The American School in Japan (ASIJ)
ASIJ has a long history of educational excellence. We continue to build on this with cutting-edge initiatives to prepare our students for the future.
Canadian Academy inspires students to inquire, reflect, and choose to compassionately impact the world throughout their lives.
The Montessori School of Tokyo (MST)
Here at MST we cultivate an atmosphere of joy, wonder and appreciation for life. This is a place where children are encouraged to become independent and driven learners who can fulfill their potential.
Nishimachi International School
Nishimachi’s rigorous academic reputation is recognized globally, and is based on our unique history, English–Japanese language programs, and multicultural approach to learning.
St. Alban’s Nursery
Our aim is to enhance each child’s individual development, by providing purposeful and stimulating activities—opportunities to create, play, make friends, and learn, while having fun.
Yokohama International School (YIS)
YIS students have myriad opportunities to explore, develop, and challenge themselves within a caring and exciting learning environment, and we aim to help them take advantage of everything on offer.
New International School of Japan
No more English-only or Japanese-only instruction, and no more standardized age-grade system. This is another way.
Lakeland University Japan Campus
As an international campus representing more than 30 nationalities, Lakeland University Japan offers a distinctive American undergraduate program in a unique Japanese/international setting.
Promoting the Interests of U.S. Business in Japan
The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) was established in 1948 as a means of developing commerce between the U.S. and Japan. Today the ACCJ has offices in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, and represents over 2,700 members from more than 1,000 companies and over 40 countries.