OYAKO CLASS   12 months – 3 years old
Program Information
Oyako Class introduces young children to English in a fun way and gives them the opportunity to interact with native speakers. In each lesson, energetic teachers engage children in games, music, and stories.

Oyako Class helps children build a basic vocabulary through repetition over the course of the program. Children absorb a variety of words and simple phrases by long-term exposure, and they begin to apply the language naturally through speech.

Oyako Class offers a completely stress-free environment for children to learn and grow. Children are encouraged to participate and speak if they are able, but they are also welcome to only watch and/or listen if they prefer. Moreover, children are allowed to stay in the class even if they cry or do not participate.

Oyako Class is divided into the following two levels: Oyako I is designed for children who are between 12 months and 2 years old. Activities in Oyako I focus on listening and physical movement, with the goal of becoming accustomed to an English-speaking environment.

Oyako II is geared towards children who are 2 years old. Children practice speaking simple English vocabulary and phrases as well as basic recognition activities. After turning 3 years old, graduates of Oyako II can continue learning English at KPIS by transferring to Afternoon Program.

Free trial lessons are available. Interested families should click here for a list of Oyako Class fees.

Registration Fee 16,200 yen
Teaching Materials Fee 1,620 yen/Term
Tuition Fee
Term 1
Term 2
Term 3
2,700 yen/Lesson 45-Minute Lesson
Tuition Fee payments are by term.
School Year:
Term 1: September – December
Term 2: January – March
Term 3: April – July
Class Schedule:
Oyako I
12 months – 2 years old
Thursda: 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Saturday: 9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

Oyako II
2 – 3 years old
Tuesday: 9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Saturday: 10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Age Group:
12 months – 3 years old
Daily Schedule:
5 minutes – Warm-up Time:
simple activity or song
5 minutes – Hello Time:
basic greetings & questions
10 minutes – Game Time:
vocabulary-building game
10 minutes – Story Time:
read a book
10 minutes – Song & Dance Time:
sing and dance to music
5 minutes – Goodbye Time:
final review of today's lesson