Musashino Academia Musicae
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1-13-1 Hazawa, Nerima-ku, Tokyo 176-8521 Japan,
Musashino Academia Musicae (武蔵野音楽大学 Musashino Ongaku Daigaku), located in Tokyo, Japan, is a music conservatory founded in 1929.
Musashino Academia Musicae owns four music halls:
- Beethoven Hall
- Bach Saal
- Mozart Hall
- Schubert Hall
- Makoto Nakura (marimba)
- Toshiro Ohmi, Japanese popular singer, TV personality
- Saori Kobayashi, Japanese video game composer
- Greening, Chris; Schwebke, Joe. "Saori Kobayashi Interview: Cultivating an Ethtronic Sound". Video Game Music Online. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
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