Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences

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Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences (大阪体育大学, Ōsaka taiiku daigaku) is a private university in the town of Kumatori in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The school was established in 1965.

Notable alumni

Coordinates: 34°22′46.9″N135°21′31″E / 34.379694°N 135.35861°E / 34.379694; 135.35861

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