Through extended interactions with native teachers and peers, children naturally cultivate familiarity and interest in English.
Activities like English songs, dances, nature walks, crafts, group games, and storybook readings, aligned with monthly themes, create an environment akin to English-speaking countries’ language learning atmospheres.

Service Center: All Centers
*Service Alias: Preschool 2, Exclusive to Higashiazabu Center
  • ages 2 years 6 months to 4 years
  • 240 mins


  • Expressing
    thoughts in words Genuine language usage is acquired through exposure to native teachers’ authentic English. Newly acquired vocabulary and phrases are practiced in interactions with staff and friends.
  • Conversationalfamiliarity Preschool classes serve as platforms for hands-on English communication. Children develop the capability to articulate daily activities, actions, and their surroundings in English, thus applying their language skills.
  • Encouraging independence and individuality Living within a diverse group of individuals from various backgrounds fosters a mindset of understanding and embracing differences. This environment nurtures independence, individuality, and a global perspective in children.


Sample schedule, subject to slight variations based on the center.

  • 10:00 Free Play Time

    Free Play Time

    To acclimate to the setting, children are encouraged to indulge in their favorite activities, creating a pleasant start to the day. Play serves as a platform for children to cultivate social skills like building rapport with teachers and peers, sharing, taking turns, and engaging in cooperative play.

  • 10:20 Circle Time

    Circle Time

    Gathered in a large circle, we engage in song together. We foster independent thinking skill through greetings and responses to a range of questions like our names, ages, and preference.

  • 10:40 Calendar & ABC Time

    Calendar & ABC Time

    Explore seasons, dates, days of the week, and weather with a unique calendar. Sing ABC songs and master the alphabet through flashcards.

  • 11:00 Park Time

    Park Time

    Engage in park activities with teachers and friends to experience the season and understand traffic rules.

  • 12:10 Lunch Time

    Lunch Time

    Open a lunch box and wait at “Hands on your knees” when ready. Lunch time is for engaging in conversations with teachers and friends while also learning dining etiquette.

  • 13:10 Activity Time

    Activity Time

    We conduct diverse activities targeting fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social skills, creativity, cognitive development, and language skills. Aligned with monthly themes, we explore nature, society, and global cultures to learn around 100 words annually.

    Engage in activities like writing, coloring, drawing, pasting, and folding to naturally acquire English expressions.

    Language Arts
    Our aim is for children to recognize and verbalize the alphabet (A-Z), numbers (1-20), colors, and shapes.

  • 13:40 Story Time

    Story Time

    When the teacher introduces the picture book, children sit down and prepare to listen to the story. Reading aloud with interactive communication helps in learning English expressions and fostering sensitivity and creativity.

  • 13:50 Sticker & Good-Bye Time / Explanation to Parents

    Sticker & Good-Bye Time / Explanation to Parents

    Place stickers on attendance notes and conclude the lesson with a good-bye song.During this period, native teachers and bilingual staff will provide explanations about the day’s lessons to parents.

  • Toilet Time

    Toilet Time

    Toilet training is also conducted in English, focusing on fostering independence and proper social behavior, such as waiting for one’s turn.

Extended Care Service for Busy Parents

We offer a flexible temporary storage service (fee-based) in 30-minute increments.
Pickup and drop-off times can be customized to accommodate parents’ work and family schedules.
This service is conducted in an immersive “English” environment, allowing children to practice the language skills learned in class.
It’s a convenient service that enhance your child’s English proficiency.


  • Our Unique Curriculum

    Original Curriculum

    Our Unique Curriculum

    Aligned with the curriculum, we employ Kids International’s exclusive teaching materials, supplemented by take-home resources for practicing class activities at home.
    Through a collaborative effort between the school and families, we provide robust support for your child’s English learning journey.
    (*Photo for illustrative purposes)

  • Starter Kit

    Starter Kit

    Starter Kit

    The starter kit includes:
    Backpack: To carry lunch and a change of clothes.
    T-shirts (2 red/light blue): To match with the teachers.
    Hat: Worn by everyone during Park Time.


Enjoyable English learning for parents and children

As newcomers to an English-speaking environment, both parents and children found joy in the daily exploration of new words and phrases. The experience of learning together was delightful, and now, we even enjoy watching movies and animations to continue our English learning journey in an enjoyable and interactive way.

Parents of K.T (3 years old) Preschool


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