Home Education in Japan : Cultivating Holistic Development

Home education in Japan serves as the foundation of all education, focusing on essential skills and social manners. It significantly influences children’s thinking and interactions. This article explores Japanese home education, provides examples, and highlights the differences from school-based education. Through this exploration, we discover the importance of home education […]

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Educational Reforms in Japan : Impacts, Innovations, and Challenges

In the same year that National Education Policy 2020 was published in India, major educational reforms were also carried out in Japan. The 2020 educational reforms have brought major changes to Japan’s education system. The shift to flexible forms of learning, the promotion of STEM education, and changes in evaluation

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Japanese Educational System:From Preschool to Higher Education

Education System Japanese education adopts a 6-3-3-4-year educational framework. Children are required to attend school compulsory for a minimum of 9 years as follows : Education from Grade 1 to 6 at elementary school (Primary) and Grade 1 to 3 at junior high school (Lower Secondary School), also called as

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Why Do Japanese Students Clean and Serve Lunch at School ?

The Japanese educational system has unique characteristics compared to many other countries. For instance, school lunches, student promotion, cleaning, club activities, and group behavior are some of the interesting elements of Japanese school education. These elements are closely tied to Japanese society and culture, providing an education that is unique

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An unforgettable experience that transcends language barriers through our Global Quiz Competition

Over 250 Students of Bal Bharati Public School, Rohini interacted with students from a government school in Kagoshima prefecture, Japan in December 2023. In this program, the students learned about Japanese lifestyle and customs by watching videos made by Japanese students, and then took part in a global quiz competition

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[Study Tour from Japan] Both Japanese and Indian students broadened their horizons and learned from each other

In December, two prestigious Japanese schools came to India for study tours coordinated by us. Osaka Meisei Gakuen, Meisei High School visited The HDFC School, Gurgaon Toshimagaoka Joshigakuen Junior & Senior High School visited Uttam School for Girls It’s not an one-day interaction event. Japanese students stayed at homes of

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Our founder met Mr. Manoj Singh Negi, Embassy of India, Tokyo, Japan to discuss mutual understanding and support for cross-cultural programs

Recently, our founder, Takanobu Tanaka visited Mr. Manoj Singh Negi, First Secretary who is in charge of culture and education at Embassy of India, Tokyo, Japan and discussed mutual understanding between India and Japan and education in both countries. Embassy of India, Tokyo, Japan will provide support to our programs

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Partnership with IIT Delhi to provide amazing learning experiences for both Indian and Japanese students

  We are pleased to report that our partnership with IIT Delhi’s Academic Outreach and New Initiatives has brought approximately 40 high school students from India and Japan to IIT Delhi (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi) in July 2023.     The students attended a riveting robotics workshop led by

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A great interaction between top-ranked girls’ schools in both India and Japan (Uttam School for Girls, Ghaziabad and Toshimagaoka Joshigakuen School)

We have successfully conducted a Global Collaborative Learning Program between Uttam School for Girls, Ghaziabad and Toshimagaoka Joshigakuen Junior and Senior High School. We had over 50 participants from grade 9 to 11 from each school. All of them were very proactive and did a great job in the interaction. Toshimagaoka Joshigakuen is one

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Global Collaborative Learning Program between Doshisha International Junior/Senior High School and Bluebells School International

We successrully conducted a Global Collaborative Learning Program between Doshisha International Junior/Senior High School and Bluebells School International. Doshisha International Junior/Senior High School is one of the most famous schools in Japan with their international education. Their mission is “To nurture students to develop their full potential in an environment of

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