Please find a variety of information below about St. Mary’s International School and about living in Tokyo. We hope that you find this resource useful. If you have any suggestions, please let us know at email@example.com.
- Role of the school nurse
- When to keep you son home from school, due to an illness
- Flu guidelines
- List of English-speaking doctors
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Household electric current in Japan is 100 Volt, which is different from North America (120V), Europe (230V) and most other regions of the world. Some North American equipment will work fine in Japan without an adapter and vice versa; however, certain appliances, especially those involving heating (e.g., hair dryers), may not work properly or can even suffer damage or become a fire hazard. If you are coming from Europe, understand that most of your household appliances may not work in Japan, even with an adapter.
Online grocery delivery sites
- Honest Bee
- Foreign Buyers Club
- The Flying Pig (Costco online store)
- Alishan (natural food)
- Hilo Market (food and IKEA delivery)
- Healthy Tokyo (food delivery)