In Japan, around 50,000 children with foreign roots have limited Japanese skills and find it difficult to understand regular school lessons and adapt to them. A "free school" founded by an NPO in the suburbs of Tokyo caters for such children wanting to enter high school. What support is required to make their wish come true?
YSC Global School in Fussa City in Tokyo, where students with foreign roots study.
Omar Ghazy from Egypt wants to enter high school. He says learning Japanese has led him to enjoy studying.
YSC Global School director Tanaka Iki says children with foreign roots will make Japan more energetic.