Ohkagakuen University

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Ohkagakuen University
Type Private
Women's college
Established 1903 (1903)
Location Toyoake, Aichi
Toyota, Aichi
, Japan
35°03′36″N 136°58′31″E / 35.0599°N 136.9753°E / 35.0599; 136.9753Coordinates: 35°03′36″N 136°58′31″E / 35.0599°N 136.9753°E / 35.0599; 136.9753 (Nagoya Campus)
35°05′52″N 137°06′46″E / 35.0977°N 137.1129°E / 35.0977; 137.1129 (Toyota Campus)
Campus Multiple campuses
Website www.ohkagakuen-u.ac.jp (in Japanese)

Ohkagakuen University (桜花学園大学, Ōka gakuen daigaku) is a women's private university headquartered in Toyoake, Aichi, Japan, with its so-called Nagoya Campus there. There is another campus in Toyota, Aichi.[1] The school was established in 1990 as a junior college and then became a four-year college in 1998. The earliest predecessor was a nursing school established in 1903, which became a girls' high school in 1923, which continues to operate today.[2][3]


  1. ^ アクセス (in Japanese). Ohkagakuen University. Retrieved 10 January 2011. 
  2. ^ 沿革 (in Japanese). Ohka Gakuen. Retrieved 11 January 2011. 
  3. ^ 8-4 桜花学園高等学校について (in Japanese). Nagoya City. 1 October 2007. Retrieved 11 January 2011. 

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