Tokushima College of Technology

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Tokushima College of Technology
徳島工業短期大学
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Type Private
Established1973
President Tetsuhiko Yamamoto
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Tokushima College of Technology (徳島工業短期大学, Tokushima Kogyo tanki daigaku) is a private university at Itano, Tokushima, Japan, founded in 1973.

34°08′33″N134°26′44″E / 34.14250°N 134.44556°E / 34.14250; 134.44556


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