As a parent moving to Japan with family, one of the biggest concerns is your children's education and the difficulties they will face when having to adapt to a different culture and language. Before visiting Japan, there are various preparations that need to be made regarding the school(s) you may wish for your children to attend. The information we provide should help put your mind at ease and make the process of moving to Japan all the easier.
Articles provided here contain information on international schools in Tokyo, child care establishments, pre-schools and information regarding English speaking Babysitting services. Other topics covered are Japanese language and culture schools, music and art schools, and English speaking Japanese martial arts schools (including Karate, Judo, and Kendo). These extra curricular activities offer a learning experience for those who are interested in Japanese language, traditional Japanese culture or those who want to challenge themselves by participating new actives during their stay in Japan.
We hope that these articles are of assistance in your search for schools and information regarding education in Tokyo. You can find the list of the International Preschools, Primary schools, and Secondary schools in Tokyo here.
If your child wishes to enter an overseas university after completing their schooling in Japan, or transfer to another school in the middle of their studies, they must have an education recognized in the country. Here we will introduce the International Baccalaureate (IB) and the Cambridge A Level,…Read more
You may be wondering what children in Japan are learning in elementary school and how they spend their day along with what unique subjects are taught in Japan that are not found in foreign countries. In this article, you will learn about the subjects taught at Japanese elementary schools and a typi…Read more
If you’re raising children in Japan or will ever be in need of child care, you can find useful information here. There are also many after-school classes are available in Tokyo. Babysitters in Tokyo Firstly, Japan does not have a traditional culture of informal babysitting as is common in some part…Read more
The Japanese language is considered one of the most difficult to learn by many English speakers. With three separate writing systems, an opposite sentence structure to English, and a complicated hierarchy of politeness, it’s decidedly complex. But how hard is it to learn Japanese? Keep reading to f…Read more
There are a lot of great free online materials for learning Japanese online and they are perfect for self-study. In this article you will find a collection of learning websites and tools for studying Japanese. If you are looking for Japanese-Learning Apps, please check “Best Japanese Learning Apps”…Read more
You may wonder how does the school system in Japan work? When and at what age does school start? When does it end? For those in Japan, you may be trying to decide if your child should attend a Japanese school or an international school. Our guide to Japan’s education system will help you choose wha…Read more
The education system and structures vary from country to country. Here we have made an easy to understand comparison between the ages and grade structures in Japan and other countries. You can also find a list of what the ages for compulsory education in each country is and how to use that informat…Read more
Current Status of Language Support in Public Elementary and Junior High Schools in Tokyo Deciding to enroll your child in a public Japanese school may be a bit scary at first but is a great opportunity to have your child immerse themselves in Japanese culture. Some questions that may come to mind a…Read more
There are certain things done in Japan which may be quite different from the school customs you are familiar with in your home country. In Japan, children go to school alone (or in a group), healthy lunches are prepared at school, children clean the school themselves, no accessories are allowed to…Read more
In Japan, children with foreign nationalities have the same rights as Japanese children. This means that if a foreign parent would like their child to receive a Japanese education by participating in the public school system, they can. It should be noted that foreign children are not required to…Read more
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