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1. Hello Kids Myogadani - International English Preschool, Bunkyo-ku
Courses / Programs
Conveniently situated in the Bunkyo ward in central Tokyo, Hello Kids Myogadani is an English-immersion school providing a fun and comprehensive international preschool and kindergarten program for children between the ages of 1.5 to 6 years old. In addition, we offer afternoon & weekend classes for children between the ages of 3 to 10 years old. Our students range in age from 1.5 to 10 years old. 

Established in 2009, Hello Kids Myogadani focuses on teaching the English language, as well as developing fine and gross motor skills, problem solving skills, living skills, social skills and leadership qualities.

We challenge, and more importantly inspire students within an internationally-recognized curriculum, which ensures that our students gain a solid knowledge of not only English, but also science, mathematics, geography, Japanese, and other international cultures, and so much more. We pride ourselves on our curriculum, class structure and dedicated teaching team.

Our English immersion school (which comprises two beautiful schools - our Main school and our Annex school) is easily accessible by public transport, only a 10 minute train ride from Tokyo station on the Marunouchi subway line, and roughly 25 minutes from Shibuya. Both schools are located directly in front of Hisakata Park (a spacious park which we utilize daily).
English Immersion Programs for Children:
- Preschool (ages 1.5-4)
- English Kindergarten (ages 4-6)
- Afternoon English Language Classes (ages 3-5 & 5-8)
- Saturday English Language Classes (ages 3-5 & 6-10)

Activities & Excursions:
- Summer Camp in Tokyo
- 8-Day Summer Trip to Canada
- Special Music Concerts
- Sleepover / Overnight Stay at Hello Kids in Autumn
- Day Trip to Mt. Fuji
- Day Trip to Mothers Farm
- Potato-digging day, and other fun, hands-on activities including during Easter, the Star Festival, Children's Day, Halloween and Christmas
2. Daizawa International School, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
Daizawa International School is an International preschool and kindergarten in the Setagaya area of Tokyo, Japan. We provide learning opportunities for all children from 18 months to 6 years. We provide a home-like and friendly environment for children and families.

In our program, thematic learning forms the core curriculum, with emphasis on practical life, sensorial development, social development, and creative expression. The children are encouraged to become independent thinkers, and we aim to open their eyes to a world of discovery.

We introduce the children to a wide variety of information during the year through our monthly themes. Each theme we will also be taking a look at a different culture and educating the children about the world around them.

​At Daizawa International School, we plant the right seeds and reap the fruits that bear the child's socio-emotional readiness, natural curiosity, confidence, independence, courage, and respect for others and oneself.
- Sprout Program (18 months to 2.5 years old)
- Maple Program (2.5 years to 4 years old)
- Oak Program (4 years to 6 years old)
- After-School Program
3. Ookayama International School, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
Ookayama International School (OIS) in Tokyo, Japan offers an alternative to the larger international schools in Tokyo. The school offers distance learning programs for grades 7-12 (ages 12 - 18) and students must attend our school to participate in them. We provide a fully accredited American high school education which has helped numerous students go on to higher education in Japan and overseas. Distance learning allows for many unique opportunities not available in the more traditional school system.

Students are enrolled on distance learning programs at North Dakota Center for Distance Education or at The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Independent Study High School. These programs are fully accredited through the North Central Association Commission and School Improvement (NCACASI) and the Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA). There are well over 200 different courses available for study.

Students may enroll at any time during the year, and if need be, set an individual pace for their work. Courses are also available for part-time students and those who have taken a break from education. Older students can take classes outside normal school hours.
- Distance learning middle & high school programs for Grades 6 - 12.

Graduation from OIS is not based on age or grade, but rather on credits earned.
4. Kikokushijo Academy International School, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
Kikokushijo Academy International School (KAIS) is located in its modern new facilities in Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, eastern Japan. It provides a fully-accredited, diverse, creative, intensive, affordable, and specialized curriculum in English to motivated internationally-oriented Junior High and High School students.

Accredited through our partner schools, Stanford University and Laurel Springs School in the State of California, USA, our students complete a program and graduate with an American diploma, enabling them to easily pursue university education anywhere in the world. KAI School is open to all junior-high and senior high-school-aged international students regardless of background. We also invite Japanese students with exceptional English abilities, who are planning to attend university abroad.
Junior High School Program; High School Program; The KAIS Core Program is a fully-accredited American Junior High and High School Diploma-granting Curriculum; SAT, TOEFL and STEP TEST Preparation classes. Classes are taught in English.
5. New Hope International Preschool, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
New Hope International Preschool in Tokyo, Japan is an affordable, quality Christian preschool and kindergarten. School hours are from 10:00 to 2:30, Monday through Friday. Some of our graduates enter elementary school in the spring (Japanese schools), while others enter in the fall (international schools).

