Immediately below is a listing of Montessori international schools, followed by a less comprehensive listing of Japanese Montessori schools:
Montessori International Schools
AICHI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (K – 9)
3-4, Nijigaoka, Meito, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
Phone: 052-788-2255 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The AIS kindergarten program primarily focuses on immersing the children in English and surrounding them with a large variety of stimulating activities. The kindergarteners’ days are filled with music, movement, stories, show-and-tell, art, math, observation, experimentation, and some introduction to reading and writing. The kindergarten is an English-only environment and by 4, the students no longer mix their languages and can converse freely inEnglish with their peers and the teachers. In addition to offering a well-balanced daily routine, the school also draws on Montessori techniques to help foster independence and self-confidence in the kindergarten students. Source: http://www.nipais.com/en/curriculum.html
AMERICAN MONTESSORI ACADEMY OF NAGANO (3 -6 years)
Konabe Tanarioki 3642-2 Nagano City 380-0875
Phone for enquiries: 026-223-8841 (School)235-1496 Fax: 026-235-1496 Email: AMAnagano@aol.com
A rural international preschool in Nagano City with a full English curriculum in a country setting. The Academy offers 3-year olds a full Montessori education in English and Japanese. Materials and activities in Japanese and English for the development of writing, reading, oral, and written expression. The fundamentals of Spanish are also introduced which help train for future foreign language acquisition.
(THE) CHILDREN’S GARDEN (preschool and after school class)
3-12-19 Honcho, Kichijoji, Musashino-shi, Tokyo
Phone: (0422) 20-5055) Email: email@example.com
Run by Ellen Motohashi, the school which opened in 2002 offers a full day English content based preschool (9:30 am – 2:30 pm) along with an after school class for English speaking children who attend facilities outside, Saturday special activity classes, and a bilingual class focusing on the creative arts. It is located in Kichijoji about 10 minutes directly west from the Kichijoji JR central exit straight down Nakamichi-dori (this street continues on from the main street which runs in front of the station past Parco). Bilingual elements in the program include bilingual storytimes/singing and will be expanded gradually. Its pedagogy and philosophy share elements from the Montessori, Waldorf, Reggio Emilia (project based approach) and any other discipline which promotes the importance of child directed, experienced based learning which enhances the development of the whole child. Rich natural experiences are emphasized and outdoor trips will be planned for as often as possible during the year.
CHIYODA MONTESSORI SCHOOL (0 – 6 years)
3-14-7, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-3411-0932 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 branches, for Shibuya branch phone: 03-3264-4006
CLASSIC MONTESSORI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (Ages 2.5-6) CLOSED since June 2002
2-10-18 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, 150-0012 Tokyo
Phone / Fax:03-5468-6456 Email: email@example.com
Preschool for 2 1/2 to 7-year-olds of all nationalities who communicate and are guided in English as the school’s primary language. Run by Mr. Gerd Oberlin for 2.5 to 6 year olds. In an aesthetic, Swedish style environment the children are challenged by a broad spectrum of genuine, natural wooden Montessori materials that help them develop fundamental motor and technical skills, acquire self-discipline and enhance their creativity. They gain basic understanding and abilities in the areas of aesthetic perception, communication, reading, writing, calculating, rhythm and drawing. Linked up by a semester long theme, creative activities in drama, art and music complement the individual work and daily conversational circle. If the child’s first language is not English he will learn it by immersion. This approach follows current programs as practised in Japan and everywhere else in the world. It owes its success to the fact that children do not think it strange if people in school speak differently from people at home. Apart from becoming bilingual they construct and appreciate their own cultural identity.
DISCOVERY MONTESSORI SCHOOL (ages 2 through 5) CLOSED from June 2003.
