Ashikaga School (足利学校) - Ashikaga School is a high educational institution of the Medieval period which some say was established in the early Heian period or the Kamakura period.
Bangumi Elementary Schools (番組小学校) - Bangumi elementary schools refer to the sixty-four elementary schools established by the towns people in Kyoto in 1869, two years after the Meiji Restoration, based on the then extant municipal-level autonomous administrative unit known as the 'bangumi' (a neighborhood unit).
Budo Senmon Gakko (Vocational Training School of Martial Arts) (武道専門学校) - Budo Senmon Gakko (Vocational Training School of Martial Arts) is a vocational school under the old-education system founded by 'Dai-Nippon Butoku-Kai' (Great Japan Federation of Martial Arts) in present-day, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, to train martial arts coaches.
Bukkyo University (佛教大学) - Bukkyo University, a private institution established by the Jodo Sect, is located in Kita-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
Choyo Gakko (朝暘学校) - Choyo Gakko was a three-story school with tile-roofing in western style, which was built in the premises of the current Tsuruoka City Hall by order of prefectural governor Michitsune MISHIMA in 1876.
Doshisha (学校法人同志社) - The Doshisha is an educational institution, which includes Doshisha University and Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts.
Doshisha English School (同志社英学校) - Doshisha English School (Doshisha Eigakko) is a private school that Joseph Hardy Neesima (Joe NIIJIMA) established in Kyoto in 1875.
Doshisha Junior High School (同志社中学校) - Doshisha Junior High School is a private coeducational school located in Karasuma-dori Imadegawa-dori, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City.
Doshisha University (同志社大学) - Spirit of establishment
Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts (同志社女子大学) - Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts is a Protestant college comprising four faculties and ten departments, having been reorganized in 1949 as a successor of the former Advanced Course of Doshisha Girls' School.
Field Science Education and Research Center, Kyoto University, Ashiu Forest Research Station (京都大学フィールド科学教育研究センター森林ステーション芦生研究林) - Field Science Education and Research Center, Kyoto University, Ashiu Forest Research Station (abbreviated to "Ashiu Forest Research Station, Kyoto University") is a research facility of Kyoto University, located in Miyama-cho, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture (Kyoto Prefecture).
Higashiyama Joshi Gigei Gakko (東山女子技芸学校) - Located at Miyagawa-cho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Higashiyama Joshi Gigei Gakko (Higashiyama Girls School of performance arts) is an educational organization for maiko (apprentice geisha) and geisha girls.
Ho-gakko (law school) (法学校) - Ho-gakko (law school) was an educational institution governed by the Ministry of Justice in the early Meiji Period and was one of the previous bodies of the existing the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law.
Imperial Universities (帝国大学) - Imperial Universities are the universities established according to the Imperial University Law promulgated in 1886.
Jinjo Shogakko (ordinary elementary school) (尋常小学校) - Jinjo shogakko was a name for institutions of elementary education from the Meiji period to early Showa period.
Kobe Naval Training Center (神戸海軍操練所) - Kobe Naval Training Center is a naval officer training Institute and Navy Arsenal that Bakufu established in Kobe City in May 1864 under a proposal of Kaishu Katsu, a government's naval magistrate.
Komori Gakko (Baby-sitter Schools) (子守学校) - Komori gakko is a term used to refer to schools made for children who were not able to attend ordinary schools because they had to baby-sit their own little brothers and sisters or other families' little chidren in the early Meiji period.
Kyoto City University of Arts (京都市立芸術大学) - Kyoto City University of Arts is a public university which is located in Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto, and is one of the premiere universities for arts and music in Japan.
Kyoto Higher Craft School (old education system) (京都高等工芸学校 (旧制)) - Kyoto Higher Craft School is an old system vocational school (Specialist School of Business) established in 1902.
Kyoto Hogakko (Kyoto Law School) (京都法学校) - Kyoto Law School, a private school established in 1889, is located in Teramachi-dori Shijo-dori kudaru Daiun-in, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
Kyoto Hosei Gakko (Kyoto School of Law and Politics） (京都法政学校) - Kyoto Hosei School, a private institution established in 1990 by Kojuro NAKAGAWA, et. al, was formerly the school of Ritsumeikan University (head office of the Educational Foundation: Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City).
