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Educational personnel in the history of education (world)

Ancient Greece and Rome

Medieval europe

Renaissance / Religious Reform (mainly 14th-16th centuries)

Realism / Practicalism (mainly in the 17th century)

Enlightenment (mainly in the 18th century)

New humanism (mainly in the 18th century)

18th-19th century

20st century

Proponent of 20th Century Professor Theory

Education for children with disabilities

Modern educators (world)

  • (Edward Gustave Olsen)-American pedagogue.Theorize the practice of community school. "School and community"
  • Paul Lengrand —— UNESCO Education Administrator.
  • Ivan Ilyich --Former Catholic priest, deschooling.
  • (Frank W. Jessup)-British.Lifelong learning promoter. "Lifelong learning"
  • (it: Ettore Gelpi) --Lengrand's successor.Advocate self-determined learning. "Lifelong Education-Dialectic of Repression and Liberation"
  • (fr: Georges Gusdorf)-A philosopher.Teacher theory etc.
  • Erich Fromm --Social Psychology. Insist on have to be. "To live"
  • Herbert gintus --Famous for research on stratification through education.American radical economist.
  • (en: Paul Goodman) --A writer and anarchist. "Gestalt therapy"
  • Jonathan Kozol --Former teacher.He has many essays and lectures on education, especially at the bottom of society.
  • Bell Fuchs --Gender and education.
  • Tony Buzan - Mind mapAdvocate of.
  • Paulo Freire --Brazil, practice of literacy education.
  • Samuel Balls --Famous for research on stratification through education.American radical economist.
  • (en: Peter McLaren) --Representative of critical pedagogy.
  • (fr: Gaston Mialaret) --Representative of French education science.
  • (Ron Miller)-Advocate of holistic education.
  • Peter Milward --Professor at Sophia University.He has written numerous books on education and culture in England.
  • (de: Klaus Mollenhauer) --Critique of education based on the Frankfurt School.
  • (en: Everett Reimer) --The author of "School is Dead".
  • David Riesman --Sociologist.Many books on higher education in the United States.
  • (fr: Olivier Reboul) --The author of "What is Education?"

Asian educational thinkers and practitioners

Ancient times

中 世

Modern

Educational personnel in the history of education (Japan)

Asuka / Nara period

Heian period

Kamakura / Muromachi / Azuchi-Momoyama period

Edo Period

Meiji (Meiji / Taisho)

