Kspace International School Tokyo
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Tokyo, Japan 

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Overall: (4.0 from 5 reviews)
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Ages:1 to 11 Primary Language:English
Curriculum:Japanese Max Class Size:Unknown

At Tspace we have a refreshingly open approach to education, superb curricula and materials, unusual theme studies and an environment unlike any other. Dedicated teachers deliver beautifully planned lessons in an upbeat style that the children adore. For younger children, focus is on communication, sensory stimulation, music and movement, creativity, fine and large motor skill development through play, early literacy, and social skills.


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Geuko Bosker, 11 months ago


Great school where kids continuously learn to amaze themselves. It really emphasizes on creativity which is one of the core competences of humans that we will need more and more in the future to distinguish ourselves.

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Manami k, a week ago


Good school !

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JWK, 10 months ago


Heart of gold school, I highly recommend them! They hire top quality teachers and staff.

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Megha Mehta, 11 months ago


This school is simply amazing! The staff is very kind, pays attention to detail and offers great advice to parents. My daughter attented private lessons at K space in order to prepare for her interview at another international school and we were really impressed with the results the teachers were able to acheive in a week!

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N M, 7 months ago


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