'Mental Health Needs and Support for Multicultural & International Adolescents in Japan' is a goverment-funded research project (JSPS 16K13556) investigating the need for and availability of culturally-sensitive social, emotional and mental health support for multicultural and international children and young people, particularly those living outside the greater Tokyo area. This research is being undertaken with aim of developing materials through which to share information to support those in need. It is supported by a Kaken grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. The research is being carried out in collaboration with Nagoya International School and support from Tokyo English Lifeline (TELL). The project started in April 2016 and will continue through March 2019.