The Ayla Method: Igniting a Passion for Learning
Welcome to Ayla International School, a unique bilingual and multi-age learning environment located in the heart of Shirokanedai, Minato-Ku, Tokyo.
We believe that every student has unique strengths and talents.
The Ayla Method is an all-encompassing approach to learning. We encourage students to express themselves freely and be excited about learning.
The Ayla Method seeks to ignite a passion for education at an early stage and foster a lifelong love of learning.
Registered with Minato-ku
As a ninkagai status school, we are authorized to provide childcare benefits for children between the ages of 1 and 5 years old.
This means parents can receive financial support for their child's education. Please visit the ward office to apply for this benefit.
We take pride in providing top-quality education and care to children, and we look forward to welcoming new students who can obtain these benefits.
Bilingual and Multi-Age Program
We teach every student according to their strengths with the Ayla Method. Our Bilingual (English and Japanese) and Multi-Age Program acknowledges that every child is unique and requires a different style of learning. Our program provides a nurturing environment with one-on-one attention, ensuring that each child’s individual needs are met.
Enrollments Open for ages 1 to 6
Our admissions team is available to answer your questions and process your application.
Apply today and join our community of learners.
Short Term Enrollments!
Our program is designed for children ages 1-6 and offers a variety of activities and experiences to help children develop their skills and knowledge. Short Term enrollments can span 1-3 months, with class from 9:00 am-1:00 pm, with the option of extended care until 6:00 pm.
Learn more about it here: Short Term Enrollments
A Proud Member of TAIP!
Ayla is a proud founding member of the Tokyo Association of International Preschools (TAIP). TAIP supports early childhood educators in Japan through training, networking, and publicity.
Learn more: Tokyo Association of International Preschools