Tokyo Indonesian School (Sekolah Republik Indonesia Tokyo)
On 21st April 1962, Taman Pendidikan Indonesia — which was located in Tokyo — was established. The inauguration was presented by Mr. R. Bambang Sugeng, the Ambassador of Indonesia for Japan in a Kartini Day ceremony.
Taman Pendidikan Indonesia later changed its name officially into Sekolah Republik Indonesia Tokyo (SRIT or Tokyo Indonesian School) on 17 August 1963 based on the Decree of Minister of Education and Culture of Indonesia number 83 dated 1st September 1963 and it has the same status with all government school in Indonesia.
There were three levels of education in SRIT which were, Kindergarten, Elementary and Junior high school with 45 students in total of all. The school was located in Pondok OWIT (Indonesian Women Organization Tokyo).
Non-English international school in Tokyo for children aged 4 to 18, kindergarten through high school – Indonesian curriculum taught in the Indonesian language.ages 4 to 18, kindergarten through high school – Indonesian curriculum taught in the Indonesian language.
Extra-curricular activities such as playing gamelan, traditional music, Pencaksilat (a traditional Indonesian sport) and traditional dancing are open to children not enrolled in the regular curriculum. Teachers are Japanese, Native English and Native Indonesian speakers.