Nishimachi International School
When Tané Matsukata, the granddaughter of a former Japanese prime minister, returned to Tokyo after living in America for 17 years, she saw the devastation World War II had caused and sought a better future that would ensure more global harmony and peace.
The American School in Japan
In 1902, a group of mothers came together in Kanda to create a school. These highly educated women, college graduates in Japan as missionaries, wanted to provide a quality learning environment for their children. Starting with about 100 students, the school quickly grew.
The British School in Tokyo
A truly international school with over 1,100 students from around 65 countries, The British School in Tokyo (BST) is a unique educational facility with a curriculum that focuses on bringing the best out of all children, state-of-the-art classrooms and more than 130 clubs and activities.
Tokyo International School
An important characteristic of TIS is the importance we place on a sensible,
casual atmosphere. For example, everyone—including the Japanese
staff—addresses one another by first name. Another is the close interaction
between teachers and students in a learning environment that makes it easy
for students to ask for help.