4-6-18 Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-0063
Phone/Fax: 03-3710-9377 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Montessori pedagogy with a small class-size – 4:1 student / teacher ratio
GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL JAPAN (Kindergarten – Grade 12)
3-20-6, Minami-Shinozakicho, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo (Mizue Station on Toei-Shinjuku Line)
Phone: 03-6202-7639 Fax: 03-6202-7676 Email
‘Currently, 134 children, are studying at the school currently K-8) where every lesson is given in English. “Our school’s selling point is not English but that we have adopted the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) currciulum, a tough and modern curriculum that is indisnesable in acaquiring the scholastic abilit y required to pass the competitive entrance examinations in my country,” (Niyanta) Deshpande (Director of GISS) said. //He said that as this was the major curriculum in India, children who studied under this curriculum overseas could easily adapt to local schools when they returned to India. “Not only Indian children, children from other countries can get the benefit from this curriculum to pass the examinations of international univerrsities,” he said. //”As it is quite difficult to enter a prestigious university in India, Indian parents want their children to have high academic ability and competitiveness,” Deshpande said. “In our school, students will learn three languages-English, Hindi or French, and Japanese. Lessons are conducted in Englsh, but we need to learn Hindi to live in India.”//Compared with other international schools, the tuition is quite reasonably priced-￥600,000-800,000 a year. The curriculum is the same inevery school-they have adopted the Montessori kindergarten approach for very young children while using the CBSE curriculum and International Baccalaureate system, which is recognized at many universities around the world, for older students”‘-excerpts from Daily Yomiuri article Sep 21. The GIIS in Singapore was selected as one of the best international schools in Singapore by the 2005 and 2006 Newsweek magazine surveys. Annual Schedule July to March
IKOMA MONTESSORI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (Kindergarten – Elementary) in the Kansai area. Proposed New School
Location: Mt Ikoma, Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture (Kasumigaoka station on the cable car route from Ikoma Station a commuting distance from Osaka/Kyoto/Nara).
Phone: 0743-73-2909. Please contact Sada-Anand S. KHALSA Email at email@example.com or Mary Ohdai firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. (It would be great if any and all parents even remotely considering an international kindergarten (or elementary school) for their children could attend a meeting, or contact us, to air your concerns, wishes, dreams, and desires for the school. Volunteers and leaders always welcome! A dual-language curriculum Montessori primary school is being considered.)
The proposed school site is on Mt Ikoma near the amusement park, several buildings in a spacious yard and a forested mountain setting. There is only one house at Kasumigaoka with spectacular views, wild woods and hiking trails–and a mere minutes from downtown Osaka!! Spectacular view! to establish a branch of the Khalsa Montessori school (Arizona, USA) in Ikoma with a dual-language curriculum
INDIA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (3 – 5 years; Grades 1 – 5)
See also Japan Times article
Mailing address prior to school building in Koto-ward being available:
India International School In Japan (IISJ)
C/O Kudan Bhavan, 1-15-14, Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0073
Phone: 03-3234-4845 Email: India-Intl-School@yahoogroups.com
The school operates a Montessori kindergarten and an elementary school that adopts the CBSE and ICSE curriculum that aims at devising student friendly and student focused learning and teaching paradigms. The syllabus is skill and knowledge oriented and not just content and memory based. The goals of the programme are: To provide knowledge and develop logical thinking and scientific aptitude / To facilitate creativity and excellence / To appreciate, nurture and inculcate aesthetic sense. / To strengthen value-based approach to life / To meet emerging global challenges. A middle school is being planned.
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF WALDORF-STEINER (K – grade 6)
3-19-20-103 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0074
Phone: 03-5791-1435 Fax: 03-5423-7410
The school is located in traditionally-styled imperial grounds with parks that will allow the children to be surrounded not only by a truly Japanese atmosphere but also by abundant, healthy, greenery so scarce in an urban setting. The school is also has use of the spacious halls of the local Shogenji Temple for their movement classes, sensory integration therapy, and other activities. The school emphasizes its classroom setups and tools since these are especially important in a Waldorf schools with the hallmark Steiner belief is that children need a constant connection with natural materials and thrive best in a gentle atmosphere with subdue tones and lighting. Waldorf teachers use specially designed multi-purpose objects that encourage divergent thinking. Storybooks are selected for their inherent moral and cultural lessons. A lyre and simple flutes are standard musical equipment along with the more traditional supplies needed for arts, handiwork and movement. Waldorf education is about teaching all subjects creatively and artistically. The many new and often challenging ideas put before students are presented in an imaginative, rhythmic, and always cheerful way. This will emotionally engage the student and facilitate learning. Art and music are interwoven throughout the curriculum in a Waldorf school in order to develop the imagination, creativity and joy in learning. After reading, the children might draw pictures of the story with bright beeswax crayons, metamorphosing newly learned letters into colorful beings. They might try experimenting with self-made music inspired by the tales, which may then become the class play that semester. The school curriculum can be viewed at URL: http://www.waldorf-steiner.org/curriculum.html
KAWANISHI ROOMS (Preschool – K)
Mosaic Box 3F, 11-1 Sakaemachi,
(Take the Hankyu Takarazuka Line to Kawanishi Noseguchi Station )
A Montessori method bilingual classroom. Morning classes for 2-3 and 3-4 year olds Afternoon classes for 5-6 year olds. Most of instruction is in English, with 20 minutes of Japanese instruction including songs and games.
KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL (2 – 6 years; elementary – jr high evening programme)
4-26-17 Fukasawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0081
Phone/Fax: 03-5707-0979 Email: email@example.com
Begun operating in September 2000, the school incorporates the spirit and positive elements of the 3 leading educationalists of early childhood education (Montessori, Steiner, Froebel). Teacher:student ratio : one teacher, one sports trainer and one music teacher: ten children. The Evening & Saturday Elementary Programme is designed to maintain and improve the English level as well as to foster Western cultural awareness of Japanese returnees, children who want to continue learning English in Japan and half-Japanese children who attend Japanese schools. The program makes use of similar methods as many international schools when we teach students how to express their thoughts and conduct research; deliver an effective presentation; and discuss their ideas at age-appropriate levels at a high English calibre. The amount of course time devoted to doing research, creating and practiciing presentations increases as children gorw older and improve their language skills. Upon completing the Evening Junior High Program, students will have received the instruction and training to the point where they can conduct research presentations and give speeches with the presuasive power needed to convince anyone from any country, and theyll be at the same level as, if not hgher than students who attend international schools.
LITTLE PEOPLE MONTESSORI SCHOOL (18 months – 3 years; 3 – 6 years; 6 – 12 years) now renamed THE MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF TOKYO (see below)
3-5-13 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047
Phone: 03-5449-7067 Fax: 5449-0087 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAPLE LEAF MONTESSORI SCHOOL (2.5 – 6 years)
Phone: 03-3707-5797 Email: email@example.com
A two-minute walk from Yoga station on Den-entoshi line in Tokyo. Canadian-owned international preschool applying the Montessori method for 2.5 to 6 year olds and after school programmes for elementary kids are being offered.
MONTESSORI CHILDREN’S HOUSE
Harajuku: 6-18-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150
Also at: Sumiregaoka: 42-10 Sumiregaoka, Tuzuki-cho, Yokohama 224
MONTESSORI FRIENDS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (18 months to 6 years)
Fully equipped with Montessori classroom and materials, with a spacious play area outside. School Director Jeanne Shimazaki, a veteran teacher with twelve years experience in Japan, opened the school to offer an affordable alternative for the parents of children seeking a strong English-based early education. “Some of the children will go on to international schools, while others will go into the regular Japanese school system,” she explained. Montessori Friends offers tea ceremony and pottery as part of the curriculum and instructors teach piano to the children on an individual basis.
MONTESSORI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Japanese Montessori school with English immersion teaching. Pleasant environment, lovely timbered school building located between the Suzuka Mountain Range and Ise Bay and only 35 minutes by train from Nagoya (Japan’s 4th largest city). English conversation classes also held for grade & high schoolers. The English-only intensive programme caters to both native and non-native English speakers. The school also offers non-native speakers English classes in an immersion setting. Every year, children in the Montessori programme and the ESL programme have an opportunity for a cultural exchange with a Montessori School in Ohio.
(THE) MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF TOKYO (18 months – 12 years / elementary grades 1 – 6)
1-5-10 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047
Phone: 5765-7655 Fax: 5765-3178 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Extended daycare hours are available. The school will use the proven Montessori method which enables children to understand the interrelatedness of language, mathematics, the arts, and science while learning at their own pace. Classes will be taught in English. The preschool has been expanded to include elementary levels for children aged 6-12, Mission statement: “Stimulating curiosity while developing independence in thought and action.” School Motto “Confidence, Respect, Compassion”. Established by the team that also founded Sunshine Montessori Pre-school, the school was the first school with an elementary school Montessori curriculum in all of Japan.
