Lycée Franco-Japonais de Tokyo
The Lycée franco-japonais de Tokyo (LFJT) is a French international school belonging to a network of establishments operated by the Agence pour l’enseignement français à l’étranger (AEFE), part of the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs.
It is a private educational foundation accredited under Japanese law and established by French authorities (AEFE) and the Governorate of Tokyo on December 20, 2005.
All students are French-speaking, regardless of nationality. Courses are taught in French (with the exception of certain bilingual French/English sections). Japanese language and literature are introduced in the lower primary years.
Students are welcomed from “petite section” (pre-kindergarten; age 3) to Terminale (age 18).
Lfit has the equipment and sports and cultural facilities spread over a campus of more than 2 hectares.