Tokyo Management College

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Tokyo Management College
東京経営短期大学;
Tōkyō keiei tanki daigaku
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Tokyo Management College
Type Private
Established1992
Location, ,
Website Official website

Tokyo Management College (東京経営短期大学, Tōkyō keiei tanki daigaku) is a private junior college in the city of Ichikawa in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It was established in 1992.

Coordinates: 35°44′46.02″N139°56′15.92″E / 35.7461167°N 139.9377556°E / 35.7461167; 139.9377556


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