Tokyo Metropolitan Tachikawa Junior College (東京都立立川短期大学, Tokyo Toritsu Tachikawa Tanki Daigaku) is a public junior college in Akishima, Tokyo, Japan.
The predecessor of the school was founded in 1947 in Tachikawa, Tokyo.
The private junior college opened in 1950.It became a public junior college in 1959. It moved to Akishima in 1969.
The junior college closed in 2008.
Bunkyō is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. Situated in the middle of the ward area, Bunkyō is a residential and educational center. Beginning in the Meiji period, literati like Natsume Sōseki, as well as scholars and politicians have lived there. Bunkyō is home to the Tokyo Dome, Judo's Kōdōkan, and the University of Tokyo's Hongo Campus. Bunkyō has a sister-city relationship with Kaiserslautern in the Rhineland-Palatinate of Germany.
Shinagawa is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. The Ward refers to itself as Shinagawa City in English. The Ward is home to ten embassies.
Kōtō is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. The ward refers to itself as Kōtō City in English. As of May 1, 2015, the ward has an estimated population of 488,632, and a population density of 12,170 persons per km². The total area is approximately 40.16 km².
Suginami is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. The ward refers to itself as Suginami City in English.
Arakawa is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. The ward takes its name from the river, the Arakawa, though the Arakawa River does not run through or touch the ward. Its neighbors are the wards of Adachi, Kita, Bunkyo, Taito and Sumida. In English, the ward calls itself Arakawa City.
Katsushika is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. The ward calls itself Katsushika City in English.
Edogawa is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. It takes its name from the Edo River that runs from north to south along the eastern edge of the ward. In English, it uses the name Edogawa City.
Kita is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. The English translation of its Japanese self-designation is City of Kita. The ward was founded on March 15, 1947.
Tokyo Metropolitan University, often referred to as TMU, is a public research university in Japan.
Tachikawa is a city located in the western portion of Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. As of 1 March 2021, the city had an estimated population of 184,383 in 93,428 households, and a population density of 7600 persons per km2. The total area of the city is 24.36 square kilometres (9.41 sq mi).
Various schools and universities serve Tokyo, Japan.
Tokyo Kasei University is a private university in Itabashi, Tokyo, Japan, established in 1949. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1881.
Higashi-Nakagami Station is a passenger railway station located in the city of Akishima, Tokyo, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
Akishima Station is a passenger railway station located in the city of Akishima, Tokyo, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
The Central School for the Deaf, formerly the Tokyo School for the Deaf, is a public school for the deaf in Shimotakaido, Suginami, Tokyo, managed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education. It was the first Deaf educational program to be established in the eastern capital during the Meiji period.
Tokyo Metropolitan College of Commerce is a public junior college in Akishima, Tokyo, Japan.
Tokyo Metropolitan Technical College was a public junior college in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Junior College of Aeronautic Engineering was a public junior college in Arakawa, Tokyo, Japan.
Tokyo Metropolitan Nishi High School is a Japanese high school, founded in 1937 in Aoyama, Minato-ku, as the Tokyo Tenth Middle School, which moved to Miyamae, Suginami-ku in 1939, and changed its name in 1950 to Nishi High School, with "Nishi" meaning "West". It was well known in the 1950s and 1960s for the large proportion of graduates who gained admission to the prestigious national universities, such as the University of Tokyo, Hitotsubashi University and the Tokyo Institute of Technology, though it suffered a decline later.