The Scuola Giapponese di Roma (ローマ日本人学校, Rōma Nihonjin Gakkō, Italian: "Rome Japanese School") is a Japanese international school in Rome, Italy. The day school serves kindergarten, elementary, and junior high school levels.
The school, founded in 1989, serves Rome's Japanese community, which had 1,285 people in 2010. The school itself had, as of 2011, 40 students, a number that is lower than previous years due to the Great Recession causing some Japanese companies to close operations in Rome. The school also has a weekend programme for students who attend Italian schools during the week. The Japanese Weekend School of Rome (ローマ日本語補習授業校 Rōma Nihongo Hoshū Jugyō Kō) is held on the school property.
The school also includes the Roma Japanese Kindergarten (ローマ日本人幼稚園 Rōma Nihonjin Yōchien; Scuola Materna Giapponese).