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KOBE TOKIWA UNIVERSITY
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神戸常盤大学 明治41年、神戸中山手通の地に創設された私立家政女学校で、創立60周年を機に神戸常盤短期大学を開学。平成20年に創設100周年を迎え、生徒数わずか24名から出発した小さな学園が、神戸常盤大学としてさらに躍進しています。

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