Asociación Academia de Cultura Japonesa (Peru)

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Asociación Academia de Cultura Japonesa (リマ日本人学校, Rima Nihonjin Gakkō) is a Japanese international school in Surco, Lima, Peru. It is under the Asociación Academia de Cultura Japonesa (社団法人日本文化協会, Shadan Hōjin Nippon Bunka Kyōkai), which has the same Spanish name but a different Japanese name.[1] It serves elementary and junior high school levels.

The リマ日本語講習会 opened in 1969. The Instituto Nacional de Cultura of Peru gave approval for the establishment of the day school in June 1971.[1]

See also[edit]

Peruvian schools in Japan:


  1. ^ a b "リマ日本人学校の概要" (Archive). Asociación Academia de Cultura Japonesa. Retrieved on October 25, 2015. "Calle Las Clivias(Antes Calle"A") No.276, Urb. Pampas de Santa Teresa, Surco, LIMA-PERU (ペルー国リマ市スルコ区パンパス・デ・サンタテレサ町クリヴィアス通り276番地)"

Further reading[edit]

(in Japanese)

  • Sugimoto, Hiroshi (杉本 裕司) and 全国海外子女教育・国際理解教育研究協議会. インカの響き風爽やか : ペルー・リマ日本人学校通信. (国際理解教育選書シリーズ) 創友社, 2008.7. ISBN 9784915658655. See profile at CiNii.
  • 横丁 郁朗. "海外勤務での伝染性肝炎は労災か?--リマ日本人学校教員が公務上申請." Safety & Health (いのちと健康) 1993(11), p2-11, 1993-10. 労働教育センタ-. See profile at CiNii.

From people affiliated with the school:

Books from the school:

  • "コノスカモスペルー: リマ日本人学校社会科副読本資料集." リマ日本人学校運営委員会, 1990. See profile at Google Books.

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