Learn about our surroundings
Learn about ourselves, Create our own future

Learn about our surroundings
Learn about ourselves, Create our own future

What we do now matters

No matter how young or old we are, what we do now matters. We are constantly in search of our own individuality, and searching for connection with other people and our surroundings. At Future Me Future Us, our children are encouraged to reach their maximum potential in a creative, hands-on environment. We continue pondering about “future me, future us”, our future selves and our future society. Our children learn that each person is a unique individual and that we all have the power to contribute to making our world better. That is a world that Future Me, Future Us strives to create.

Japanese curriculum is changing
The world is rapidly changing around us.

For our children to succeed in this world, we need to create change now.
We focus not just on “what you learn” and “what you can do with that knowledge”, but also on “how you learn”. We foster children’s independence to be curious, expressive, communicative.

Creating the best environment for our children to succeed

Creating the best environment for our children to succeed

Up until now, our focus has been on creating a cross-curricular hands on program at our school “Grandir” which provides Hands-on English Education with the goal of building an interactive environment where children can learn about relevant issues in the world and what they can do to improve their society. Now at FMFU, our curriculum provides a safe yet innovative environment for children to gain the necessary skills to succeed as individuals in this ever-changing world.

Children learn the necessary skills to thrive in this bilingual enviroment, and they will acquire their own understanding of the world and their surroundings, and also become lifelong learners through our unique curriculum.

At Future Me, Future Us, our children are challenged to their fullest potential in a creative, stimulating and supportive learning environment

At Future Me, Future Us, our children are challenged to their fullest potential in a creative, stimulating and supportive learning environment

Future Me, Future Us teaches about a wide rage of topics related to human development, as well as those not takes up in kindergarten nor taught in typical elementary schools.
It takes time to know your own ambition, your uniqueness, and your strengths, but learning about these aspects of yourself will lead to a deeper understanding of yourself and how you can contribute to the world around you.
A theme is selected from these six genres:「Economics」「Psychology」「Art」「Social studies」「Environmental studies」「Communication」.
Children learn extensively about the topic and spend a few weeks on one project. The project does not have any limitations, and the amount of time spent on each project is determined by the children’s passion and curiousity to learn about the topic.
Our children collaborate with professionals in the industry to learn about the topic, satiate their curiousity about the issues that arise, and devise solutions to solve potential problems.

じぶんを知り、じぶんをつくる
探究学習のメソッド

◎The ability to succeed/achieve/connect
◎Put to use the knowledge learned at school
◎Learn about ourselves, and learn to love ourselves and our surroundings
◎Develop positive mindsets about differences, and learn to think outside the box to solve issues

Maximize our true potential
A mindset that welcomes challenges

Maximize our true potential
A mindset that welcomes challenges

At Future Me, Future Us, our methods focus on ways to liberate and train our children’s minds to solve problems and to be creative. At the same time, we are constantly researching ways to teach and challenge our youths to learn about themselves and how they can solve real-world issues.

Real Project

Future Me, Future Us, managed by Grandir Co., Ltd, developed “Real project” in which children select a topic to research and challenge themselves to find the solutions or answers to their questions. In our most recent project, we collaborated with “Hoxton Street Monster Suppplies”, a strange shop in London that develops and sells ” goods for the living, dead and undead”, or more simply put,
“products for monsters”. In reality, the makers of these products are children. An organization called
“ministry of stories” opened this store to bring out children’s imagination. With our “real project”, we collaborate with this organization and recently lauched a pop-up exhibition in Shibuya. We plan to collaborate more with organizations worldwide, alongside professionals to turn this experience into a learning opportunity for both children and adults.

Hawaii Program

In our Hawaii program, children learn from world-class professionals in the chosen field, as well as socialize with local chidren to solve SDG problems. The learning experience here cannot be gleamed from any environment in Japan nor anywhere else. Learning to think critically may be one of the most important skills that today’s children will need to succeed in the future. Through our Hawaii program, we strive to build a foundation for critical thinking, by encouraging children to discover and explore their surroundings to solve sustainable environmental problems with their parents. Our immersive learning experience provides children with the foundation for their future success.
To find out more from our local office in Hawaii

School

In our bilingual curriculum, we foster children’s independence to be curious, expressive, and communicative through our hands-on project based learning. We provide tools not only for our children to succeed in their future, but also tools for their parents to guide them in their mutual success. Our children are challenged to their fullest potential in a creative, stimulating and supportive learning environment. In today’s rapidly changing society, with so much often misleading information, children need to learn how to analyze and filter their thoughts to derive facts and ideas. Our curriculum gives children a safe and challenging environment to develop their emotional, social, and cognitive abilities to become world leaders.

Grandir CEO
Grandir/Furure Me, Future Us Director

Yasuko Muramatsu

Grandir Co., Ltd. CEO
Grandir / Future Me , Future Us Director

村松 靖子 Muramatsu Yasuko

グランディール株式会社 CEO
Grandir / Future Me,Future Us Director

She lived in the United States and Canada while she was working in aviation. She then launched an international school in her mid-20s and worked as an assistant director in that school. She felt that early childhood education in Japan was lacking. So after engaging in the development of educational toys she became a representative of English language education and global education school in 2013 and opened Grandir. She is a certified child therapist, and recognized as an expert in food education and food therapy by the International Association of Food Sciences.

ADDRESS:   3F Grande Mita, 2-17-29 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo

ACCESS

By train
10 minute walk from “Shirokane-takanawa station” (exit 2, Tokyo Metro Line and Toei subway line)
8 minute walk from “Mita station” (exit 3, Toei Asakusa line)
11 minute walk from “Tamachi station” (JR Yamanote line)

By bus
2 minute walk from bus stop “Mita-gochome” on the Tokyu bus (東98) and the Toei bus (田87)

5 minute walk from bus stop “Sannohashi” on the Toei bus (都06)

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