3-15-13 Minato-ku, Shiba, YODA Bldg 3F., Tokyo 105-0014 Phone: 03-575-6607 Fax: 803-5765-6698
NEW WORLD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (Chofu-shi, Tokyo)
Annex 2-101, Sengawa Avenue, 1-24-38 Sengawa-cho, Chofu-shi, Tokyo 182-0002
Phone/ Fax: 03-3305-0573 Email: email@example.com
NIDO INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL (18 months – 6 years) CLOSED since February 1998.
Miyamae Village A-101, 2-10-42, Miyamae, Suginami-ku
The school combines Montessori method with Jean Piaget’s philosophy.
PETER PAN INTERNATIONAL PRE SCHOOL or International Pre School Peter Pan (Higashinada-ku, Kobe-shi)
Phone: 078-857-5144 Fax: 078-857-5144
PTC PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (2.5 – 6 yrs old)
5-11-5 Shimouma, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0002
Phone/Fax: 03-5481-9425 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unique curriculum that focuses on a “return to nature” and ecology. Small classes in a cozy environment overseen by qualified teachers and music specialists. Principal Takatsuka Yoko’s methodology draws on her training in Japan, the Montessori technique in the US, and the Steiner (Waldorf) system in Germany.
RAINBOW INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL (Montessori 18 months – 6 years)
3-12-15 Denenchofu, Ota-ku, Tokyo 145-0071
Phone: 3722-0312 Fax: 3722-0312 Email: email@example.com
3-17-4, Hiroo, Shibuya-ku,
Phone/Fax:3406-4320 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founder and proprietor Eriko Salamack established the schools because she was seeking alternative education for her own children. The schools focus on math, practical, sensorial and language development. The Hiroo School offers a Montessori teacher-training course that is delivered in the evenings.
RIVENDALE MONTESSORI SCHOOL (1.5 – 12 years)
Momon Roppongi Bldg. 3F., 2-19, Motoazabu 3-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-5772-0079 Fax: 03-5772-0079 Email: email@example.com
Rivendale applies the Montessori hands-on approach to learning. Mixed aged classrooms equipped with Montessori supplies and materials. Summer school programme available.
SAINT MAUR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (Montessori K -13)
83 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama 231-0862, Japan
Phone: 045-641-5751 Fax: 045-641-6688 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The school offers quality education within a caring environment. Pioneers since 1872. Small classes for maximum care. All the way from Nursery 2.5 years to grade 12, students always receive the optimum amount of care and attention. The Saint Maur academic programme is the highest standard for all ages, offering Montessori; International Primary Curriculum (IPC); International Baccalaureate (IB); International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGSCSE). Advanced Placement (AP) Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT I/SAT II) Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT)Lions-Quest international programme Trinity International Music Examination. A Saint Maur education includes the benefit of varied extracurricular programmes with outstanding fine-arts faciliites and programmes. Language of instruction is English, with French, Spanish and Japanese as secondary languages. The school is accredited by Countil of International Schools, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Registered Gakko-Hojin by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science and Culture. Note: The traditional Montessori classroom is at preschool level only.
SEISEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (Montessori K – 12)
1-12-15 Yoga, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0097
Phone: 3702-9291 Fax: 3701-1033 Email: email@example.com
An all girls’ school with a Catholic orientation. This international school offers a Montessori Kindergarten program and Montessori training as high school electives. The High School is a college prep program of studies incorporating Christian ethics. Students in the high school are prepared for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), International Baccalaureate and the Advanced Placement exams in 5 subjects. The program of study in grades 11 and 12 can culminate in either a full International Baccalaureate diploma or in individual subject certificates. Advanced Placement courses are offered in 5 subjects and the IOWA Test of Basic Skills, the PSAT/national Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, the SAT, the TOEFL and the IGCSE are also offered.
SETA INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL (Ages 3 – 6 years)
2-19-21 Seta, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0095
Phone/Fax: 03-5717-6769 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Well-balanced curriculum with Montessori and manipulatives, plus latest materials from abroad. Computing music and P.E. are incorporated into the curriculum. School hours are from 9:00 A.M. – 2:30 P.M.
