Tokyo College of Music

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Tokyo College of Music

Tokyo College of Music (東京音楽大学, Tōkyō Ongaku Daigaku) is a private music school in Toshima, Tokyo, Japan. It was founded as Toyo Conservatory of Music (東洋音楽学校, Tōyō Ongaku Gakkō) in Kanda, Tokyo, in 1907.



The college moved to Toshima in Tokyo in 1924 after the original campus was destroyed by the Great Kantō earthquake.[ citation needed ]

Some notable graduates

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