To foster a rich heart and identity as an international individual of the future.
Compared to the era we were raised in, Japan is rapidly changing.
Especially in Tokyo, where a variety of cultures exchange and mingle daily.
As parents blessed with two young boys of our own, we can only imagine what kind of future awaits them, and how they must come to adapt to our quickly changing world.
We as Japanese people are known for being raised in a tradition of rich culture passed down from our ancestors to be courteous and thoughtful. We wish to uphold this tradition through our children, while preparing them to further expand their horizons and become accomplished in international exchanges.
Words are essential for international exchange. Japanese is a very beautiful, expressive language but it goes without saying that there are limits to how much it can be used to communicate with people around the world. Along with embracing their Japanese identity, children raised with English comprehension can further their leadership skills on an international level.
Kamalei International School was founded with this goal in mind. We hope that we can cultivate an atmosphere that promotes various ways of learning through our diverse staff, enriching curriculum, and fun. Our kind and skilled staff is devoted to our education philosophy, and we trust that through spending time with them your child will foster a rich heart and courage to help them succeed in the future.
Kamalei International School’s curriculum is filled with many extracurricular activities. Through interacting with other people, animals, and nature, we believe we can foster rich childhoods and personalities.
Tomoya Tsurusaki Architect Company Current Representative Director
Tomoya Tsurusaki's architectural work won the Grand Prix of the 2018 Kumamoto Landscape Award. " Cuisine LOOP"
Selected as Honorable Mention by Architecture MasterPrize, USA Architecture Award.
Tsurusaki Current Director
Japan Vacation Rental Association Current Representative Director
Classic Railway Hotel Current Director
Tomoya Tsurusaki Architect Company
Mojgan Gilani Sayyah
Hello! My name is Mojgan! I’m a bilingual teacher who loves to work with kids. This will be my second year of teaching in Tokyo and my fourth year teaching preschool-kindergarten. I can’t wait to help you become more confident in English and expose you to lots of new English adventures! I enjoy reading, traveling, and cooking. I look forward to seeing you at Kamalei International School!
Hello! My name is Ayu. I came to Japan for the first time in 2016 for a student exchange program in one of the universities in Japan. I’m interested in Japanese craft works and arts. I also love Japanese vending machines. Back in my childhood, I admired my parents and teachers who taught me a lot of knowledge with fun. I like playing with kids and seeing them learn while having fun. See you at Kamalei International School. Let’s have fun together!
Kerry Alexis Miller
I’m Kerry, an English-speaker from Northern Ireland. I’m here in Japan to learn more about this wonderful country. I enjoy teaching young children English, as well as encouraging them to be creative and confident. I love art, and I think it is great when students express themselves creatively. Let’s have fun at Kamalei International School!
Phoebe Nicole Ho
Hi, I’m Phoebe! I’m from sunny Southern California, and I love to paint and draw in my free time. I think it’s wonderful to get kids excited and interested in learning languages, being creative, and having fun with their peers from a young age. See you at Kamalei!
Naomi Tachibana (Counselor)
Tsukuba University Education Department, Psychological Development Consultation Office
Graduated from Waseda University
Received Master’s Degree, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Science, Tsukuba University (Master’s in Counseling)
Please feel free to contact us about any concerns you may have in raising your child. Let’s think and work together.