Jinseki International School
will participate in LINDEN Boarding School Tours
and join tours to be held in Moscow, the United States, Shanghai, and Tokyo.
Next Educational Environment Development (NEED, located in Jinsekikogen-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture), which aims at opening “Jinseki International School,” Japan’s first boarding school for primary school children, will participate in LINDEN Boarding School Tours and join tours to be held in Moscow, the United States, Shanghai, and Tokyo. In August this year, the Hiroshima Prefectural Government officially accepted applications submitted by Jinseki International School for approval as an education corporation and authorization for establishing the school. As the applications have been accepted, the school is now able to officially start student recruitment activities. In line with this, in order to start activities to accept a wide range of students from inside and […]
Jinseki International School Information Sessions
Welcome to Jinseki International School. We are excited to offer a unique educational experience in the idyllic setting of rural Hiroshima. To encourage potential candidates to our school, we will be holding a number of on-site briefings at our location in Jinsekikōgen-chō, Hiroshima Prefecture. […]
A uniform designed by Tae Ashida for the school’s opening in 2020
Jinseki International School, the first Japanese boarding school targeting primary/elementary school children, has unveiled the school uniform for its opening in April 2020. The school entrusted the design to Tae Ashida, famous for her collection aimed at urban professional women. Ms. Ashida’s high-quality, practical and elegant clothing is extremely popular with influential women in various fields ranging from imperial household members, political and business VIPs, and actresses. The introduction of a men’s fashion line in her latest collection drew wide public attention. Ms. Ashida, who has designed various uniforms, has a clear vision for Jinseki: “This is for children who will play active roles in the future, so I imagined […]