ST. ALBAN’S NURSERY (2 – 5 years)
3-6-25 Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011
Phone: 3431-8534 Fax: 5472-4766 Email: email@example.com
The pre-school aims to provide purposeful and stimulating early childhood activities, to enhance each child’s growth and development. The Montessori programme offers an extensive range of materials and activities based on the well-established principles of the Montessori method. The first steps of reading, writing, number work and nature are introduced in a simple, creative and enjoyable way. Daily emphasis is placed on the creative arts; there are many opportunities for children to enjoy singing, dancing, storytelling, simple drama and artwork. The school has spacious indoor facilities, providing for each child an atmosphere of warmth, understanding and a place to develop, both as an individual and as part of a group.
SUNSHINE MONTESSORI (name has been changed to THE MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF TOKYO) (3 – 6 yrs; elementary programme – 12 years)
3-5-13 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047
Phone: 03-5449-7067 Fax: 03-5449-0087 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunshine along with Little People merged with MST and moved from Shibuya and Setagaya to the Minato-ku area sometime back in their bid to expand into a Preschool cum Elementary School – which explains why names are now attached only to the class programmes. A large team of well qualified and experienced instructors. Though predominantly an English curriculum, Japanese is first introduced in the Sunshine classes (hiragana and reading). Small group lessons are conducted every day (approximately 20 min) for 4 or 5 children and there are Japanese language activities available on the language shelves. Native speakers are also introduced to hiragana and beginning word building and reading. In the Elementary class, children will acquire a basic working knowledge of grammar and writing in hiragana/katakana. There will be opportunities for the study of Kanji as well as oral conversation and communication skills. After school clubs have included music & movement and clay sculpture.
TREEHOUSE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (day preschool – afterschool elementary)
1F Rainbow Aoyagi Building Imaike Minami Chikusa Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 464-0851
Phone: 052-735-8958 Fax: 052-782-2464 Email: Treehouse@global-ed.net
Treehouse’s Children’s Advantage International Academy offers fulltime classes (9:30-2:30 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri) and the programme is based on the Core Knowledge Sequence delivered in a Montessori inspired environment. Students are also welcome to join the Kids Club after school classes (2:30 pm – 3.:30 and 3:30 – 4:20 pm) and the Saturday International Montessori inspired approach is perfect for families that don’t want to compromise on their children’s education while living and working abroad. It is also an exceptionally balanced and complete program for host country families who want an all English program without sacrificing other areas of development. The school offers a preschool early childhood education program that uses the Core Knowledge Pre-school Sequence. The school also offers flexibly scheduled Kids Club after school programs that are play-based (with a strong Montessori influence) allowing children to develop all of their communication and cognitive skills in fun and imaginative ways.
TREEHOUSE MONTESSORI SCHOOL (1-6 years)
16-5, Honmoku Makado, Naka-ku, Yokohama 231-0825
Phone: 045-622-5804 Fax: 045-622-2803 Email: email@example.com
A small independent Montessori school with children 18 months to 6 years of age (Preshcool through Kindergarten) set in a warm, cozy house in the area of Honmoku in Yokohama. Features dedicated teaching staff in a hoke-like learning environment with quality education. Accredited by Montessori Centre International in London, U.K. and was formerly called Rainbow International Montessori School, Yokohama until February 28, 2006.
WHITEHORSE MONTESSORI SCHOOL (2.5 – 6 years)
Montessori education in English by qualified Montessori teachers.
Japanese Montessori schools
BOKO BOKO MONTESSORI KODOMO NO IE モンテッソーリこどもの家ぽこぽこ (Miyagi Prefecture)
福岡市早良区有田8-14-22 Phone: 092-801-1911 Fax: 092-801-1944 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I.C.E. WORLD offers flexi-options Montessori classes in many locations around Japan: see their Homepage.
グランドマンション202，Phone & Fax: 03－3499－5440
〒224-0013 横浜市都筑区すみれが丘42-10 ＜電話＆FAX＞ 045-591-4688
See access info here
LITTLE PEOPLE MONTESSORI SCHOOL
1-36-11 Sakura-shinmachi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0015
Phone: 090-1204-2565 Fax: 5706-4572
See this page explaining the Merry Land educational method which incorporates the Montessori method among others.
