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3 recommended international schools in Shinagawa! Introducing the characteristics of Shinagawa

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  • This article explains recommended international schools and preschools in Shinagawa.

    If you would like to enroll your child in an international school or preschool in Shinagawa, please use this as a reference!

    International school/preschool in Shinagawa

    First, we will introduce international schools and preschools in Shinagawa.

    We are introducing three carefully selected schools, so please take a look.

    Shinagawa International School (SIS)

    School nameShinagawa International School (SIS)
    Shinagawa International School
    address4-8-8 Higashishinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002
    Target age/course3 to 14 years old
    Preschool (3 to 4 years old) Elementary school (1st to 5th grade) Junior high school (6th to 10th grade)
    Tuition feeApplication fee: 20,000 yen
    Admission fee: 650,000 yen
    Tuition fee: 750,000 yen per term (preschool/1st to 5th grade)
    EAL fee (if required): 200,000 yen per term
    home pageShinagawa International School

    Shinagawa International School (SIS) is an international school with campuses in Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa Ward (near Shinagawa Seaside Station) and Oimachi.

    We offer preschool courses for ages 3 to 4, grades 1 to 5 (elementary school students), and grades 6 to 10 (junior high school).

    The unique feature is that it is accredited by the International Baccalaureate (IB). The International Baccalaureate (IB) is a certification given to schools that have prepared curriculum and systems that are full of a spirit of challenge and an understanding of diversity.

    You can say that this is a school that has been certified by an external organization and that you can feel safe sending your child to.

    canadian international school

    School name School
    Tokyo (CIS)
    address5-8-20 Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0001
    Target age/course3 to 18 years old
    Kindergarten (3 to 5 years old), elementary school, middle school, high school
    Tuition feeExamination fee: 35,000 yen
    Admission fee: Kindergarten 150,000 yen / Elementary school to high school 300,000 yen
    Educational enrichment fee: Elementary school to high school 200,000 yen
    Tuition fee: Kindergarten 1.6 million yen per year / Elementary school 175 yen per year 10,000 yen / Junior high school 1.9 million yen / High school 2 million yen per year Facility
    maintenance fee, etc.: 250,000 yen
    home pageCanadian International School

    Canadian International School is an international school with a campus located a 7-minute walk from Osaki Station.

    We have kindergarten (3-5 years old), elementary school, middle school, and high school.

    A distinctive feature is that it has received education-related certification from Canada, the USA, Europe, and Japan. For example, we are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) from the USA and the IB PYP (International Baccalaureate Primary Education Program) from Europe.

    Another attractive point is that we have a rich track record of getting accepted to universities both domestically and internationally, and that we provide support for students who are about to catch up with their English proficiency.

    DiLuca Gotenyama Nursery School

    School nameDiLuca Gotenyama Nursery School
    address2F, 5-12-1 Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
    Target age/courseNursery school (0-4 years old)
    International school (2-5 years old)
    Tuition feeSchool supplies at time of admission: 100,000 yen Annual
    fee: Approximately 137,000 yen
    home pageDiLuca Gotenyama Nursery School

    DiLuca Nursery School is an international school located near Kitashinagawa Station. However, in addition to being operated under the name of a nursery school, the target age group is 0 to 5 years old, so it is best to think of it as an educational institution that has a preschool and an international school.

    Our childcare policy is to foster children's physical and mental health, support their spontaneity and independence, and foster their creativity and expressiveness.

    The school's appeal is that it has introduced an educational program based on the Nordic method, and that it takes care of everything from pre-school acclimatization to post-school dietary education, security and safety measures. We also flexibly support extended childcare, holiday childcare, and spot childcare.

    Characteristics of Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo

    Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo is home to several high-quality international schools and preschools.

    Shinagawa Ward is considered one of the safest areas in Tokyo, as many high-income households live there.

    Recommended for those who want to live in an environment in Tokyo where they can raise their children with peace of mind, and those who want to raise their children in a family close to Japan's affluent class.

    For reference, the average rent for a rental apartment in Shinagawa Ward is 198,500 yen for a 2LDK. (According to Apaman Shop research)

    Reference: Rent price of rental apartments for families in Tokyo [Apaman Shop]


    So far, we have introduced international schools and preschools in Shinagawa.

    Please refer to the contents and make your life comfortable in Japan.

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