Habii (child development support and after-school day care service classrooms)


Caring for each child's personalities

At Habii, support is offered through child development support (preschool (ages 0 to 6)) and after-school day care service classrooms (elementary school to high school (ages 6 to 18)) based on the Child Welfare Act.
Based on a desire for children to grow freely, we aim to provide instruction that cares for each child's personality. Considering teaching methods that match each child's attributes and stages of development together with the family, we offer support to increase smiles and confidence for a job well done.

Child development support (for ages 0 to 6)

We help children develop and maximize his or her interests through play.
Children also work on studying how to read hiragana and count in preparation for entering school, as well as personal independence necessary when entering elementary school (washing hands and other forms of cleanliness, going to the bathroom, organizing items, school rules, etc.).

After-school day care service classrooms (for ages 6 to 18)

We aim to improve independence and social skills and create opportunities and places for group activities outside school during a child's years as a student, an extremely important period for acquiring personal independence, social skills, and communication skills.
We offer support that allows children to grow while enjoying life after school and on days without school with teaching methods suited to each child's attributes.

Curriculum examples

- Child development support
  • Play to nourish concentration and emotion
    Puzzles, origami, threading beads, touch and guess, etc.
  • Play to enjoy exchange and words
    Picture book storytelling, picture-card shows, paper puppet theatre, playing house, etc.
  • Play to develop physical strength and sensations
    Eurhythmics, trampoline, balance ball, rhythmic exercises, etc.
  • Play to broaden interests
    Handicrafts, drawing, toy blocks, matching games, etc.
  • Elementary school prep
    Hiragana, numbers, life skills, etc.
  • Developing social skills
    Understanding feelings, rules, controlling emotions, etc.
-After-school day care service classrooms
  • Social communication skills
    Acquired skills: social communication
  • Life skills
    Acquired skills: personal independence, concept of time, financial management, handling phone calls, etc.
  • Study skills
    Acquired skills: Words, reading, writing, calculations, Japanese, math, English, etc.
  • Work skills
    Acquired skills: experience and knowledge to work in society


Child development support
After-school day care service classrooms
Visit support business for nursery centers, etc.
Counseling support business for children with disabilities

Number of bases (as of May 2024) ※including those preliminarily open

Child development support classrooms: 55 bases
After-school day care service classrooms: 28 bases
Visit support business offices for nursery centers, etc.: 6 bases
Counseling support business offices for children with disabilities: 2 bases

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