  • Akizuki Shintaro --MEXT bureaucrat, Chinese poet.She was the director of the Women's Higher Normal School and a member of the House of Lords.
  • Akizuki Teijiro --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Kotaro Akiyama --Educators and Ministry of Education bureaucrats in the Meiji era.He has served as the principal of prefectural normal schools and junior high schools in various regions, including the public Nagasaki Normal School and the public Tokyo Normal School (one of the predecessors of the University of Tsukuba).
  • Yasuji Akiho --Industrial educator in the Meiji era.
  • Takaichiro Akashi --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.Kinkei-no-mae.
  • Shuji Izawa ―― "Pedagogy" Editing of the first Japanese educational book "Elementary School Songbooks", music education in modern Japan, and a leading expert in the correction of stuttering.
  • Ito Hirobumi --Educational council.5st, 7th, 10th, XNUMXthPrime Minister.
  • Inokuchi Akuri - Women's physical education mother
  • Inoue Enryō - Toyo University,Keihoku GakuenFounder of.
  • Takeshi Inoue --Drafting the Imperial Rescript on Education
  • Hikoroku Inaba --MEXT bureaucrats and educators
  • Sanki Ichikawa --English studies, English education
  • Toshiji Ishii --A philanthropist.Child welfareFather of.Okayama OrphanageFounder of.
  • Hidehiko Ishiguro --MEXT bureaucrats, Korean Governor-General and Taiwan Governor-General bureaucrats.
  • Uehara Rokushiro --MEXT bureaucrat, acoustician and arts and crafts educator.
  • Uchimura Kanzo --Christian Education / Imperial Rescript on Education
  • Uchimura Ryozo --Japanese educator and MEXT bureaucrat in the first half of the Meiji era.He was the principal of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (predecessor of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies).
  • Kenjiro Ume --MEXT bureaucrats, legal scholars, educators.The degree is Doctor of Law.He has served as a professor at Imperial University Law University (currently Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo), President of Tokyo Imperial University Law University, Director-General of the Cabinet Legislation Bureau, and Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education.
  • Yoshinobu Umeda --MEXT bureaucrat, Mayor of Yokohama.He has served as Mayor of Higashitama District, Tokyo Prefecture, Mayor of Shiba Ward, Tokyo City, Secretary of Tochigi / Nara Prefecture, Counselor of the Ministry of Education, and Secretary of the Ministry of Education.
  • Ebina Danjo --Christian education
  • Shinpei Eto --Meiji era bureaucrats, politicians, officials, educators.
  • Masayoshi Okuyama --Meiji era education officials, judicial officers, principal of the Government Osaka English School (one of the predecessors of Kyoto University) and the Government Osaka Normal School, the directors of the district courts of Matsuyama, Nagoya, and Osaka, the director of the Hiroshima Court of Appeals, and the members of the aristocratic court. Has served.
  • Masayoshi Oshikawa - Tohoku Gakuin,Miyagi GakuinFounder of.
  • Okakura Tenshin --Educational bureaucrats, devoted to art education
  • Kakuzo Okakura(Tenshin)- Tokyo Art School,Japanese Art InstituteFounder of. "Tea book"
  • Michio Ogasawara ――After working as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a physical education officer and a technician of the Institute for Research in Physical Education, and a director of the Physical Education Division of the Minister's Office, he became the director of the Physical Education Bureau.
  • Hikoichi Orita --Japanese educators and Ministry of Education bureaucrats who were active in the Meiji era.He is known as the first principal of the former Third Higher School (Third Higher School).
  • Ohte Shigenobu - Waseda UniversityFounder of.8th and 17th generationPrime Minister..First time in JapanOpening ceremonyI do.
  • Kotaka Otsuma --Women's education Otsuma GakuinFounder of.
  • Hyozo Omori --Physical education instructor.First time in JapanbasketballvolleyballTell.Japan's firstOlympicHe also supervises the team.
  • Seiichi Omura ――He also served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a lawyer, a member of the House of Representatives, a member of the House of Lords (elected), and the president of Sagami Women's University.
  • Seiji Oshima --Chief of Ministry of Education, Counselor of Ministry of Education, Chief of Tokyo Buddhist School (currently Hosei University), Secretary of Education, Secretary of Minister's Secretariat, First Chief of Fourth High School (currently Kanazawa University), Inspector of Board of Audit, etc.
  • Takaki Oki - Sir Ministry of EducationAsSchool systemEstablished.Six Meiji Educators.
  • Otake Taki - Industrial educator
  • Tadao Okino --Industrial educator in the Meiji era.In charge of industrial education at Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Kantoku --Higher Normal School Teacher.Physical education instructor.First time in JapanDodgeballTell.
  • Jigoro Kano --Higher Normal School Director.Father of Japanese physical education.Kodokanjudo, Japan Sports Association (laterJapan Sports Association) Founder.JapaneseOlympicAlso made an effort to participate for the first time.
  • Sukeyuki Kawazu --In addition to the bureaucrats of the Ministry of Education, the head of the Tokyo School of Law (currently Hosei University), he has served as the secretary of the Senate, the chief of the Osaka Court of Appeals, the chief of the Nagoya Court of Appeals, the secretary of the Justice University, the director of the Criminal Bureau of the Ministry of Justice, and the Deputy Secretary of Communications.
  • Kochi Nobutomo --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Takeo Kakinuma --Civil Affairs and Home Affairs bureaucrats.Governor of the prefecture.
  • Eikichi Kamata --Meiji bureaucrats and politicians.Geheimrat, member of the House of Representatives, member of the House of Representatives, Minister of Education, President of Keio University, Chairman of Imperial Education.Chairman of Koshosha.
  • Kaneko Sentaro --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Keitaro - Takushoku UniversityFounder of.
  • Kozu Senzaburo --A music educator in the Meiji era.
  • Kohei Kanda --From the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period, he was a Japanese Western scholar, a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a Hyogo prefectural ordinance, Shosuke of the Ministry of Education, a member of the Senate of the Elderly, and a member of the House of Peers.
