Musashi University

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Musashi University
武蔵大学
Image.MusashiDaikodo.jpg
Campus of Musashi University.
Type Private
Established Founded 1922,
Chartered 1949
President Wakichi Miyamoto
Location Nerima, Tokyo, Japan
Campus Ekoda
Colors Green
Musashi University

Musashi University (武蔵大学, Musashi Daigaku) is a university in Tokyo, Japan. The university grew out of the leading boys private high school, Musashi Junior and Senior High School, first established by businessman Nezu Kaichirō in 1922.

The university has faculties of economics, humanities, and sociology, as well as three graduate schools.

The university is one of the Tokyo Four Universities (Musashi, Seikei, Seijo, Gakushuin).

Many of well-known people including prime ministers of Japan, emperors of Japan, and other government officials have graduated from one of the Tokyo Four Universities.

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Coordinates: 35°44′13″N 139°40′04″E / 35.73694°N 139.66778°E / 35.73694; 139.66778