Information Session Application Form

Harumi Campus

International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP)
Accredited School

Primary Years Programme



Hidden in an Office District
The Best Natural Environment

Despite being in the Harumi area filled with high-rise buildings, Harumi Campus is surrounded by a large park and many other natural environments. Students can feel the changes of the seasons all around, which helps their emotional growth.


Learning Through Play

Everyday, the campus is filled with students’ smiles and laughter. Activities that just look like playing, are actually full of tricks. Students will be experiencing age-appropriate playing and activities. By expanding and deepening their learning through play, students can cultivate high academic skills. Life is nothing without fun. Exciting days await our students.

観察する子どもたち 地球儀

Discover the World Through IB Curriculum

We are an International Baccalaureate (IB) accredited school. PYP (Primary Years Programme) begins in the K3 class, where students explore 4 Units through UOI (Units of Inquiry) a school year. Through daily inquiry-based learning activities, no matter their nationality or race, each student will expand his or her potential, and explore what the world is and who we are from various perspectives. We support the growth of students to have a global perspective in an age-appropriate manner.

After School Program
and School Bus

While popular after-school lessons in the Harumi area are said to have a 2-3 year waiting list, Harumi campus offers a wide variety of programs every day, such as piano, classical ballet, HipHop dance, programming, and gymnastics. Among these, classical ballet, HipHop dance, and programming classes will be in English. Since all programs are held on campus, they are highly appreciated by parents, as they don’t need to pick-up/drop-off afar.

The school bus service is available in the morning and evening, one covering the Harumi area and the other in the Toyosu area, for students over 2 years old.

ダンスをする子どもたち スクールバスに乗る子どもたち

School Overview

Name Aoba-Japan Bilingual Preschool Harumi Campus
Address Harumi Triton Square 2F, 1-8-2 Harumi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0053
TEL 03-6228-1811
Open Days Monday to Friday (ALA Programs on Saturdays)
Open Hours 7:30am-7:30pm
- Regular school hours 9:00am-5:00pm
- Extended childcare hours 7:30am-9:00am / 5:00pm-7:30pm
- Drop-off time 9:00am-9:20am, Pick-up time 4:45pm-5:00pm
- ASP (After School Program) are also available
Holidays​ ​Saturdays, Sundays, National Holidays, Golden Week (+/- 1 week), Summer Break (1 week in August), Winter Break (December 25th to January 4th), Spring Break (end of March to beginning of April)
*In addition: the Aoba-Japan Seasonal Programs are held for 1 week during the Summer Break.​(Separate fees/discounts applicable for internal students).

Facility Outline

License/Certificate Certificate of meeting the Guidance and Supervision Standards for Unlicensed Childcare Facilities issued by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Floor Area 518㎡
Capacity 156 people
Building For Childcare purposes
Reinforced concrete / 2nd floor of a 3 story building
Facility Details Classroom / Library / Children’s toilet / Children’s sink / Office room / Kitchenette / Meeting Room / Outdoor deck
Equipment Fully air-conditioned / Emergency supplies / Security camera and Security card system / Machine security system / Automatic fire equipment / Fire extinguisher / AED etc.
Safety Assurance Childcare liability insurance

Principal’s Message

Chikako Sasaki

Chikako Sasaki


Many parents/guardians wish for their children to be able to speak English, to have a global perspective, and to become internationally-minded individuals. However, unfortunately, there are many children who are receiving English education from an early age who do not know much about Japan, their home country and/or the country in which they now live. I myself was one of them. I still remember the embarrassment I felt when I played my first international rugby match as a member of the Japanese national rugby team and was asked by a player from the opposing country to "tell us what you like about Japan”.

At our school, we do not neglect learning about the beauty of Japanese culture and customs, and we not only provide an international education, but also learn about our own roots, based on the six transdisciplinary themes of the International Baccalaureate. The school also fosters the ability to think with an inquiry-based approach, and provides an environment for effective language learning through immersion education that showers students with English. We spend time every day with children thinking deeply about their interests in play, acting on them, sharing their achievements, and experiencing a sense of accomplishment. At A-JB Harumi Campus, play is very important for children, and by having children play hard, they deepen their understanding of Japanese culture and their surroundings. With the foundation, children develop a spirit of inquiry and action, language skills, and cross-cultural understanding that will be useful throughout their lives. We hope to foster the foundation for the development of a truly "global human being" who is healthy in mind and body.


Born in Iwate, Japan. Qualified as a kindergarten teacher and a nursery teacher, and has a total of 27 years of experience in kindergarten, nursery school, and after-school childcare. Was a member of the Japanese women's national rugby team for 13 years and participated in the 4th Women's Rugby World Cup in Spain in 2002. Was the general manager and forward coach of the first women's rugby team in Japan after retiring. Later, while coaching a rugby team in New Zealand, volunteered at kindergartens and nurseries in Australia and New Zealand. In April 2024, joined K.K. Aoba International Educational Systems which operates Aoba-Japan Bilingual Preschool and became the principal of the Harumi Campus.

漆原 貴子
Vice Principal

Takako Urushibara

Haruko Isobe
PYP Coordinator

Haruko Isobe


Harumi Campus

Harumi Triton Square 2F, 1-8-2 Harumi,
Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0053


7 minute walk from exits A2a or A2b of Kachidoki Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line
9 minute walk from exit 10 of Tsukishima Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line or Toei Subway Oedo Line