  • Kashiwada Morifumi --Meiji era bureaucrats and educators.He has served as the chairman of the Kagoshima Prefectural Assembly (predecessor of the Kagoshima Prefectural Assembly), the principal of the Fourth High School (one of the predecessors of Kanazawa University), a member of the House of Representatives, the Deputy Minister of Education, and the governors of Chiba, Ibaraki, and Niigata prefectures.
  • Mary kidder - Ferris CollegeFounder of.
  • Kikuchi base --Educational administrator, the first professor of Western mathematics in Japan.
  • Manichiro Komoda --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Hiroji Kinoshita --MEXT bureaucrats, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and one high school director, Imperial University
  • Masayoshi Kimura ――He has served as a secretary of the Ministry of Education, a secretary of the Minister of Education, a director of the student department of the Ministry of Education, a director of the Ministry of Business and Academic Affairs, and a member of the House of Representatives (4th term).
  • Masakoto Kimura --MEXT bureaucrats, national scholars, national literary figures.
  • William Smith Clark - Sapporo agricultural schoolForeign teacher.
  • Kubota Yuzuru --Minister of Education, Minister of Education. Announced "Education System Reform Theory".
  • Kanae Kubota --He was a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, the director of the Nara and Kyoto Imperial Museums, and the principal of the Tokyo Academy of Fine Arts.
  • Ryuichi Kuki --MEXT bureaucrat. Leading the Ministry of Education administration in the early 1880s.
  • Jisuke Kubota --MEXT bureaucrats and interior bureaucrats.Governor of the prefecture.
  • Kumamoto Aritaka --MEXT bureaucrats, educators, astronomers, mathematicians, psychologists, astrologers.The first director of Fukuoka Prefectural Junior High School Shuyukan, the first principal of Nagasaki Higher Commercial School, and the first principal of the Government-General of Korea Junior High School.
  • Kuroda Kiyotsuna --MEXT bureaucrat.
  • Makoto Kondo - Gyokujuku(CurrentGambling company) Founder.mainlyMath-engineering-NavigationActive in the field of.He is the six major educators of the Meiji era.
  • Goto Makita - educator.He pioneered science education and handicraft education.
  • Chiichi Koyama --He has served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, Governor of Saga Prefecture, Governor of Kochi Prefecture, and Director of the General Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Education.
  • Komatsubara Eitaro --Minister of Education.The Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology issued a directive regarding the establishment of a library, and a popular education investigation committee was established.
  • Takaji Komatsubara --Educators and Ministry of Education bureaucrats.Professor of Seventh Higher School, etc.
  • Keisuke Komori --MEXT bureaucrats and educators
  • Jinzaburo Obata --MEXT bureaucrats, educators at the end of the Edo period and early Meiji era
  • Kobayashi Kotaro --MEXT bureaucrats in the first half of the Meiji era.He has been involved in the translation business of the Ministry of Education for a long time, and contributed to the introduction of Japan's educational situation to Europe and the United States and the modernization of Japan's education system.
  • Yubayashi Kobayashi --Meiji era officials, Ministry of Education, and members of the House of Representatives.
  • Hida Shosaku --Chief of Education, 1th University District Ichiban Junior High School (one of the predecessors of Kyoto University), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (predecessor of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies), Principal of Tokyo English School, etc.
  • Hidesaburo Saito --English education
  • Hisho Saito --History education
  • Saionji public aspiration - Private school RitsumeikanFounder of.
  • Makoto Sawamura --MEXT bureaucrat, agronomist, doctor of agriculture.
  • Naomichi Shiono --MEXT bureaucrat, arithmetic educator. A popular person of the four-pearl abacus.He became a library supervisor at the Ministry of Education and edited the groundbreaking textbook "Ordinary Elementary School Arithmetic", which was acclaimed at the International Congress of Mathematicians.
  • Juichi Shimomura --MEXT bureaucrat, principal of Tokyo Women's Higher Normal School.Women's learning director, etc.
  • Shimoda Utako --Women's education Jissen Women's SchoolFounder of.
  • Tokujiro Shibata - KokushikanFounder of.
  • Tesshin Shibata --MEXT bureaucrat, director of the Women's Learning Institute.Geheimrat.
  • Tokusaburo Shibuya ――Although he was a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, the mayor of each ward of the city of Tokyo, and the mayor of Sendai, he was also called the "mayor of education" when he was the mayor of Sendai because he had a deep knowledge of educational administration.
  • Morokuzu Nobuzumi --Japanese educator in the Meiji era.He was the principal of the Public Tokyo Normal School (one of the predecessors of the University of Tsukuba) and the Public Osaka Normal School.
  • Kinji Shimizu --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.He was the first president of Nagoya Institute of Technology.
  • Hikogoro Shimizu ――He has served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a supervisor of the Imperial University Law University, a secretary of the Imperial University and a supervisor of the Law University, a principal of a high commercial school, a secretary of the Tokyo Imperial University, and a secretary of the clinic attached to the Medical University.
  • Shimada Saburo --MEXT bureaucrats, members of the House of Representatives, journalists.
  • Yasujiro Shimada ――Efforts for regional education in Osaka.
  • Satoshi Tan --Education administrator
  • Marion Scott --Teaching simultaneous teaching methods and intuition teaching methods.
  • Jitaro Suzuki - Alfred BineAdapted the method ofSuzuki Vinay intelligence testAnnounced.
  • Suzuki Matoshi --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a genealogy researcher and national scholar from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period.
  • Toraki Seto --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.First high school chief, etc.
