University of Tokyo
139°45′44″E / 35.71333°N 139.76222°E / 35.71333; 139.76222The University of Tokyo (東京大学, Tōkyō daigaku), abbreviated as Todai (東大, Tōdai), is a research univer...
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New 'Cryogenic' Clock Developed In Japan Accurate For 16 Billion Years
Japanese researchers are taking precision to a new extreme with a pair of clocks that loses one-second accuracy in 16 billion years.
Kazuo Aoki
Kazuo Aoki (青木 一男, Aoki Kazuo , November 28, 1889 – June 25, 1982), was a bureaucrat and cabinet minister in the Empire of Japan, serving as Minister of Finance, and Minister of Greater East ...
Toshiyuki Kobayashi
Toshiyuki Kobayashi (小林 俊行, Kobayashi Toshiyuki, born September 9, 1962) is a Japanese mathematicianknown for his original work in the field of Lie theory, and in particular for thetheory of d...
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Akira Shimada
Akira Shimada (島田 叡, Shimada Akira, December 25, 1901 – June or July, 1945) was the last governor of Okinawa Prefecture before Japan's defeat in 1945. He died during the Battle of Okinaw...
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Hiroshi Komiyama
Hiroshi Komiyama (小宮山 宏, Komiyama Hiroshi, born December 15, 1944) is a Japanese scientist. He was the president of University of Tokyo from April 2005 to March 2009. His major research fields...
Akito Arima
Akito Arima (有馬 朗人, Arima Akito, born September 13, 1930) is a Japanese nuclear physicist, known for the interacting boson model.Arima was born 1930 in Osaka. He studied at the University of T...
Yoshikazu Uchida
Yoshikazu Uchida (内田 祥三, Uchida Yoshikazu, February 23, 1885 – December 14, 1972) was a Japanese architect and structural engineer. He designed many buildings on the campus of the Univer...
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Hideo Shima
Hideo Shima (島 秀雄, Shima Hideo, 20 May 1901 – 18 March 1998) was a Japanese engineer and the driving force behind the building of the first bullet train (Shinkansen).Shima was born in Os...
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University of Tokyo Press
The University of Tokyo Press (東京大学出版会, Tōkyō Daigaku Shuppan-kai) is a university press affiliated with the University of Tokyo in Japan. It was founded in 1951, following the post-World War ...
Takashi Mukaibo
Takashi Mukaibo (向坊 隆, Mukaibō Takashi, 24 March 1917 – 4 July 2002) was a Japanese chemist and nuclear engineer.Appointed as the first science attaché at the Embassy of Japan in Washington D....
Koishikawa Annex, The University Museum, The University of Tokyo
The Koishikawa Annex, The University Museum, The University of Tokyo (東京大学総合研究博物館 小石川分館, Tōkyō-daigaku sōgō kenkyū Hakubutsukan Koishikawa bun'in) is a museum located in Hakusan Bunkyo, Tokyo,...
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Teiji Takagi
Teiji Takagi (高木 貞治 Takagi Teiji, April 21, 1875 – February 28, 1960) was a Japanese mathematician, best known for proving the Takagi existence theorem in class field theory. The Blancmange curve, the...
Kenjiro Shoda
Kenjiro Shoda (Japanese: 正田 建次郎 Shōda Kenjirō; February 25, 1902 – March 20, 1977) was a Japanese mathematician.
Shoda was born in Tatebayashi, Gunma to a wealthy family. He was the second son of ...
Imperial College of Engineering
The Imperial College of Engineering (ICE or Kobu Daigakko (工部大学校)) was founded by Yamao Yōzō as a university at Tokyo in 1873, though its predecessor the Kogakuryo (工学寮) existed from 1871. The...
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Shinji Sogō
Shinji Sogō (十河 信二, Sogō Shinji, 14 April 1884 – 3 October 1981) was the fourth president of the Japanese National Railways (JNR), and is credited with the creation of the first "bullet train"...
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Katō Hiroyuki
Baron Katō Hiroyuki (加藤 弘之, August 5, 1836 – February 9, 1916) was an academic and politician of the Meiji period Japan.
Katō was born on August 5, 1836 to a samurai family in Izushi domain, T...
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Naohiro Amaya
Naohiro Amaya (天谷 直弘, Amaya Naohiro, August 31, 1925-August 30, 1994) is a Japanese politician who served as the head of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI).He graduated fr...
Kōtarō Tanaka (judge)
Translated from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia; may be expanded.Kōtarō Tanaka (田中耕太郎) (25 October 1890 - 1 March 1974) was a Japanese jurist, professor of law and politician who s...
Yasuo Tanaka (astronomer)
Yasuo Tanaka (田中 靖郎, Tanaka Yasuo) is a Japanese astrophysicist. He is professor emeritus at the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) (part of JAXA) in Kanagawa, Japan, and was...
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Kikuchi Dairoku
Baron Dairoku Kikuchi (菊池 大麓, Kikuchi Dairoku, 17 March 1855 – 19 August 1917) was a mathematician, educator, and education administrator in Meiji period Empire of Japan.
Kikuchi was born ...
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University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus
The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus is one of the five university campuses and home to the department of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate Sch...
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Campus of the University of Tokyo
The campus of the University of Tokyo is the location of the first modern Japanese university. The campus is of historical note for two reasons. First, it was not damaged by the 1923 Great Kantō earth...
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