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Official - Belongs to Culture Club Union

Camera Club

Japanese Name:


Keio Camera Club is the only authorized club of camera/photography in Keio University. Our members range from beginners who started using cameras in university, to experienced photographers who know a lot about cameras and photography. After school and on holidays, we participate in photo sessions and go to take photos around the Tokyo metropolitan area. We also hold various events like Freshman Exhibition, Big Six Photo Exhibition, and Waseda-Keio Exhibition. The biggest exhibition is Mitasai, which more than 2000 visitors came to. KCC is a club where you can communicate with your cameras, your photos and your friends. Beginners and experienced photographers, freshmen and current students are all welcomed.

Orientation Schedule

April 2
14:00 - 15:30
Fourth Building Section A J412
April 3
14:00 - 15:30
Fourth Building Section B 13
April 4
14:00 - 15:30
Fourth Building Section B 13


Activity Information

Activity Days


Activity Locations

Hiyoshi, Mita

Activity Base


Yearly Schedule

​Spring (Apr. - Jun.)

Spring and New Year Photo Session

Summer (Jul. - Sep.)

summer training camp

Autum (Oct. - Dec.)

Mita Festival Photo Exhibition

Winter (Jan. - Mar.)

Oi-Con, Six Universities Photo Exhibition

Busy Period

Mita Festival preparation period

*There are regular photo shoots in addition to the new arrival photo session.

About Members

Number of Members

119 people

Number of Members by Years

2nd year: 42 people
3rd year: 44 people
4th year: 29 people
5th and 6th years: 4 people

Number of Members by Campuses

Hiyoshi / Mita / Yagami:119 people
SFC:8 people
Shinanomachi:2 people
Shiba Kyoritsu:4 people

Gender Ratio

Male:Female = 60:40

Ratio of Joining Multiple Clubs



Admission Cost


Yearly Cost

(Collected every year)

Instrumental Cost


Training Camp Cost


Information of Admission

Admission Limit


Admission Condition

Keio students only

Accept Non-newcomers


How to Join

Participating in Shinkan LINE Open Chat and submitting the distributed Google form

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