Rather than having a fixed beginning and ending of the school-year, we use three terms. Orientation is held at the beginning of each term (April, January, and September). Graduation ceremonies are in March for children who will enter elementary school in the spring, and at the end of June for children who will enter elementary school in the fall.
Preschool Program; Kindergarten Program; Mommy & Me Program; Afternoon Preschool Program; Afternoon PLUS Program. Our main language is English. Children who attend other preschools are welcome to attend our weekday after school program, our summer school program, and our Saturday events.
6. Columbia International School, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
Columbia International School is located in Tokyo, central eastern Japan. CIS offers elementary through to high school programs following the The Canadian Curriculum, a world leading Education. Columbia International School School is an overseas-inspected private school accredited by the Ontario Ministry of Education of Canada, and by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (W.A.S.C.) in the U.S.A. and a member of The Association of Ontario Overseas School.

Almost all our graduates advance to various universities overseas. CIS admits students regardless of their nationality or ethnic origin. Students from various countries including Japan, China, Taiwan, Republic of Korea, Philippines, Bangladesh, Nigeria, United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, Indonesia, Myanmar, Canada, and United States have studied at CIS.
Elementary School Pogram; Junior High School Program; Senior High School program. Upon successful completion of this program, students earn the Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma. This Diploma is accepted and highly regarded by all the top universities in Canada, the United States and around the world. Classes are taught in English and Japanese.
7. Acorn International School, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
A new and affordable international preschool located in the heart of Tokyo. We cater for children aged 18 months to 5 years with a varied and exciting curriculum conducted in English by fluent English speakers. Independence is encouraged at every age and every stage.

We are able to give more individual attention to each child when it is needed, without forgetting group attention, so children will learn to share, co-operate, initiate play, wait, develop social skills, take turns, and be responsible. Alternate language programs are available in our afternoon session.
Regular Preschool Program Mon - Fri.; Acorn Kids Club Mon - Fri (afternoons); Parents & Kids (Saturdays); Pre-entry Program (Saturdays); Summer School (July); Induction Week (August). Classes are in English.
8. Jingumae International Exchange School, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
Situated close to the heart of Tokyo's city center, Jingumae International Exchange School (JIES) is an international preschool / primary school catering to the international community that operates alongside a Japanese public elementary school. We follow the British National Curriculum across all disciplines, and provide students with high quality international education in English from ages 3-12.

JIES maintains a high teacher to student ratio, and small class sizes meaning our teachers individualise every lesson to the needs and abilities of each student.

Members of our dynamic school community represent over 10 different nationalities which give us a great mixture of different experiences and cultures making JIES a stimulating place for all involved.
International Preschool / Primary School:
- Taught through English, for kids ages 3-12

Early Years Foundation Stage:
- In JIES Kindergarten 4-5, the learning objectives are based on the UK Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Primary School Curriculum:
- In Grades 1 & 2, the ‘Key Stage 1’ syllabus is used, and from Grade 3 up, the ‘Key Stage 2’ syllabus is used
9. Ohana International School in Tokyo
Courses / Programs
Ohana International School in Tokyo is an inclusive preschool with a difference, located in Azabu-juban, and catering for children between the ages of 18 months and 5 years. We also offer before-school & after-school child care, after-school tutoring programs and summer schools.

Ohana staff aim to create a warm, caring environment that reflects their philosophy and at the same time provides an infinite number of opportunities for children to develop a “love of learning.” The learning programme is designed to build on the strengths of each child, valuing families and their ethnicity as well as everyone’s contribution to the school. The school honors the uniqueness of each child and his or her faith, religion, family, and culture.

The owners of Ohana International School in Tokyo are experienced educators who believe in developing the whole child. Shelley Sacks and Darren Winney have a combined 40 years of experience in teaching, especially in Early Childhood Education, in countries including South Africa, Australia, the UK, Taiwan, and Japan.
- Regular preschool program for children aged 18 months–5 years from 8:30am–2pm. Half-day option available.

- Before- and after-school care available 7:30am–6pm.

- After-school tutoring 2.30–6pm for children enrolled with Ohana or enrolled in other schools.

- A Me & My Mom program three mornings per week.

- After-School Classes in Phonics and Literacy, and Art, Design, and Technology.

- Summer School includes sessions on Wonderful Water, Kids in the Kitchen, and Cool Construction.
10. Keiki Intercultural Preschool, Tokyo
Courses / Programs
We are an international kindergarten and preschool located in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo in eastern Japan. We create a learning environment using a bilingual system (English and Japanese) that is caring, loving, interesting, fun and above all has the ability to give each and every child the attention that he or she requires.

We accept children from 15 months to 6 years of age with various international backgrounds.
We are guided by principles in child development as specified by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), a United States organization where the school teachers are active members.
Toddler Program - 2 to 3 years old; Preschool Program - 3 to 4 years old; Pre-K Program - 4 to 5 years old; Kindergarten Program - 5 to 6 years old; Summer Camp Program. Programs are in English and Japanese.
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