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Toyo University was founded by philosopher Enryo Inoue in 1887 as Shiritsu Tetsugakukan (private academy of philosophy) to provide education in diverse fields based on philosophy.

It has grown into a well-established academic institution with five campuses in and around Tokyo, accommodating 46 departments in 13 faculties and 37 courses in 15 graduate schools.

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