Or actively searching for day care
Competition for slots at day care centres in Japan is so tough, that it has its own name. Parents apply to between 20-30 day care centres to find a spot in one for their small children in order to return to work. And while the Prime Minister has made ‘womenomics’ – keeping young, educated women in the workforce, central to his economic revival plan, the current situation is inadequate to cater to the needs of young families in Japan.
Our goal is to improve the Japanese view of privately owned day care by providing a known and trusted network of day care centres that is easily identifiable and supplies a complete range of services for parents’ complete peace of mind.
Funding is required to facilitate a well-run, safe, hoikuen for children from ages 0-5 years, which is outlined as follows:
The centres will offer both Japanese and English language teaching with accredited tutors to encourage development in a nurturing and structured learning environment.
Cost effective direct applications with school
All centres will be run from properly and adequately insured premises.
Safety of children will be ensured by strict access control and CCTV monitoring
Adequate operating hours, as many Japanese parents work a 12 hour day.
All dietary requirements catered for
The business will be conducted as a registered KK – Kabushiki Kaisha, which translates as stock company/joint stock company or stock corporation.
After initial operations has been established in Fukoaka, a network of branches will be extended to all major cities in Japan.