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  1. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    The entrance to Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school...
  2. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school was abolished...
  3. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school was abolished...
  4. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school was abolished...
  5. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school was abolished...
  6. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school was abolished...
  7. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Classicist ceiling in the historic library building adjacent to Ashikaga Gakko. Ashikaga Gakko (wZ): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries...
  8. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Historic library building adjacent to Ashikaga Gakko. Ashikaga Gakko (wZ): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries ridentified it as the most famous...
  9. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Exemplifying when you've eaten enough. Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in...
  10. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school was abolished...
  11. Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakko

    Ashikaga Gakkō (足利学校): known as Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga School was established during the 1400s by deputy shogun Uesugi Norizane. By the 1500s, St. Francis Xavier and other foreign missionaries identified it as the most famous university in eastern Japan. The school was abolished...
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