  • Kenzo Takahashi --Meiji era bureaucrats, journalists and politicians.One of the founders of English Law School (predecessor of Chuo University).
  • Kosei Takahashi --Founder of Kaisei Gakuen.
  • Kosei Takahashi --MEXT bureaucrats, financers, BOJ governors, politicians.20th Prime Minister
  • Hideo Takamine --Meiji era bureaucrats and educators.Developmentalism education
  • Kikutaro Takizawa (Director of Normal School) --Educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.Prefectural normal school director.
  • Tomeri Tanimoto --Herbartianism, "Systematic New Pedagogy Guidelines"
  • Tanaka Fujimaro --MEXT bureaucrat, educational administrator.He is instrumental in enacting educational orders.
  • Masatsugu Tsukahara --Japanese educational psychologist from the Meiji era to the early Showa period.Doctor of Letters
  • Umeko Tsuda --Women's Education Women's English School (laterTsuda College) Founder.
  • Shinji Tsuji -First generationTextUnder Secretary,Dainippon Education Society・ President of the Imperial Education Society,Tokyo Buddha SchoolFounder.
  • Genso Tsuboi - Higher Normal School,Gymnastics schoolTeacher.Physical education scholar. He published "Outdoor Play Method" and "Ordinary Gymnastics Method".First time in Japanサ ッ カ ー,DodgeballIntroduction.
  • Tsuzuki Keiroku --MEXT bureaucrats, diplomats, politicians.House of Lords, Geheimrat, Doctor of Law, Baron.
  • Yukichi Terada --Educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.He has served as the head of Tokyo Higher Commercial School (predecessor of Hitotsubashi University), Nihonbashi High School (predecessor of Nihonbashi Jogakukan High School), Nippon Sport Science University Gymnastics School (predecessor of Nippon Sport Science University), and head of Kudan Seika High School. did.
  • Seiichi Tejima --Educators and Ministry of Education bureaucrats in the Meiji era.Industrial Education, Tokyo Education Museum (predecessor of National Science Museum) and Tokyo Library (one of the predecessors of National Diet Library), Kyoritsu Women's Vocational School (predecessor of Kyoritsu Women's Junior and Senior High School), etc.
  • Hiroshi Nagai (Internal Affairs Official) --Ministry of Education, Governor of Kumamoto Prefecture.
  • Michiakira Nagai --Professor of Higher Normal School.Physical education instructor.Father of Japanese gymnastics. "School Gymnastics Professor's Eyes" (later "Course of StudyEfforts to establish "Physical Education").In JapanSwedish gymnastics,Wall bars,DodgeballIntroduced.
  • Naruse Nizo - Japan Women's UniversityFounder of.
  • Nakagawa Kenzo --Ministry of Education, Governor-General of Taiwan, Member of the House of Lords.
  • Hajime Nakagawa --Educators and Ministry of Education bureaucrats in the Meiji era.Fourth Higher Junior High School (one of the predecessors of Kanazawa University), Fifth High School (one of the predecessors of Kumamoto University), Second Higher School (one of the predecessors of Tohoku University), Sendai High School of Engineering (Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University) He was the principal of one of the predecessors of).
  • Kojuro Nakagawa - Kyoto Hosei School(AfterRitsumeikan University) Founder.
  • Nakamura Honest - DoujinshaFounded.EducationDrafted. "" West national will] And many other translations have been published.He is the six major educators of the Meiji era.
  • Nakajima Nagamoto --Consistently involved in central education administration in the early Meiji era with MEXT bureaucrats and Tsuji Shinji
  • Junji Nagaya --MEXT bureaucrat, principal of Tokyo School of Foreign Languages.Director of the Women's Learning Institute.Geheimrat, etc.
  • Nagahiro Nagano --MEXT bureaucrat, member of the House of Representatives.He has served as Deputy Secretary of State for Education and Deputy Secretary of State for Interior Affairs.
  • Long sword --MEXT bureaucrats, doctors, medical scientists.
  • Nitobe Inazo --The author of "Bushido".
  • Niijima - DoshishaFounder of. English-キ リ ス ト 教Educate many talents in the field of.He is the six major educators of the Meiji era.
  • Shu Zhou (Enlightenment) --Enlightenment thinker, Western philosopher.The first principal of the Dokkyo Gakukai School (currently Dokkyo Junior and Senior High School), a member of the House of Peers, Kinkei-no-ma, etc.
  • Nobuyuki Nishikawa --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Nishimura Tei --Meiji era bureaucrats and educators.Government Osaka Normal School Director, etc.
  • Shigeki Nishimura - MeirokushaOne of the founders. Author of "Japanese Morality Theory".Enlightenment thinker and educator.Doctor of Letters.He is the founder of the moral promotion organization "Nippon Kodokai".
  • Nikaido Tokuyo --Mother of female physical education.Nikaido Gymnasium(AfterJapan Women's Sports University) Founder.Japan's first women's Olympic medalistHitomi Kinueraise.
  • Numata Goro --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Akira Noguchi --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.He has served as the first president of Ochanomizu University.
  • Nomura Tsuna --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.He has served as the director of the Miyazaki Prefectural Academic Affairs Division, the prefectural Miyazaki School Director, the first chairman of the Kagoshima Prefectural Assembly (predecessor of the Kagoshima Prefectural Assembly), the deputy director of the Ministry of Education's Ordinary Academic Affairs Bureau, and the principal of Miyazaki Prefectural Ordinary Junior High School (predecessor of Miyazaki Omiya High School).
  • Nomura Motosuke --MEXT bureaucrats, politicians, calligraphers.
  • Nomura Hikoshiro --Meiji era bureaucrats, officials, and educators.Ishikawa Normal School (one of the predecessors of Kanazawa University), the first principal, Kyoto Prefecture Academic Affairs Division Director, Gymnastics Training Center (one of the predecessors of the University of Tsukuba Physical Education Specialist Group), Principal of Daiichi High School, etc.
  • Yoshio Noda --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Emil Hausknecht --Tell the Herbart pedagogy.
  • Tai Hasegawa - Saisei Gakusha(Nippon Medical SchoolFounder of).
  • Hatakeyama Yoshinari --Educators and bureaucrats in the early Meiji era.
  • Ban Masayori --He was a bureaucrat, judge, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (predecessor of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies), and principal of Miyagi Foreign Language School in the first half of the Meiji era.
