men’s / Women’s)
  • Cycling
  • Field Hockey (Men’s / Women’s)
  • Golf
  • Handball
  • Ice Skating
  • Japanese Archery
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Kendo
  • Lacrosse (Men’s / Women’s)
  • Motoring
  • Rubber Baseball
  • Rugby
  • Scuba Diving
  • Shorinji Kempo
  • Skiing
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis (Men’s / Women’s)
  • Track & Field
  • Volleyball (Men’s / Women’s)
  • Wandervogel
  • Yachting
Japanese Archery
Japanese Archery
Field Hockey
Field Hockey

Cultural Organizations

  • Advertising
  • Ballroom Dancing
  • Drama
  • Folk Song
  • Literary
  • Musashi University Orchestra
  • Tone Chamber Music Orchestra
  • Art
  • Band
  • English Language
  • Guitar Ensemble
  • Manga
  • Photography
  • Travel
  • Astronomy Club “MOSA”
  • Broadcasting
  • Film
  • Lieder Kranz Choral
  • Modern Jazz
  • Railroad
  • Youth Hostelling
Ballroom Dancing
Ballroom Dancing
Modern Jazz
Modern Jazz
English Language
English Language
Lieder Kranz Choral
Lieder Kranz Choral

Other Organizations

Headquarters & Organizations

  • Athletic Association Headquarters
  • Student Government
  • Cultural Union Headquarters
  • Seminar Association

Independent Organizations

  • Newspaper


  • Four-university Sports Day
  • New Students Welcome
  • Graduation Events
  • Shirakiji Festival Executive
  • Intramural Sports Day

Exchange Student Comment

Passau University student
“In the first week of my semester at Musashi, I joined the swim team. Despite major language difficulties and impasses, the guys soon included me into their group and taught me what it meant to be part of a supportive, united team. Such great ‘team spirit’ was unfamiliar to me. I felt very welcome when everyone tried to integrate me as well as they could. For that, I am thankful.”
The student, Saint Michael’s College, studied at Musashi in 2009-10. Currently an Assistant Language Teacher on the JET Program in Toyama prefecture.
“I chose possibly one of the hardest clubs to join-- Aikido. It was tough, humbling, often times confusing with the language barrier, but the best experience I ever had. Joining a club helped me go from being a foreign student at a Japanese school, to being just a student that had to learn and do the same things as any other club member. This experience helped to fully immerse me in my study abroad experience.”