Right at this moment,
someone, somewhere around the world
is learning with Kumon.
40 years have passed since the first overseas Kumon Center opened in New York in 1974.
Kumon, which originated in Japan, is now studied by people in 49 countries and regions all around the world.
In this movie, you can see the spread of Kumon around the world.
You will get a sense of the universality of the Kumon Method by watching interviews of Kumon Instructors, students and their parents.
“I want to become a ballet dancer. Kumon
makes you work a lot harder and practice every
day. It’s the same as in ballet.”
Parent“Kumon helps to build self-confidence.
By doing something over and over,
it gets to the point where your child says,
‘OK, I can do this! I can read this!’”
Former Kumon Student“I was a really lazy student.
But once I started Kumon, I changed.
I became more disciplined.”
Kumon Instructor“Kumon seeks to develop the potential of children.
I enjoy helping each child discover that he or she
can really do it.”
Please watch the Kumon Global Movie!
It took one year and two months from planning to completion of this movie.
We filmed in Kumon Centers and interviewed 121 people, including Kumon Instructors, students and their parents in four countries.
Here are the many voices of Kumon.
Kumon Global Movie “Things I am able to do now”
More details about Kumon
Kumon offers learning opportunities
in 49 countries and regions around the world.
Our aim is to nurture human capital who will support global society in the 21st century.
Kumon conducts community-based activities throughout the world,
helping individuals discover their potential and develop their abilities to the maximum.
Kumon discovers the potential of each individual and develops his or her ability to the maximum.
Four characteristics of the Kumon Method
Spreading across Generations
The Kumon Method, with a history of more than 50 years,
is now available for students of all ages.