  • Hattori Ichizo --Meiji era education and interior bureaucrats.He has served as the head of the Tokyo English School, the University of Tokyo Faculty of Law, Science, and Literature (June 1880, 13), and the University of Tokyo Preparatory Gate (both predecessors of the Faculty of Liberal Arts, the University of Tokyo).
  • Hamao Arata --Minister of Education, Minister of Education,Tokyo Imperial UniversityPresident.
  • Gonichi Hita --MEXT bureaucrats and educators
  • Hishida --MEXT bureaucrats and judges.Aomori County Magistrate.
  • Hirayama Taro --MEXT bureaucrats in the first half of the Meiji era.He has served as the chief of the gymnastics training center (one of the predecessors of the University of Tsukuba physical education group) and the director of the Tokyo Library (one of the predecessors of the National Diet Library).
  • Yoshimi Hiraga --A chemist and industrial educator in the Meiji era.
  • Nao Higaki --Educators, Ministry of Education and Home Affairs bureaucrats.He is the governor of the prefecture, Kinkei-no-ma.
  • Megumu Fujino --MEXT bureaucrats and interior bureaucrats.He has served as the governor of the prefecture and the deputy minister of education.
  • Furuichi Government --Industrial educator in the Meiji era.Doctor of engineering.The first president of Imperial University of Technology.
  • Fukuoka Takashi --MEXT bureaucrats and politicians.He is the person who added the five oaths and drafted the political statement.
  • Fukuzawa Yukichi - Keio UniversityFounder. ""Academic Susume』Author. Jurisprudence-EconomicsWide range aroundthinkerFamous as.He is the six major educators of the Meiji era.
  • Hoshina Hyakusuke --Mineralogist, science education
  • Tamaki Maruyama --MEXT bureaucrats and educators
  • Masao Matsui --Chief of Education, Chemist, Former Director of University Education Division, School Education Bureau, Ministry of Education, Last Principal of Niigata High School, First Dean of Faculty of Science, Niigata University.
  • Naokichi Matsui --MEXT bureaucrat, chemist.Doctor of Science.Vice-principal of the Third Higher Junior High School (one of the predecessors of Kyoto University), Director of the Specialized Academic Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Education, Chairman of the Tokyo Chemistry Society (one of the predecessors of the Japan Chemistry Society), President and President of the University of Tokyo (predecessor of the University of Tokyo) Has served.
  • Shigejiro Matsuura --MEXT bureaucrats, educators, politicians.Served as President of Kyushu Imperial University.
  • Chozo Matsuo --MEXT bureaucrat, principal of Hiroshima Women's Higher Normal School.
  • Masaki Taizo --Meiji era bureaucrats, educators, diplomats.Kaisei School Lecturer International Student Director
  • Nobuaki Makino --MEXT bureaucrats and politicians.
  • Kenta Miyazaki --Internal affairs and Ministry of Education bureaucrats.He is the governor of Saga prefecture.
  • Shinma Mizobuchi --Educators and bureaucrats of the Ministry of Education from the Meiji era to the early Showa period.
  • Kanichi Misawa --Chief officials, Mayor of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Governor of Yamagata Prefecture, Governor of Shimane Prefecture, Director of Sapporo Tourism Association, etc.
  • Mishima Nakasu - NishogakushaFounder ofChinese scholar.
  • Hiroshi Minami --MEXT bureaucrat
  • Minsaku Rinsho --A bureaucrat, a Japanese bakushin / Western scholar from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji era, a legal scholar, and the first principal of the Japanese-French Law School (currently Hosei University)
  • Luther Whiting Mason --Instructing music education.
  • David Murray --MEXT administrative adviser, draft education order.
  • Motoda Eita --Drafting the Imperial Rescript on Education
  • Yuri Mori - MeirokushaThe founding representative of.The first generationMinister of Education..Meiji six major educators.
  • Tetsu Yasui - Tokyo Women's UniversityFounder of.
  • Tatsunosuke Yamazaki --MEXT bureaucrat, 7th term of the House of Representatives.
  • Takeru Yamakawa --He has served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, General Affairs Division of the General Academic Affairs Bureau, Academic Affairs Division of the Specialized Academic Affairs Bureau, Physical Education Division of the Minister's Office, Writing Division, and Accounting Division.In addition, Chiba Prefectural Police, the director, Shizuoka local clerk, etc.
  • Naotaro Yanagimoto --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.He was the president of Daiichi Junior High School (one of the predecessors of the University of Tokyo), the principal of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (predecessor of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies), and the mayor of Nagoya.
  • Yuhara Motoichi --Educators and Ministry of Education bureaucrats.Introducing Herbart pedagogy.
  • Yuchi Kohei --He has served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a bureaucrat of the interior, a governor of Fukui prefecture, and a member of the House of Lords.
  • Kyosuke Yoshioka --MEXT bureaucrat, Japanese scholar.Second High School Professor, Ministry of Education Book Examiner, Inspector, etc.
  • Taijiro Yoshikawa --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.The second president of NYK Line.
  • Torataro Yoshimura (educator) --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.He served in the Ministry of Education and has served as the principal of Hiroshima Foreign Language School and the principal of Hiroshima English School.
  • Kensuke Yoshida --MEXT bureaucrat, Confucian scholar, bakushin, Keio University president.Meiji bureaucrats, educators, Enlightenments.
  • Yoshimasa Yoshikawa --Minister of Education.EducationPromote promulgation.
  • George Adams Leland --Instructing school physical education.
  • Watanabe Tonosuke --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.After serving as an assistant to the Ministry of Education, an inspector, a counselor / clerk, a counselor / book examiner, a book inspector / book section chief, etc.
  • Yoshishige Watanabe -First in JapanChild protection schoolFounder of.
  • Tatsugoro Watanabe --Women's education,clothingA leader in education.Tokyo Kasei University,Kyoritsu Women's UniversityInvolved in the founding of.

