Tokyo Zokei University

Tokyo Zokei University (東京造形大学, Tōkyō zōkei daigaku?) is a private university in Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan, founded in 1966 by Japanese art educator, fashion designer and design journalist, Yoko Kuwasawa (1910-1977). It is a four-year art college offering both bachelor's and master's degrees in studio arts.

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