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International Preschool / Child Care in Yokohama, Japan

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Hand In Hand International School in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture in the Greater Tokyo Area offers preschool and kindergarten programs, as well as enrichment and after school programs for children ages 1.5 years through to 12 years. Catering to both foreign and local Japanese families, we are conveniently located within the international community of Motomachi in Yokohama City.


School / Office Address: Motomachi
Yokohama
Japan
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