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Bunka Gakuin (文化学院) is a Japanese vocational school. It opened in 1921 as the first co-educational school in Japan.

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  1. Wong, Aida Yuen (2006). Parting the Mists: Discovering Japan And the Rise of National-style Painting in Modern China. University of Hawaii Press. p. 11. ISBN   978-0-8248-2952-0.

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