We are a Japanese multisensory brain science education program established by Professor Kubota Kisou and his wife, Kayoko Kubota, and co-developed by Shufunotomo Co. Ltd. Kubota Method is a remarkable method that has been benefiting Japanese children for the past 30 years.
Over the past 30 years, other than establishing the Kubota classroom that benefitted more than a million of parents and babies, Professor Kubota Kisou and his wife had published more than 20 books and sold over 35 million copies in Japan. By equipping the parents with valuable knowledge and effective stimulation techniques based on brain science research, parents get to train their baby with confidence at home.
Kubota Method houses comprehensive training targeting newborns as young as 2 months and children up to 6 years old. In this program, a lot of attention is devoted to the development of the Prefrontal Cortex, the region of the brain which controls the five senses; thought, memory, behaviour, movement, and the ability to focus. The training strengthens the foundation of the brain’s organizational development and functioning which will benefit children for a lifetime.
In our weekly lesson, your baby is not the only one who learns. You will get to know your baby better, and hone your parenting skills during our fun-filled lesson. With the research done by neuron experts and long track records in Japan, parents can be assured of the effectiveness and practicality of Kubota Method. Let’s look forward to a healthy and happy growth for our children!
The Directors of Skill Development School of Kubota Method.
Prof. Kisou Kubota graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Tokyo. He was the director of the Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University, and currently serves as the Honorary Professor of Kyoto University. In 2011, he was awarded Orders of the Sacred Treasure for his lifetime achievements in brain science research. He is the first person from the Brain Science Research to publish a research paper in Nature, the world-renowned science magazine.
Mrs. Kayoko Kubota married Prof. Kisou in 1955 and brought up her two sons based on the brain science research of Prof. Kisou. She has appeared on TV programs and conducted many seminars in various places. She is fondly known as the Grandma of Brain Science. She gains absolute trust and popularity from modern mums who are concerned about effective child raising.