India International School in Japan

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India International School in Japan, Tokyo

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 classes are conducted in Hindi while English is the educational medium of other classes.[1]Its curriculum is based on standards set by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in India.

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.

Student Body[edit]

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.

See also[edit]

Japanese schools in India:


  1. ^ Saito, Mayumi. "Weekend Beat: Japanese parents praise Tokyo's Indian schools" (Archive). The Asahi Shimbun/International Herald Tribune. September 22, 2007, Tokyo edition. Retrieved on March 10, 2015. See alternate location (Archive).

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