Taisho (Meiji / Taisho)

  • Ashida Enosuke --Practitioner of spelling education
  • Ken Awaya --MEXT bureaucrat, Deputy Minister of Education at the time of the Takigawa incident.
  • Yonekichi Akai - Myojo GakuenFounder of. "Education of love and reason"
  • Nobuyoshi Akama --MEXT bureaucrats, counselors, etc.
  • Tadashi Adachi - educator.FormerSakae Town (Tottori Prefecture)Mayor.He studies the local history of Sanin.
  • Inoue Takeshi --The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology became the center of editing the "Elementary School Japanese Language Reader" (Sakura Reader), which is a national language reader in the 1930s.
  • Kinshichi Inage --"Creative Education Theory"
  • --Founder of Nippon Seibi School.
  • Ishikawa Tochigi --Self-proclaimed number one in JapanSubstitute teacher"Hayashichu Diary"
  • Taneyoshi Uehara ――He has served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, an educator, a scholar of the Ministry of Education, a clerk of the Ministry of Education, a secretary of the Ministry of Education, and a chief of the Agricultural Education Division of the Business and Academic Affairs Bureau.
  • Shozaburo Ueda --Educational criticism magazine "Idea Factory" launched, educational labor movement
  • Mana Ueda --MEXT bureaucrat, national language scholar, linguist.Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Imperial University, President of Kokugakuin University, Director of Jingu Imperial Academy, Member of the House of Peers.
  • Egi Kazuyuki --Minister of Education, Minister of Education.Second elementary school decreeDrafting,Bunsei CouncilInstalled.
  • Yoshito Okuda --Bureaucrats, politicians, and legal scholars from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.
  • Ryohei Okada --Chief of Education, Minister of Education, President of Kyoto Imperial University, President of Tohoku Imperial University.Extraordinary Education ConferenceInstalled.
  • Ototake Iwazo -"History of Japanese Common Education"
  • Oikawa Heiji --"Automatic Education Theory" Branch Dynamic Education
  • Kuniyoshi Ohara ―― "Education theory for all" Tamagawa AcademyFounder of
  • Kinnosuke Ogura --Mathematician "History of Mathematics Education"
  • Seizo Kato --MEXT bureaucrat, former Tsuruoka city 6th mayor, member of the House of Representatives (5th term), advisor to the Chido Museum.
  • Shunsaku Kawahara --Educators and bureaucrats from the Taisho era to the Showa era.
  • Noburu Katagami --"Literature Education Theory"
  • Kikuchi base --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a mathematician from the Meiji era to the Taisho era, and an educational administrator.Baron, Doctor of Science.Tokyo Imperial University (predecessor of the University of Tokyo) President / President of Science University, Deputy Minister of Education / Minister, Director of the Institute of Learning, President of Kyoto Imperial University (predecessor of Kyoto University)
  • Taneichi Kitazawa -"Work education"  Tokyo Women's High SchoolAttached small
  • Kinoshita Takeji --Synthetic learning method "Learning Principles"
  • Sozo Kurahashi --MEXT bureaucrat, educator from the Taisho era to the Showa era.
  • Kiyomaru Kono --"Automatic Education Theory"
  • Goto Makita --From the Meiji era to the early Showa period, MEXT bureaucrats and educators.He is a pioneer in science education and is called a "pioneer in handicraft education."
  • Tadayoshi Sasaoka --Life spelling exercise
  • Shigetao Konishi --Pedagogue Takigawa Incident
  • Masamitsu Komaki --A Chinese scholar from the end of the Edo period to the Taisho era, a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, Chief Secretary of the Cabinet, a governor of the prefecture, a member of the House of Lords, and a doctor of literature.
  • Tokuji Sato --MEXT bureaucrat, Buddhist scholar, writer.Philosophy researcher
  • Etsuro Sakamoto --MEXT bureaucrat, professor at Ochanomizu University.
  • Sawayanagi Masataro --MEXT bureaucrats, educators, members of the House of Lords.Play a central role in the Taisho liberal education movement
  • Shimoyama Tsutomu --Practitioner of spelling education
  • Shigeyoshi Sugiura --Meiji and Taisho era bureaucrats, nationalist educators, thinkers, and politicians.
  • Masakazu Sugiyama - Sugiyama JogakuenFounder, first president and president
  • Suzuki Miyoshi --Father of the children's culture movement.Presided over the children's magazine "Akai tori".
  • Ryukichi Sekiya --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education in the early Taisho and Showa eras.He is the director of the Social Education Bureau of the Ministry of Education, and is also described as a "parent of social education and raising." He left a mark on the exchange between Japan and the United States through "Blue-eyed Dolls" and the organization of boys'and youth groups.
  • Senbon Yoshitaka --Educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Higher Normal School.He is one of the founders of the Tokyo Physics School (later Tokyo Physics School, now Tokyo University of Science).
  • Tanaka Inagi --A bureaucrat and librarian from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.The first director of the Imperial Library (predecessor of the National Diet Library) and the first chairman of the Japan Library Association (predecessor of the Japan Library Association). He is called the "father of the library".
  • Yoshiharu Tazawa --Politician, educator.Youth groupFather of education.
  • Kinichi Takebe --MEXT bureaucrats, Ministry of Education counselors, educators.
  • Chiba Meikichi ―― "All impulses are all satisfied"
  • Masatsugu Tsukahara --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education and an educational psychologist from the Meiji era to the early Showa period.Doctor of Letters
  • Kishie Tezuka --"Free Education Theory" Chiba Prefecture Normal Attached Small
  • Kenjiro Nakagawa --Japanese educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.He was the principal of Kyoritsu Women's Vocational School (predecessor of Kyoritsu Women's Junior and Senior High School), the first principal of Sendai Higher Technical School (one of the predecessors of the Faculty of Engineering of Tohoku University), and the principal of Tokyo Women's Higher Normal School (predecessor of Ochanomizu University).
  • Haruji Nakamura --The founder of Seikei Gakuen.
  • Kazu Norisugi --Educators and bureaucrats of the Ministry of Education from the Meiji period to the Showa period.A person who systematically introduced social education to Japan
  • Entaro Noguchi --Japanese Pestalozzi,Ikebukuro Children's Village Elementary SchoolFounder of.
  • Seiichi Nojiri --Educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the Taisho era
  • Annie Lyon Howe --A pioneer in kindergarten education.Sakae Hobo Training Center, Established.
  • Motoko Hani - Jiyu GakuenFounder of.
  • New hamao --Education administrator from the Meiji era to the Taisho era, Director of the Ministry of Education's Specialized Academic Affairs Bureau, Senator of the Senate, President of Tokyo Imperial University (predecessor of the University of Tokyo), Minister of Education, Chairman of the Higher Education Council, Daio Tomiya, etc.
  • Kanjiro Higuchi -"Integralism New Teaching Method"
  • Higuchi Choichi --"Self-education theory"
  • Chikuro Hiroike --The Institute of Moralogy.Moralogy Moralogy Education FoundationFounder of.
  • Fukuhara Ryujiro --MEXT bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.He has served as Deputy Minister of Education, President of Tohoku Imperial University, Director of Learning, Director of Imperial Art Academy (predecessor of Japan Art Academy), and Member of the House of Peers.
  • Tatsuo Hoshino --MEXT bureaucrat, writer, translator, editor-in-chief of "Asahi Graph".Such
  • Bunji Mano --MEXT bureaucrats and mechanical engineers from the Meiji era to the early Showa period.He has served as Director of Business and Academic Affairs, Ministry of Education, President of Kyushu Imperial University (predecessor of Kyushu University), Member of the House of Lords, and Chief Advisor.
  • Naohiko Masaki --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education and an art administrator from the Meiji era to the early Showa era.He was the fifth principal of the Tokyo Fine Arts School (now Tokyo University of the Arts).
  • Tsunesaburo Makiguchi —— Proponent of
  • Eiji Makiyama --Educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the early Showa period
  • Tsunezō Morioka --MEXT bureaucrats and pedagogues from the Meiji era to the early Showa period
  • Kanae Yamamoto --Free painting education movement "Artistic freedom education"
  • Yuhara Motoichi --Japanese educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the early Showa period.He was the principal of Tokyo Music School (predecessor of the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts), Tokyo Women's Higher Normal School (predecessor of Ochanomizu University), and the first principal of Tokyo High School (one of the predecessors of the Faculty of Liberal Arts, University of Tokyo).
  • Takehiko Yumoto --Educators and bureaucrats from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.

