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Coding Bootcamp in Tokyo - Le Wagon

Learn to build web apps & kickstart your tech career at Le Wagon

Next batches: Jan 13, 2020 (Full-Time - 790,000 JPY) and Mar 21, 2020 (Part-Time - 790,000 JPY)

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FullStack program.

With our 9-week full-time or 24-week part-time coding bootcamp, build several web applications and your own personal project. Create a solid Github portfolio and learn to work within a tech team.

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Learn and grow in Asia's tech leader

Ranked "World's Best City" for 3 years in a row, Tokyo is in full evolution thanks to the boom of its dynamic tech scene. Backed by giants such as Softbank, Rakuten and the prospect of the 2020 Olympic Games, startups are flourishing in all industries. Facing a serious shortage of talent, the country is more than ever welcoming developers and entrepreneurs from all horizons to push innovation to new highs. Now is the time, join the movement! Launch your career in web development with our intensive coding bootcamp in Tokyo.

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2-11-3 Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

Impact Hub is ideally located in central Tokyo, within 10 min walk from Meguro Station. Both co-working space and incubator, Impact Hub is a key actor of the Tokyo tech scene, supporting a wide community of entrepreneurs through its key values: sharing and experimentation. Come and learn how to code and develop a web app from scratch in one of the most active business locations in Asia!

Next batches:
  • Jan 13, 2020 - Mar 13, 2020 (Full-time - 790,000 JPY) Apply now
  • Mar 21, 2020 - Sep 5, 2020 (Part-time - 790,000 JPY) Apply now
  • Apr 6, 2020 - Jun 5, 2020 (Full-time - 790,000 JPY) Apply now
  • Jun 29, 2020 - Aug 28, 2020 (Full-time - 790,000 JPY) Apply now

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Early birds

Products built in Tokyo.

Our students had 2 weeks to invent, design, code 
and pitch their idea.

  • Loquence Spring 2019

    Loquence is the simplest way to aggregate sales data from all your e-commerce channels into beautiful and customizable charts and dashboards.

    Trouni Tiet
  • QuestBoard Summer 2017

    QuestBoard provides a way for you to organize board game events, meet fellow board gamers, and track your board game statistics/history through your very own customizable character, complete with a leveling system.

    Carla Almazora
  • Sugu Winter 2018

    On-demand language assistance from locals. Hire a bilingual assistant for registrations, appointments, documents translation... Anything you need help with, when, where, and for however long you need.

    Benjamin Thint
  • Hello Kanji Spring 2018

    With Hello Kanji, read real Japanese and create your own curriculum from real-world reading material.

    Edmond Akpan
  • CoinSpread Summer 2018

    One Stop Shop for Cryptocurrency Research and News

    Jan Paul Hoga
  • AutoTest Spring 2019

    AutoTest is an automated test-scoring application developed during our Spring 2019 session. Using OCR, the app will automatically analyze, grade and format test results for high school tests in Japan.

    Paulo D'Alberti
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Next Tokyo coding bootcamp starts on Jan 13, 2020