Tokyo University of Science

Tokyo University of Science (東京理科大学 Tōkyō Rika Daigaku, formerly "Science University of Tokyo") is a private university of science and technology located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. Rikadai (理科大) and Ridai (理大) are its nicknames.

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