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Toho Junior College of Music(東邦音楽短期大学Tōhō Ongaku Tanki Daigaku) is a private junior college in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan.
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The college opened in April 1951, but the predecessor of the school, Mimurodo Education Group, was founded in 1938.[ citation needed ] The junior college is not attached to Toho College of Music.[ citation needed ]
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