Tokiwakai College

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Tokiwakai College (常磐会短期大学, Tokiwakai tanki daigaku) is a private junior college in Hirano-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Japan. It is located next to Tokiwakai Gakuen University. The precursor of the school was founded in 1953, and it was chartered as a university in 1964.

34°37′2.8″N135°33′39.4″E / 34.617444°N 135.560944°E / 34.617444; 135.560944


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