♠ IDC.Tokyo (International Dance & Community. Tokyo) offers a variety of 14 styles of partner dance lessons and organizes other dance events (see Events section for details).

♠ Unique international dance community which provides activities additional to dancing, such as global networking events, health and beauty workshops, and other social events.

Fees/Schedules/Events HERE

Absolute beginners are welcome 


Have you always wanted to try dancing, but do not have the courage to start?

IDC.Tokyo caters to people of various dance levels – ranging from someone who have never danced before (absolute beginners), to those who are advanced dancers.

You can try dancing to the beautiful Waltz, passionate Tango, cool Latin moves….and many more other styles! With several lessons, you may find yourself improving in your physique (posture and moves) and feeling more confident to dance!

For advanced level dancers, professional teachers will help you brush up your skills to dance more beautifully with various dance variations.

If you are looking for Wedding dance lessons, we can help you fulfill that too!

Various events


IDC.Tokyo organizes various dance events – both casual and formal parties, get-together practice parties, demonstration workshops, season-related events, and dance tours.

In addition, events including practice events are held by professional organizers that can provide members the opportunity to dance as well as to network.

Furthermore, members can also get together for a meal or for casual drinks after the lessons and events!

Our aim is to create an environment that will enable members to enjoy learning how to dance by exposing themselves to various exciting dance social scenes.

The only International social dance community in Japan

People of any nationalities are welcome! IDC.Tokyo is the only international social dance community in Japan, where members can enjoy social dancing and international networking.

Social dance originates from the Western and Latin countries, and as many of our members are interested in social dance, we are open to communicate internationally in both English and Japanese.
We put our efforts in making the organization fun and enjoyable, so no matter which country you are from, we hope to make IDC.Tokyo your new “at-home” community in Japan.

A social dance and networking community

You can’t dance? No worries! Experienced teachers and your new friends will teach you how to dance so that you can improve very quickly.

You will enjoy dancing beautiful Waltz and passionate Tango and Latin dances.  You will find yourself in a good shape with a good skin.
and,,, you will be very popular.

For experienced dancers, experienced professional teachers will teach you how to brush up your skills to dance more beautifully with various variations.
If you are looking to take Wedding Dance lessons, we can help you too!

This is a dance community that gives you enjoyable atmosphere with international  friendly and professional networking.
If you are looking to start something meaningful, come to join us!

8 Specialties of IDC. Dance & Community.Tokyo

Young to middle-aged members and different generation groups

IDC.Tokyo is mainly comprised of young to middle-aged members (20s – 40s) and adult members (over 50).

Are you finding yourself too busy in your daily schedule, not having enough opportunities to meet and socialize with people similar to your age group? By joining this community, you will not only have the benefit of meeting new people, but can also make new friends through dancing!

Prestigious areas

After lessons and events, we go for drinks or brunch. There are a various restaurants and bars around this area so that we can enjoy networking together.

IDC.Tokyo focuses on providing a high quality meeting and sharing good times, therefore, areas are chosen in a careful manner.

Well constructed lessons taught by Professional teachers

IDC.Tokyo is a premium dance community, not a casual dance circle or a school dance club. All the lessons are well constructed by experienced professional teachers.

For those who are aiming to try out for competitions, we can provide you with the resources to maximize your potentials- by introducing you to trusted instructors who have experience in both competitive dancing and teaching.

We want to emphasize that only professional certificated teachers are giving our lessons, not amateurs. At other dance communities, there are often cases where teachers are non-certified armatures. By having certified teachers teach you, you can guarantee the quality of their teaching and more importantly, you will less likely to get injuries from being taught incorrect moves during lessons.

Private Lessons

  • “I can’t follow the lessons…”
  • “I want to improve more!”
  • “I want to only focus on this step/movement.”
  • ”I want to take lessons as a couple.”
  • ”I want to learn moves to dance at a wedding event.”

If you have any of these thoughts, we are happy to provide private lessons. Private lessons are especially recommended for those who want to improve their skills quickly.

We also provide free consulting service.

Japanese lessons

Japanese lessons are provided as an option. It would be a benefit to know how to speak the main language of a country you are living in, as it can open you to more social opportunities with Japanese people.

About Partner Dancing

Partner dancing is a form of social dancing which is getting quite popular nowadays among the younger generations – as an enjoyable exercise, way to reduce stress, and/or as a way to meet and network with people. Therefore partner dancing is not just popular among the elders!

Dance Styles: Waltz, Tango, Quick Step, Slow Fox, Viennese Waltz
Rumba, ChaChaCha, Samba,  Paso-Doble, Jive, Salsa on 1, on 2.

We also teach social manners related to dancing:

  •        How to ask ladies to dance
  •        How to accept gentlemen to dance
  •        How to “behave” at dance parties
  •        What to talk about at social dance parties
  •        What you should not do at social dance scenes
  •        What to wear
  •        Examples of good and bad manners
  •        Adjusting to different manners across cultures