India International School in Japan
Responding to the Indian IT boom in Japan, India International School in Japan opened its doors in 2004. Its current campus is a former Japanese elementary school in Koto-ku.
Hindi, however, isn't the only language available. You can choose one from a variety of Tamil (native teacher), Nepali (native), and of course, Hindi.
The school not only emphasises academics but also physical education. Students may participate in co-curricular activities for an additional fee. The school has two laboratories; one is the science lab and the retro-computer lab with windows software and more than 50 seats and computers.
As of 2018, the Tokyo Campus of IISJ has more than 1,000 students with children from various nationalities i.e. Japan, Pakistan, and India of course.
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