MIKUNI YOCHIEN (Japanese)
Offers a traditional Montessori classroom and curriculum with instruction carried out in Japanese
MONTESSORI ACADEMIC CULTURE SCHOOL has two locations
In Meguro-ku, Tokyo Kakinokizaka classrooms 目黒区柿の木坂１-8-8 Phone: 047-352-8220
In Chiba, Shin-urayasu Montessori classrooms 浦安市明海６-１-１０ Phone: 047-352-8220
MONTESSORI CHILDREN’S HOUSE
Harajuku: Grand Manshion 202, 6-18-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150
Sumiregaoka: 42-10 Sumiregaoka, Tsuzuki-cho, Yokohama 224
Classes (for 2 1/2 to 6 yr olds) are taught in Japanese.
MONTESSORI HIMARI KINDERGARTEN & ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Phone: 047-399-8111 Fax：047-399-8136
MONTESSORI KODOMO NO IE (Montessori Children’s House – Japanese)
4-25 Nishi, Edogawa dai, Nagareyama-shi, Chiba
OHANA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (Minato-ku, Tokyo)
2/3F, Park I, 2-17-8 Azabu-juban, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0045 Phone: 03-3451-0087 Fax: 03-5442-3368 Email: email@example.com
Founded in 2010 by Shelley Sacks and Darren Winney, Ohana is a small preschool in the heart of Azabu-juban — bright and colourful classrooms on two floors, with eco-friendly equipment throughout. Curriculum and philosophy based on the integration of a number of early childhood education philosophies: Reggio Emilia, Montessori, and Rudolf Steiner. Emphasises play, singing, art, love for others, and respect for the environment.
OPEN MONTESSORI SCHOOL CEREGHINO KODOMO IE
2-40-3 Arai, Nakano-ku, Tokyo
ST ANNA KODOMO NO IE Machida-shi, Tokyo
聖アンナこどもの家 〒194-0037 東京都町田市木曽西5-38-7 Phone & Fax: 042-792-3825
Phone / Fax: 022-234-5719
Ibaragi-ken Tsukuba-shi, Kaneta 38-5 茨城県つくば市金田
Children can learn to be independent and to broaden the intellect on the basis of Montessori education. The class is very small, so teacher can take good care of each child. Sometimes different aged children get together to play and study.
3 year’s old: about 10 children, 1 class
4 year’s old: about 10 children , 1 class
5 year’s old: about 10 children , 1 class total 20~30, 4 teachers
Time: Monday-Friday [8:30~15:00]
Entrance fee: 150,000 yen at first, monthly cost 42000 yen
No Extra Hour Child care 15:00~17:00 , 1000 yen/hour
Lunch: Children have to bring a bento lunch box everyday.
Open day: anytime
YAHIRO GAKUEN MONTESSORI KODOMO NO IE やひろ学園 モンテッソーリ子供の家
Phone: 047-477-7871 Fax: 047-477-7861 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
YOKOHAMA MONTESSORI YOCHIEN a.k.a. Gakko-kojin Takane Gakuen Yokohama Montessori Yochien （学校法人高根学園 横浜モンテッソーリ幼稚園内）
Nara 5-14-1, Aoba-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture 横浜市青葉区奈良5丁目-14-1
Phone: 045-961-3487 Fax: 045-961-3488
Affiliated elementary school:
YOYOGI MONTESSORI KODOMONO IE (Japanese)
5-8-5-302 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku
Below are websites that offer directories or searches for Montessori schools in Japan:
Omiya-ku, Saitama city, Tokyo 〒330-0855 さいたま市大宮区上小町637-2
Phone/fax: 048-642-0071 Email: email@example.com
A Montessori School in Saitama Shintoshin area for age 0 to 12. Primary language of instruction is English; however Japanese instruction is offered upon request. Individual lessons and small group lessons are also available.
- Babies and infants to be English speakers
- Preschoolers to be bilinguals
- Montessori children to be bilinguals
- Preschoolers to be Montessori children
- Preparation for English preschools, International schools
- Bilingual children froｍ bilingual families
This is where you can gather information on where to go for training in Japanese in the Montessori method
THE INTERNATIONAL MONTESSORI COUNCIL lists schools that are member schools or accredited schools (two different categories).
EHOIKUEN.NET is a useful site to help you search for nursery daycare centers – and you can find Montessori daycare centers by first looking at the specific location listings, then identifying the names with Montessori or KODOMO NO IE in them.
“全国モンテッソーリ教育実施園 ‒ 首都圏エリア版★Kindergarten where Montessori method is executed” appears to have an extensive Montessori kindergarten listing.