Tokyo Kasei-Gakuin Junior College

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Tokyo Kasei-Gakuin Junior College
東京家政学院短期大学
Type Private university
Established1950
Location, ,
CampusChiyoda Sanbanchō Campus
35°41′29.3″N139°44′32″E / 35.691472°N 139.74222°E / 35.691472; 139.74222
Machida Campus
35°36′32.4″N139°18′42.4″E / 35.609000°N 139.311778°E / 35.609000; 139.311778
Website http://www.kasei-gakuin.ac.jp/index.shtml

Tokyo Kasei-Gakuin Junior College (東京家政学院短期大学, Tōkyō kasei gakuin tanki daigaku) is a private women's college [1] in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan, established in 1950. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1925.

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Though the two share the same historical roots (and the website), this school and Tokyo Kasei-Gakuin University are distinct institutions.

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References

  1. 東京家政学院短期大学 | .tandai | 短大
  2. Tomoe Moriyama (森山朋絵), "Tokiwa Toyoko", Nihon shashinka jiten (日本写真家事典) / 328 Outstanding Japanese Photographers (Kyoto: Tankōsha, 2000; ISBN   4-473-01750-8), p.221. (in Japanese) Despite the English-language alternative title, in English only.