April 16, 2021

KITAAB

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Japan: The ‘Daughters of the Samurai’ who changed the face of Meiji Era Japan

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Tsuda College, occupying a leafy campus in the western suburbs of Tokyo, is a private college where female students are educated in languages and the liberal arts. In one corner of the site, overshadowed by the stately trees that surround it, lies the final resting place of Umeko Tsuda, an early pioneer of women’s education in Japan who founded the college in 1900.

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