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October 25, 2004

New School For Tokyo's Indian Residents

Friday's Japan Times reported on the recently opened India International School, which caters for the rapidly growing number of children of Indian parents working in Tokyo. Located in Koto ward, the school teaches all classes in English. At ¥50,000 a month for tuition, the school costs quite a bit less than the average international school. It currently has 35 pupils - 23 kindergartners and 12 elementary school students, including one Japanese and two Pakistani children.
New school in Tokyo opened amid rise in number of Indian residents

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