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BTSS: Ten Fun & Creative School Clubs in Anime

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Okay, it’s your first day of school, and you failed to make any friends in your classes. What now? Well, you could join a sports team, but sports isn’t your forte. The second option is clubs.

There are a variety of clubs you could join such as the anime club, chess club, or physics club. These clubs are what you would typically see in school. However in anime, there are no boundaries towards the types of clubs you can create.

Here is a list of some fun, unusual, and creative school clubs in anime.

Light Music Club (K-On!)

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© Kyoto Animation

The ironic part about this club is that it is a “Light” Music Club. When you hear that genre, you think “light” orchestral music, but the girl band, Ho-kago Tea Time! plays catchy, loud rock music.

The Going Home Club (Chronicles of the Going Home Club)

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© Nomad

If your mother is nagging you about extracurricular activities for college applications, just tell her you decided to create the Going Home Club. A club that allows the members to have fun and do whatever they want.

Eyeglasses Club (Meganebu!)


© Studio Deen

A club based on a physical trait. I feel ya, eyeglasses are cool.

Host Club (Ouran High School Host Club)

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© Bones

Host clubs are a service to the community. 😉

Student Council (Seitokai Yakuindomo)

Seitokai Yakuindomo

© GoHands

I had to put the top-tier of school organizations in this list. The student council oversees all the clubs at school. If you join the student council, you have all the power. Well not all the power, but most of it.

Classical Literature Club (Hyouka)


© Kyoto Animation

One could assume that members of a Classical Literature Club have excellent analytical and reasoning skills due to being avid readers. However, the members of this particular Classical Literature Club apply these skills to solve mysteries.

Karuta Club (Chihayafuru)

Karuta Club- Chihayafuru

© Madhouse

Karuta is a traditional Japanese game that tests knowledge and swiftness. I haven’t seen a match with my own eyes, but my professor had seen one, and he said that these players are so fast that they only need to hear the first syllable of the poem to grab the card.  Fun Fact: These cards are based on the Hyakunin Isshu, a classical Japanese poetry anthology complied by Fujiwara no Teika. Within this anthology, 100 poets each wrote one waka poem.

Student Cultural Research Club (Kokoro Connect)

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© Silver Link

The Student Cultural Research Club sounds so serious and official. They do important business, right…?

The Neighbors Club (Haganai)


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I think the Neighbors Club is an excellent club to create. Some people are loners or have a tough time making friends. So a club dedicated to these types of people can help them develop their social skills and create strong bonds with others.

SOS Brigade (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya)


© Kyoto Animation

SOS Brigade stands for “Spreading Excitement all Over the World with Haruhi Suzumiya Brigade.” Wouldn’t it be awesome to have a club with your name in it? Oh wait, those exists. They are called fan clubs. SOS Brigade is different though. You get the chance to explore paranormal phenomenon with THE Haruhi Suzumiya.

I wish some of these clubs existed while I was in school. Which of these clubs would you want to create at your school? Let us know in the comments.

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