- Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
- Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW)
≪Major Cities' Childrearing Information≫
- 足立区 (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)
- 江戸川区 (Edogawa-ku, Tokyo)
- 大阪市 (Osaka City, Osaka)
- 大田区 (Ota-ku, Tokyo)
- 川崎市 (Kawasaki City, Kanagawa)
- 神戸市 (Kobe City, Hyogo)
- 国分寺市 (Kokubunji City, Tokyo)
- さいたま市 (Saitama City, Saitama)
- 相模原市 (Sagamihara City, Kanagawa)
- 札幌市 (Sapporo City, Hokkaido)
- 墨田区 (Sumida-ku, Tokyo)
- 仙台市 (Sendai City, Miyagi)
- 千葉市 (Chiba City, Chiba)
- 中野区 (Nakano-ku, Tokyo)
- 名古屋市 (Nagoya City, Aichi)
- 那覇市 (Naha City, Okinawa)
- 浜松市 (Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka)
- 広島市 (Hiroshima City, Hiroshima)
- 文京区 (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)
- 町田市 (Machida City, Tokyo)
- 横浜市 (Yokohama City, Kanagawa)
- Fukuoka Medical Information Net
You can search hospital at Fukuoka Prefecture in English.
- Japan Healthcare Information
This pages contain useful information about Japanese child health and welfare-related services, as well as tips for when your child becomes sick or injured in Japan.
- Medline Plus
Provides health information which listed the name of disease in alphabetical order.
Listed medical facilities with English speaking doctors and medical staff in Tokyo & Yokohama
- Tokyo Metropolitan Medical Institution Information
You can search hospital/clinic by location or station
≪Supportive Information for Families≫
- Association of Foreign Wives of Japanese
AFWJ has over 500 members from Japan and abroad. It provides members with friendship, support, mutual help in adapting to Japanese society.
- Child Care Center Kid's Square
We will provide high quality childcare and education which can be trusted and keep being a solution provider in this field, which is realized with our social mission.
- Japan Education and Resource Network (JEARN)
We, iEARN Japan held the cultural exchange event for children(3-15 years old) "the 3rd Hyogo Youth Summit" in Kobe.
- Tokyo Urban Baby
It was first created as a blog in Jan 2012 by Kate Neath, with the aim to provide much-needed information on having a baby in Japan and all the baby-friendly places to go in Tokyo.
- Traditional Japanese Children's Stories
You can read traditional Japanese children's stories in English.
- WaNavi Japan
Provides international residents and their families with critical information and support to live comfortably and confidently in Japan.
Everything about modern and traditional Japan with emphasis on travel and living related information.
- Japan National Tourist Organization
Japanese government site providing information for online budget hotel reservations, regional guides, convention locations, museums, and important starting information.
- JR - East Railway Information
Information for Japan Rail Pass in various languages. View a detailed map of the Greater Tokyo Area showing all rail lines and stations.
- JR - West Japan Railway Company
Provides useful infomarion when you travel by train in Kansai (Osaka, Kyoto, Nara etc...) area.
You can get Japanese information or News in English.
- Tokyo Food Page
Complete guide to Japanese cuisine and eating in Tokyo, with recipes, culinary travel tips, and restaurant listing with search capabilities.
- Tokyo Pocket Guide
Offers a lot of local information about Tokyo area.
- Roger & Marilyn's Photo Tour of Tokyo, JAPAN
Multimedia virtual tour of Japan's capital with more than 200 high resolution photographs, maps, sounds, music, narration, scanned images and personal observations. From the high tech Tokyo Tower to the beauty of the Imperial Palace.
- YES!TOKYO - Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau
Offers the most up-to-date information on Tokyo. If you want to know all the latest goings-on in Tokyo, this is the place to look.
- Bilingual Haiku Scroll
You can see "Haiku poems" in Japanese and English.
- Global Campus Net, Osaka
You can learn Japanese customs about childrearing.
- Japanese Fireworks
This page attempts to introduce attractiveness of Japanese fireworks and gives information of various fireworks.
- Kids Web Japan
Introduces basic information on Japan for children such as natural climate, culture and history, etc.
- Trends in Japan
Short, engaging dispatches on the latest trends in Japanese business, science, sports, fashion, arts, and more.
- Power Lunch at Japanese Schools
Introduces Japanese school lunch system which is about more than just providing kids with a nutritious and tasty meal; another aim is to foster healthy eating habits that will benefit them throughout life.