A unique, natural setting where international children can explore and discover the world around them.
Jinseki Kogen is nestled in the Chugoku Mountains, the setting of many Japanese myths. In a secure and safe environment, our children can experience beautiful waterfalls, rivers, and mountain views. It is the perfect location to nurture the five senses, foster environmental responsibility and embrace the natural world.
The area of Jinseki Kogen is an abundant source of fresh, nutritious food that is beneficial for both children’s diet and growth. From local produce and beef to the marvelous stock of seafood from the Setouchi Inland Sea, our children will be offered healthy, balanced meals each and every day.
Near the school
Located to the south is the Ohama Sea Park. Children can enjoy playing or relaxing on its white sand beach overlooking the stunning Setouchi Inland Sea. To the north, the Nekoyama Snow Resort caters for all levels of ability—Beginner to Advanced—with a ski season that lasts from December to March. These are just two of the outdoor facilities we have affiliations with.
90 minutes to the west is the historically profound city of Hiroshima. Hiroshima is home to two world heritage sites: the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in the centre of the city, and the Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima nearby. The latter is one of the most significant shrines in Japan and the only one in the world built above water—considered one of the “Three Great Views of Japan.”
Hiroshima is a flourishing city that boasts deep artistic roots. It prides itself on housing the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, as well as many museums and art galleries. The city also supports their professional sports teams such as the Hiroshima Toyo Carp baseball team and the Sanfrecce Hiroshima football team. Hiroshima is a beautiful example of a city that has it all—history, arts and culture.