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Freediver Course

Sat, May 20


Nerima City

Freediver Course

Do you want to discover the beauty of the underwater world on your own terms? Look no further than our PADI Freediving course, the perfect opportunity to learn how to dive deeper, stay longer and explore the ocean without tanks or equipment.

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Time & Location

May 20, 11:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Nerima City, 1-chōme-3-5 Nerima, Nerima City, Tokyo 176-0001, Japan

About the event

Our PADI Freediving course is designed to take you from a complete beginner to a capable freediver in just one weekend. Our experienced instructors will teach you the skills and knowledge you need to improve your breathhold time, dive to a depth of up to 10 meters, and experience the pure bliss of freediving. You'll learn through independent study with PADI's Freediver eLearning program (spoken language can be done in both English and Japanese)

During the course, you'll learn the principles of freediving, including proper breathing techniques, safety procedures, and buddy protocols. You'll also have the opportunity to practice your skills in the pool and open water, where you'll learn to control your breath and stay underwater for longer periods of time.

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The course will be separated over two weekends, and so location specific details will be send in the follow up confirmation email.

Pool Session: May 20th, near Nerima Station

Ocean Session: June 25th, at Izu Ocean Park (weather dependant)

Budget for 45,000 (excl. tax + service fee)


E-Learning - To be completed before in-water training

1 Day Pool Session

1 Day Ocean Training

Certification (upon completion)

Does not include

Food (cash on the day)

Transportation (Train)

Rental Gear

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  • Freediver (w/o rental gear)


    +¥4,500 CT

    +¥1,238 service fee

    This ticket includes - E-Learning - Confined Water Dive - Daytrip - Open Water Dive - Daytrip - Certification


    +¥4,500 CT

    +¥1,238 service fee





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