Monthly Archives: April 2015

The British School in Tokyo

Established in 1989, The British School in Tokyo (BST) is the biggest British international school in Japan, providing a broad and balanced curriculum for international students aged 3 to 18. Throughout the school’s history, families have been attracted to BST

The Montessori School of Tokyo

Confidence, Respect and Compassion. The Montessori School of Tokyo (MST) is proud to provide an internationally recognised and accredited Montessori curriculum for the international student. Currently educating students representing over 30 different nationalities, MST offers a fresh and vibrant vision

Tokyo International School


Tokyo YMCA International School

Tokyo YMCA International Kids Garden Tokyo YMCA KG-Pre School preschool

Daizawa International School


EtonHouse International Preschool Tokyo

Gingertree International School Zoo-phonics Academy


J’s International School


Joy to the World American International School


Kspace International School


Mitsui Gardens International Preschool American Embassy Tokyo

Ohana International School

PAL International School


Princeton Academy International School


Sesame International Preschool

Seta International School


Summerhill International School

Summerhill International School combines the joys of learning with the art of education. There is a learning environment of beauty and wonder, full of warm, flowing colors and objects that awaken the imagination and invite interaction through play. At Summerhill,

The American School in Japan Early Learning Center


Willowbrook International School


Yoyogi International School

Ecole française de Saint Maur à Yokohama

Classes à effectifs réduits et pédagogie différenciée pour une scolarisation de la maternelle au CM2.Programmes de l’Éducation nationale française dispensés par des professeurs qualifiés et expérimentés La maternelle est en anglais selon la méthode Montessori avec séance quotidienne de langage

Horizon Japan International School


India International School in Japan, Yokohama Campus

Kanagawa International School


Saint Maur International School

Providing a quality and nurturing education based upon Christian principles while using a rigorous academics and a wide range of extracurricular activities which results in a 100% matriculation rate into four-year colleges and universities. Innovators of International Education Established in

The German School (Deutsche Schule Tokyo Yokohama)

Yokohama International School


Imagine International Preschool


Yokohama Christian School

Sports Programs for Kids

Japan offers many unique after school opportunities for children. Internationally popular sports such as soccer, swimming or tennis are readily available. Traditional Japanese sports such as karate and judo can also be an excellent choice. Basketball, Volleyball, Cheer Dancing, Hip-Hop

Learning Japanese Culture

Ikebana (Flower Arranging) Japanese flower arranging is widely practiced and there are many local groups. Different schools exist within the field, and many offer information, classes and certification in English.   Origami (Paper Folding) Origami has spread around the world

Japanese Performing Arts

Kabuki Kabuki’s origins can be traced back to the Edo period (1603-1868). In contrast to older Japanese art forms such as Noh, the realm of the upper class, Kabuki was popular with the common people, and it is said that

Clubs & Societies

Tokyo and Yokohama have members-only clubs for foreign residents. These clubs offer facilities including conference rooms, banquet halls, restaurants, fitness gyms, sports facilities, libraries and more, and a diverse range of cultural, recreational and business activities. Other Online Resources

Recreational Activities

A wide variety of groups and events across Tokyo provide a place where foreigners and Japanese alike can come together and share their hobbies or passions. Performing Acts Cooking Art Workshops Event Clubs


By volunteering for a cause you feel strongly about, you can make a contribution to society while meeting and interacting with Japanese people in the community around you. Besides the organizations listed below, international NGOs such as Amnesty International, Greenpeace,

Places of Worship

Churches, Mosques, and places of worship around Tokyo have worship services in English and other languages. Tokyo Yokohama

Crime & Personal Safety

General Crime and Safety With one of the lowest crime rates of all developed nations, Japan is an extremely safe country to live and travel in. In comparison to other major world cities, there is a very low chance you

Emergencies & Disaster Prevention

Although Japan is modern and safe, it is always useful to be prepared. This chapter provides some background information and useful references for essential services and emergencies. In Case of Emergency Call the following numbers in case of an emergency.

Kan Dental Clinic

Kitahara Life Support Clinic

National Medical Clinic

Nishiya ENT Clinic

Sendagaya International Clinic

St. Luke’s MediLocus

Located conveniently in the center of Tokyo’s business district, Otemachi. Internal medicine and gynecology consultations are available, as well as advanced medical examinations.

Tameike Eye Clinic

Tokyo Chiropractic

Tokyo Chiropractic, located in Aoyama, was originally established as Tokyo Chiropractic Research Center in 1949. This clinic is a certified office by the Japanese Association of Chiropractors, a national member of the World Federation of Chiropractic. Doctors of Chiropractic licensed

Tokyo Clinic Dental Office

Tokyo Medical and Surgical Clinic

Tokyo Midtown Clinic

Tokyo Physio

Tokyo Physio provides physiotherapy / physical therapy within walking distance from Hiroo. They specialize in sports injuries, knees, headaches, women’s health, tendon issues and back and neck pain. On-site free parking, health insurance rebates, and a sports massage and pilates

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