Showa

  • Shigetaka Abe --Pedagogue.Leading the planning of the Education Reform Association "Education System Reform Plan".
  • Kenji Adachi --Chief of the Ministry of Education, Chief of Intangible Culture, Chief of Textbooks, Chief of Secondary Education, Chief of Personnel, Chief of Culture Bureau in 1967, etc.
  • Seishiro Aoki --Children / educational psychologist.After working as a professor at Tokyo Kasei University, he became the president.
  • Toshio Asaeda --Professor of vocational education, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Institute of Technology, Principal of Vocational Training College
  • Amano Teisuke - Dokkyo UniversityFounder of.
  • Jiro Arimitsu --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.
  • Masayasu Ito --Educational psychologist, other specialties are social pedagogy and human formation theory.Professor, Tokyo University of Science
  • Masayuki Inoue --MEXT bureaucrat, former Bangladesh Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.Chairman (full-time) of Japan Educational Exchanges and Services Association.
  • Inoue Takeshi --Edited "Sakura Reader".
  • Keijiro Inai --MEXT bureaucrat, former Vice-Minister of Education.
  • Masayoshi Isogai --MEXT bureaucrat, historian.Professor Emeritus of Yamanashi University.The first director of the Yamanashi Prefectural Archaeological Museum, the chairman of the Takeda Study Group, and the chairman of the Yamanashi Prefectural History Committee.
  • Eijiro Inatomi --Pedagogue (History of Western Education),Sophia UniversityProfessor.
  • Seijiro Ibaraki --MEXT bureaucrats and educators.Fourth High School Professor, Ministry of Education Inspector
  • Tadashi Inumaru --MEXT bureaucrats, deputy director of the International Bureau of Science, director of the administration, director of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, director of the National Theater, director of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, etc.
  • Kazuo Itoga --"Welfare Thought"
  • Soju Irisawa --Pedagogue.Instructed Tajima Experience School.
  • Shoichi Itagaki - National languageEducation, mainly practitioners.
  • Yoshitomo Ushijima --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Kyushu University.
  • Kaoru Ueda (educator) --MEXT bureaucrat, pedagogue.He was a professor at Tokyo University of Education, a professor at Rikkyo University, and a president at Tsuru University. Honorary Chairman of the "Meeting for the First Aspirations of Social Studies". 1
  • Satoru Umene --Pedagogue (History of Western Education),Japan Education SocietyChairman.Wako GardenFounded.
  • Hachizo Umezu --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo.
  • Atsuko Toyama --MEXT bureaucrat, advisor to the New National Theatre Foundation.
  • Yasuo Okuda - National languageTheoretical leader of education,Educational Science Study Group / Japanese Language SubcommitteeLeader of.
  • Ichiro Okaji --Educational psychologist / poet.Former President of Hokkaido University of Education.
  • Akira Onda --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Toyo University
  • Hideo Ohashi --In addition to specialized fluid engineering, fluid machinery, and environmental system engineering, engineering education and engineer education.
  • Hitoshi Osaki --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a bureaucrat of the academic administration who created the University of Tsukuba.
  • Jintaro Ose --Pedagogue (History of Western Education),Tokyo Bunka UniversityPresident.
  • Shin Nagata --Pedagogue (History of Western Education), Chairman of the Japan Society for Education.Pestalozzi study.
  • Kato Moriyuki --MEXT bureaucrat, former governor of Ehime prefecture (14th-16th generation)
  • Nihei Kato --Education historian, Professor at Tokyo University of Literature and Science, Professor at Kanto Gakuin University.Specializes in educational ideas of the Edo period
  • Yoshifumi Kawai --Ph.D. in Educational Psychologist "Study on the relationship between Chinese character drawings and reading behavior".Served as a professor at Tokyo Gakugei University
  • Tokiomi Kaigo --Pedagogue (History of Japanese Education), Chairman of the Japan Society for Education. "Study on the history of the establishment of the Imperial Rescript on Education".
  • Eiji Kajita --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Hyogo University of Teacher Education.
  • Shuichi Katsuta --Pedagogue. Created "Course of Study Social Studies (Draft)" and developed the theory of "Educational Rights of the People".
  • Kunio Ueoka --Educational psychologist.Professor, Takasaki City University of Economics
  • Mantaro Kido --Pedagoguepsychologist,Hokkaido Gakugei UniversityPresident.Educational Science Study GroupFormed.
  • Hidemasa Kimura --Aeronautical engineering education as an aircraft researcher.
  • Hiroshi Kida --MEXT bureaucrat, former Vice-Minister of Education.Education critic.
  • Fujimaro Kubota --MEXT bureaucrat, member of the House of Councilors (1st term).Member of the House of Representatives (second term).
  • Sozo Kurahashi --Father of early childhood education.
  • Katsuhide Kusahara --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, an emeritus professor of Takushoku University, specializing in Nitobe Inazo research and educational policy.He belongs to the Japanese Society of Higher Education.He has served as President and Professor of Takushoku University Hokkaido Junior College and Professor and Vice President of the Faculty of Foreign Studies, Takushoku University.
  • Hisaharu Kugimoto --MEXT bureaucrat, Japanese language scholar, Japanese literary person.From a professor at Chuo University to a chief of the Japanese Language Division of the Ministry of Education.During the war, he was involved with Osamu Ishiguro and others in the policy of spreading Japanese to the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Area.
  • Shinji Kondo --MEXT bureaucrat, representative director of "Bunka Kyokai", a public interest foundation.Former Director of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Former Director of the National Institute for Educational Policy Research, Former Commissioner for Cultural Affairs, Former Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (in charge of education).
  • --Professor, Hokkaido University of Education, specializing in social pedagogy
  • Ichitaro Kokubun --Theoretical leader of Japanese language education and composition education ().
  • Shigetao Konishi --Former cooperative, university president, involved in the establishment of Koa Institute of Technology (currently Chiba Institute of Technology) with the aim of training engineers
  • - Labor educationIntroducer.
  • Tadashi Hidano --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of the National Center for University Entrance Examinations, University of Tokyo, President of Asahide Gakuen School.
  • Yoshitake Sasaki —— Served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, Secretary of the Science and Technology Agency, and Minister of International Trade and Industry
  • --Educational psychologist, professor at Tokyo Gakugei University.
  • Teiichi Sato --MEXT bureaucrat, former Vice-Minister of Education. Chairman of NPO University Management Association.He has served as Director of the International Bureau of Science, Minister's Secretariat, and Vice-Minister of Education.
  • Kihaku Saito --Shim Elementary School Principal "Introduction to Classes"
  • Toichi Sakata --In addition to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, he also served as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Ukraine.
  • Ichiro Sakamoto --Educational psychologist, professor at Tokyo Daiichi Normal School, Tokyo University of Arts, Japan Women's University, Ritsusho Women's University Junior College, Bunkyo University Women's Junior College.
  • Keisuke Sawada --Educational Psychologist, Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo
  • Lake Shimomura --Educator, writer.
  • Yasaburo Shimonaka --The founder of Japan's first education and staff union.
  • Yukichi Shita - Educational anthropologyAdvocate of.
  • Sukeichi Shinohara --Pedagogue (History of Western Education). "Theoretical pedagogy".
