Tokyo Kasei University (東京家政大学, Tōkyō kasei daigaku) is a private university in Itabashi, Tokyo, Japan, established in 1949. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1881. Tokyo Kasei University is a women's university, with a focus on education in the fields of home economics, the humanities, nursing, and child development. Tokyo Kasei University was founded during the Meiji Era by Tatsugoro Watanabe, an educator born in Chiba prefecture, Japan. The university began as a sewing school called Wayo Saihou Denshujo (The School for Japanese and Western Seamstress Techniques), with the intention of helping young women to gain academic knowledge and skills in a time when half as many women as men attended school. Tatsugoro Watanabe taught sewing, along with basic academic skills, including reading, writing, and mathematics. In 1949, the school gained university status, and celebrated its 135th anniversary in 2016. The motto of the university is "Affection, Diligence, and Intelligence", and dates from 1951 when it was chosen by former president Seishiro Aoki. Tokyo Kasei University maintains its identity as a women's university, encouraging the autonomy and promotion of women in society. More information...

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