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Kindergarten, Elementary, and Secondary Schools

最終更新日:2020年12月15日

Kindergarten

Municipal (public) kindergarten

Requirements for admission
5-year-old class (1-year term)   5-year-old registered residents of Tokushima City as of Apr. 1, 2020
4-year-old class (2-year term)   4-year-old registered residents of Tokushima City as of Apr. 1, 2020
3-year-old class (3-year term) 3-year-old registered residents of Tokushima City as of Apr. 1, 2020

*3-year-old class is available at Fukushima Kindergarten, Suketo Kindergarten, Kamona Kindergarten, Hachiman Kindergarten, Sensho Kindergarten and Kawauchi-Kita Kindergarten.

How to apply:

Obtain an application form (*1) both for childcare grant approval (facility-type benefits) and for using a Tokushima municipal kindergarten. This application form is available at the kindergarten of your choice. Fill out the form and submit it to the kindergarten of your choice.For applications, kindergartens are open from 8:30am to 5:00pm on weekdays.

  • *1 To use municipal kindergartens, “municipal approval for education” is necessary.

School hours & lunch

  • Half-day-care Day: From 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
  • Full-day-care Day: From 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

School district

There is no designated school district for kindergarten. Parents can freely choose any municipal kindergarten regardless of their place of residence in Tokushima City. However, school districts are designated for elementary and junior high schools according to the child’s registered place of residence.

Childcare/School fees

Childcare fees are free/no charge.
No admission fees

Admission in the middle of the school year

If you want to start kindergarten in the middle of the school year, please ask the kindergarten you wish to join. 

School uniforms

Some kindergartens have their own uniforms.

National kindergarten & Private kindergarten

These kindergartens are not under control of our municipal board of education. Please contact them or visit their websites for information about admission.

For Inquiries

School Education Division (Gakko Kyoiku-ka) TEL: 088-621-5435 FAX: 088-624-2577

Admission to elementary & secondary (junior high) schools

Education for foreign students

Although the Japanese law does not include foreign students in compulsory education, Japanese elementary and secondary schools do accept foreign children. Your child is not obligated to attend a Japanese elementary or secondary school, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have the opportunity to attend.

School register

Registered residents who will become school age the next school year will receive a school enrollment notification (Nyugaku tsuchi-sho) in early December. Parents are asked to fill out the enrollment form (Nyugaku todoke), which is sent to you with the school enrollment notification, and submit it to the designated school before the deadline. If parents do not wish to send their children to the designated schools, they do not need to submit the enrollment form.
As for those who are registered as residents after November and wish to attend a public school, please come to our School Education Division (Gakko Kyoiku-ka) with your residence card (zairyu card) or foreign registration card.

Transfering schools

Foreign children who wish to continue studying after arriving in Japan can start school in the middle of the grade in Japanese public schools

How to register

Please come to our School Education Division (Gakko Kyoiku-ka) with your seal and residence card (zairyu card) or foreign registration card after completing the resident registration for your child at the Resident Registration Division (Jumin-ka).

School life support

Japanese language assistance

Language assistance is available for Japanese returnee children and foreign children who attend municipal elementary/junior high schools and who are in need of linguistic support in their school life or study. Japanese language teachers are arranged upon application via school.

Financial assistance

Costs for school supplies are assisted for parents/guardians who have difficulties in sending their children to schools due to economic reasons. Documents to show your income and other information are required for eligibility screening

For Inquiries

School Education Division (Gakko Kyoiku-ka) TEL: 088-621-5412 FAX: 088-624-2577

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ファクス:088-654-2116

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