Shenzhen Japanese School

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Shenzhen Japanese School
Shenzhen Japanese School is located in Guangdong
Shenzhen Japanese School
Shenzhen Japanese School
Shenzhen Japanese School is located in China
Shenzhen Japanese School
Shenzhen Japanese School
295 Gongye 8th Road, Nanshan Dist., Shenzhen, Guangdong
Coordinates22°30′05″N 113°55′03″E / 22.501345°N 113.917554°E / 22.501345; 113.917554
Shenzhen Japanese School
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese深圳日本人學校
Simplified Chinese深圳日本人学校
Japanese name

The Shenzhen Japanese School is a Japanese international school in the Xinchen Dasha[note 1],[1] Shekou Industrial Zone, Nanshan District, Shenzhen.[2][3] As of 2007, the largest group of foreigners in Shenzhen are in Shekou, and the Japanese school was one of many foreign schools in that area.[4]


Haitao Hotel, the original location of the school

Around 2004 the Shenzhen Japanese Chamber of Commerce suggested establishing a Japanese school.[2] Shenzhen Fuji Xerox and several other Japanese companies sponsored the Japanese school. It was scheduled to begin operations in April 2008.[5] On April 23, 2008 the Ministry of Education of China approved the establishment of the school.[6] The school opened on Friday June 13, 2008. At that time the school had 39 students and 17 teachers.[2] The school initially occupied an area on the second floor of the Haitao Hotel[note 2] in Shekou. The school was scheduled to move out within three years and take a permanent facility.[5]

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Mainland China-aligned Chinese international schools in Japan:


  1. ^ 新晨大厦; 新晨大廈; Xīnchén Dàshà; san1 san4 daai6 haa6
  2. ^ 海涛酒店; 海濤酒店; Hǎitāo Jiǔdiàn; hoi2 tou4 zau2 dim3


  1. ^ "深圳市教育局-【国际学校】深圳日本人学校." City of Shenzhen. Retrieved on April 15, 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "Shenzhen's first Japanese school opens in Shekou" (Archive). Shenzhen Daily. June 16, 2008. Retrieved on January 14, 2015. Alternate link at (Archive) Xinhua, Alternate link at
  3. ^ "深圳日本人学校 事務職員 募集要項." Shenzhen Japanese School. Retrieved on January 14, 2015. "連絡先 深圳日本人学校 中華人民共和国広東省深圳市南山区工業八路295号"
  4. ^ "Shenzhen to have two more international schools" (Archive). Shenzhen Daily. October 17, 2007. Reprinted at Retrieved on January 14, 2015.
  5. ^ a b Han, Ximin. "Japanese school to open in April" (Archive). Shenzhen Daily. Friday March 28, 2008. Retrieved on January 14, 2014.
  6. ^ "Name list of schools with the accreditation by the Ministry of Education For enrolling children of foreign nationals" (Archive). Ministry of Education of China. Retrieved on January 15, 2015.

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