Japan Nursery Institute for General Research, INC.

For the smiles of children
around the world …
For the children who carry the future,
A society where children can be born and raised with peace of mind
We aim at environmental maintenance that can enjoy child care



Bringing smiles to children around the world..

Our mission is For the smiles of children around the world…”

Safety and security, daily life training, seasonal events and songs, careful care and food education. These are among the excellent qualities in “Japanese-style childcare” that has gained worldwide attention. Through Japanese-style childcare, we hope to bring smiles to children around the world.

For our first venture overseas , we opened our Kindergarten in Vietnam In 2017. We will continue to expand in various directions around the world. We hope to introduce and expand “Japanese-style childcare” worldwide through training, lectures, and consulting. 
We would like to ask you to join us in creating “a place filled with children’s smiles”.


A place filled with smiles
The route we walked to school while holding  hands
The songs we sang aloud with  friends
The fun sport day and performances 

We  aim  to  create  a place  that will  always be remorable


  • Operations consulting

    By utilizing our extensive in Japan and overseas, we will support facilities where “Japanese-style childcare” is introduced.

    We offer advice from various points of view to enable smooth management of schools, such as guidance in drawing plans, advice and instruction in setting up furniture,fixtures, playground equipment, etc., needed for operation, formulation of management plans as well as advice and instruction on its implementation, etc.
  • Training

    We offer training in one’s country of choice as well as training in Japan (coming to Japan for training). Out of the 100 types of staff training that we conducts annually, we will assist in getting the right kind of training that matches the skill level of each prospective trainee. If the trainee prefers to come to Japan for training, we can arrange on-site training. On-site training will give trainees more in-depth insight and understanding of Japanese-style childcare through actual environments that will enable them to learn and discover many things that are lacking in classroom training.
  • Lectures

    Lectures on “Japanese-style childcare” are provided upon request. Participants may choose from any of the different themes which are features of Japanese-style childcare, such as  safety and security, daily life training, seasonal events and songs, careful care and food education.
  • School Visits

    Visits to our facilities in Japan are available. This service is recommended to those who are planning on opening child-care facilities, or those who want to experience Japanese-style childcare on site, as well as those who don’t have much image about Japanese-style childcare.

Why Choose Us:

  • 1

    Giving priority to
     safety and security

    Maintaining a safe and secure childcare environment is a priority in all of our corporate activities. We make full use of the methods we have accumulated, both hardware and software, to protect the precious lives of children.
  • 2

    A place that will
    always be memorable

    We value each day of childcare and through our facilities, hoping to create fond memories that children can look back on and cherish even as they become adults.To help stimulate children’s mental development, we offer seasonal events as well as programs tailored for children’s growth.
  • 3

    Extensive track record

    Our group company  operates more than 200 nursery schools and over 80 after-school clubs and children’s houses in Japan, and operates kindergarten overseas, which bears testament to its commitment and extensive track record in this field. Utilizing our experience, we would like to extend our know-how and experience to meet various demands of our customers.


COHAS DANANG  (Danang City, Vietnam)

“COHAS DANANG” Kindergarten was opened in Danang City in Vietnam in September 2017. The name COHAS (initials for Circle Of Happiness And Smile), was chosen to express the essence of “spreading the circle of happiness and smiles around the world”. The smiles on children’s faces represent a treasure for the future that cannot be replaced by anything else. Across borders and beyond the sea, we are firmly committed to support the health and growth of children from all over the world, and to keep the smiles on their faces.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Q.What is the general flow involved up to the consulting contract?

    A.The process leading to making the contract is from ①  to ⑤ below:
    ① Initial discussion
    ② Concluding the NDA
    ③ Visiting schools in Japan
    ④ Making proposals / estimates
    ⑤ Signing the contract

  • Q.How do you price your services?

    A.The fee varies depending on the request made.  Qare given free of charge, so feel free to contact us.

  • Q.In which countries do you provide services?

    A.Our consultants/specialist offer services in many countries around the globe.
    Please be informed that initial meetings will take place via telephone or web-conference.

  • Q.In what language is the service available?

    A.Inquiries are accepted in 3 languages, namely English, Chinese and Vietnamese. The service will be provided mainly in Japanese and an interpreter may be used for other languages.


Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding the opening of a child care facility, consultation etc.


Company Name Japan Nursery Institute for General Research, INC.
Head Office 17F Chikusa New Tower Bldg., 3-15-31 Aoi, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi Aichi, Japan

Tokyo Office 5F Shinagawa Season Terrace, 1-2-70 Konan, Minato-ku Tokyo, Japan
Business Areas Nursery Service
Gymnastics, English and Eurhythmics Schools Contracting Service
Food Service
Distribution Service
Researching , Training and Consulting Service
Date of Establishment March 1, 2013
Capital 10million yen(JP-HOLDINGS, INC. wholly owned subsidiary)
President and Representative Director Shinichiro Tanaka