Kyoto Institute of Technology (京都工芸繊維大学) - College
Kyoto Jinbun Gakuen (Kyoto Humanism School) (京都人文学園) - Kyoto Jinbun Gakuen (Kyoto Humanism School) founded in 1964 immediately after the end of World War II in Kyoto through private educational movements.
Kyoto Koto Sangyo Gakko (京都高等蚕業学校) - Kyoto Koto Sangyo Gakko (Kyoto Sericulture High School) founded in 1914 was a vocational school under the old-education system.
Kyoto Normal School (京都師範学校) - Kyoto Normal School (teacher's training school) was established in Kyoto Prefecture, during World War Ⅱ in 1943.
Kyoto Prefectural Girls' Vocational Training School (under the old education system) (京都府立女子専門学校 (旧制)) - Kyoto Prefectural Girls' Vocational Training School was a public vocational school founded under the old education system in March 1927.
Kyoto Prefectural University (京都府立大学) - History
Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine (京都府立医科大学) - History
Kyoto Prefectural Vocational Training School of Agriculture and Forestry (under the old system of education) (京都府立農林専門学校 (旧制)) - Kyoto Prefectural Vocational Training School of Agriculture and Forestry was a public vocational school founded under the old education system in 1944.
Kyoto Seika University (京都精華大学) - Outline of the University
Kyoto Seinen Shihan-Gakko (Kyoto Young Men's Normal School) (京都青年師範学校) - Kyoto Seinen Shihan-Gakko (Kyoto Young Men's Normal School) was a Seinen Shihan-Gakko (Young Men's Normal School) established in 1944.
Kyoto University (京都大学) - University
Kyoto University Press (京都大学新聞社) - Kyoto University Press is a circle certified by Kyoto University for publishing Kyoto University's student press "Kyoto University Press" (commonly known as "Kyodai Press") and other related publications.
Kyusei Koto Gakko (higher school under the old system) (旧制高等学校) - Kyusei koto gakko was an institution of higher education in Japan based on the Higher School Order (in 1894 and 1918) that existed until 1950.
Narutakijuku (鳴滝塾) - Narutakijuku was a private school established in the suburbs of Nagasaki by Philip Franz von Siebold in 1824.
Normal School (師範学校) - A SHIHAN GAKKO (normal school) is an middle and advanced educational institution for training teachers for elementary/middle schools (shihan education) under the prewar educational system reform.
Otani University (大谷大学) - Otani University is based on the philosophy of Otani-ha Shin Buddhism.
Private school (私塾) - Private schools were private-run educational institutions (whose teachers were the brightest persons and former government ministers, etc.) in China as well as in Japan during the Edo Period.
Rakunan High School / Rakuna Junior High School (洛南高等学校・附属中学校) - Rakunan High School and Rakunan Junior High School are private junior and senior high schools, respectively, located in Minami-ku, Kyoto City.
Rangaku Juku (Institute for Dutch Studies) (蘭学塾) - Rangaku Juku is a kind of gakumonjo (school), spread as a private school in the Edo period, to learn Western studies.
Ritsumeikan University Confucius Institute (立命館孔子学院) - The Ritsumeikan University Confucius Institute is a private school whose purpose is to propagate education in Chinese and culture.
Ryukoku University (龍谷大学) - University
School of Foreign Languages (old education system) (外国語学校 (旧制)) - School of Foreign Languages (old education system)
Shijuku Ritsumeikan (Ritsumeikan Private Academy) (私塾立命館) - Shijuku Ritsumeikan was a private academy that Kinmochi SAIONJI established in his private residence in the Kyoto Imperial Palace in 1869.
Third High School (under the prewar school educational system) (第三高等学校 (旧制)) - Under the prewar school educational system, Third High School was one of the high schools that later became a foundation of the present Kyoto University.
Yasaka Nyokoba Gakuen (八坂女紅場学園) - Yasaka Nyokoba Gakuen (Gion Joshi Gigei School) is an educational institution of Maiko and Geiko located in Kobu Gion, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City.