Tsuda College (津田塾大学 Tsudajuku daigaku?) is a private women's college in Kodaira, Tokyo. The college was founded in 1900 by Tsuda Umeko as Joshi Eigaku Juku.The name was later changed to Tsuda Eigaku Juku (1933) and then Tsuda Juku Senmon Gakko and finally Tsuda Juku Daigaku (Tsuda College) in 1948. It remains one of the most prestigious and oldest women's institutes in Japan. It has contributed to high education for Japanese women.
- Chie Nakane, first-appointed female professor of Tokyo University
- Mieko Kamiya, psychiatrist
- Michiko Inukai, author
- Mitsuyo Kusano, newscaster
- Yoriko Madoka, politician
- Yoko Matsuoka McClain, Japanese language and literature professor
- Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney, anthropologist
- Natsuko Toda, translator
- Akiko Yamanaka, politician
- Noriko Yui, mathematician
- Kumiko Haba, political Scientist, international Relations
- Tomoko Namba, founder & former CEO of DeNA Co., Ltd.
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