  • Kiyoshi Sugie --He has served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, the director of the academic bureau of the Ministry of Education, the director of the National Museum of Nature and Science, and the director of the Public School Mutual Aid Association.
  • Yasuzo Shimizu - Sakurabirin GakuenFounded.
  • Kinji Shimizu --Engineering education.President of Nagoya Institute of Technology, First President of Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • Kiyoshi Shimizu (Ministry of Education) --MEXT bureaucrats and lawyers.Former Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  • Makoto Shimizu --Science Education, Professor, Saitama University
  • Fujiro Shinagawa --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Gakugei University.
  • Shido Sumeragi --Pedagogue (educational administration and finance),Hiroshima UniversityPresident.
  • Tadashi Seike --Industrial pedagogue
  • Masako Shoji --Pedagogue.Frobel study.
  • Hideo Tamai --He has served as a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a deputy minister of education and science (in charge of education), and a director of the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  • Kosei Takahashi - Kaisei GakuenFounded.
  • --MEXT bureaucrat.Hiroshi Kida, a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education and an education critic, is a son-in-law.
  • Toshio Tatsumi --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Gakugei University.Chairman of the Home Child Health Development Measures Department of the Central Children's Council of the Ministry of Health and Welfare.
  • Chitoshi Tatsuno --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of University of Tsukuba and Joetsu University of Education.
  • Teruo Tamiya -,compositionEducation
  • Kotaro Tanaka --MEXT bureaucrat, legal scholar / legal philosopher.Dean of the Faculty of Law, Tokyo Imperial University, member of the Japan Academy.The first president of the Japan Association of Legal Philosophy, etc.
  • Yoshio Tanaka --MEXT bureaucrats of the Showa period
  • Juichi Tanaka - Meijo UniversityFounded.
  • Takemasa Taro --Educational psychologist, professor at Tokyo University of Literature and Science
  • Aritsune Tsuzuki --Educational psychologist, Professor, Faculty of Education, Nagoya University, Doctor of Education in "Educational Evaluation".
  • Sadayuki Tsuchiya --Science and arts bureaucrats.The 22nd Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Peru and the 9th Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.Former President of Hiroshima Prefectural University of Hiroshima.
  • Toyama Kei --Established a "water system" as a promoter of mathematics education.
  • Haru Tokura --A leading school dancer
  • Tomioka Kenji --MEXT bureaucrat, Mayor of Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture (3rd term).She has served as the director of the National Institute for Educational Policy Research, the president of the Japan International Education Association, and the president of Gunma Prefectural Women's University.
  • Kosuke Tomeoka - Hokkaido home schoolFounded.
  • Akio Nakajima --MEXT bureaucrats and politicians.Former member of the House of Representatives and former member of the House of Councilors.President of the Baba Foundation for International Education and Exchange.
  • Sukezo Nakano --Educational psychologist.Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University of Education, Professor of Wayo Women's University.Child psychology, educational psychology.
  • Tomiji Nagao --Pedagogue (History of Western Education).Pestalozzithe study.
  • Houzaburo Naito --A politician and a bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education in the Showa period.Minister of Education
  • Naoki Nishihira --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Soka University.
  • Shojiro Nomura --MEXT bureaucrats, scientists, university professors and soccer players.
  • Yoshibee Nomura - Ikebukuro Children's Village Elementary SchoolGuidance
  • Kunihiko Hashida --National school system
  • Kotaro Harano --Educational psychologist.
  • Tamotsu Hasegawa --Welfare
  • Kanji Hatano --Educational psychologist Professor Emeritus of Ochanomizu University.
  • Lin Da --MEXT bureaucrat, Japanese language scholar.He was the director of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics and the representative director of the Japanese Language Society. He was involved in Japanese language policy from the 1950s to the 1980s.
  • Takeji Hayashi --Pedagogue (educational philosophy).Education through Socratic dialogue.
  • Yoshiki Hayashi ――Since you were a student at the Faculty of Education, the University of Tokyo, you have specialized in social education, which is closely related to both education and sociology.
  • Yasuharu Agarie --Educational psychologist, Honorary President of Meio University.Former President of the University of the Ryukyus.
  • Takashi Tojo - Dowa educationResearcher.
  • Fujiya Shizuya --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a scholar of Japanese art history, and a professor of Tokyo Imperial University.
  • Satoshi Tan --MEXT bureaucrat, oriental history scholar, educational administrator.Although his main occupation is a historian majoring in Korean history, he is also known as a bureaucrat and educator who promoted prewar governing administration and education.
  • Mitsuo Matsui --Educational psychologist.Institute of Physical Education, Professor of Tokyo University of Arts and Sciences, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University, Professor of Nihon University, President of Tsurukawa Women's Junior College.
  • Kojiro Matsumoto --Educational psychologist
  • Seita Matsumoto --Pedagogue.Kamakura Women's University(Keihin Women's University),Kamakura Women's UniversityFounded.
  • Masuo Maita - School corporation Kimitsu GakuenFounded.He served as the director of the school and the principal, principal, and director of each school.
  • Masashi Masaki --Educational psychologist, Tohoku University professor, Kyoto University Faculty of Education professor.Known for his co-authorship with Arata Yoda, Personality Psychology (1937)
  • Kihei Maekawa --Former Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology bureaucrat.He has served as Deputy Director General of the Minister's Secretariat of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Director of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's Primary and Secondary Education Bureau, Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (in charge of education), and Deputy Secretary of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  • Seiichi Miyahara --Pedagogue (social education).Educational Science Study GroupReconstruction movement.
  • Norio Miyazaki - National languageeducation,Educational Science Study Group / Japanese Language SubcommitteeTheorist, life guidance
  • Shugo Miura --The author of "School Teacher Theory".
  • Nobuhiro Miyoshi --Educational historian
  • Yasumasa Miki --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo.
  • Toshio Mizuno --MEXT bureaucrat, pedagogical researcher.The 4th president of Shimane University.
  • Seiya Munakata --Pedagogue (educational administration). Contributed to the theory of "national education rights".
  • Minoru Murai --Pedagogue,Keio UniversityProfessor. "Crab book".
  • Non-arrival -, "Yamabiko School, Language education ("Continued Yamabiko School")
  • Yasutaka Moriguchi --Bureaucrat, Former Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Vice President of Tokyo University of Science.
  • Shigetoshi Mori (psychologist) --Educational Psychologist, Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Metropolitan University
  • Shinzo Mori ――Known for "Professor's Theory".
  • Shigeru Mori --Social education scholar, Professor Emeritus of Hiroshima University
  • Toshiro Yamashita --Educational psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Metropolitan University.
  • Tokuji Yamashita --Proletarian Education Movement
  • Tokumitsu Yagawa --Pedagogue.Soviet pedagogical studies.
  • Kakuji Yanagawa --MEXT bureaucrat.He has served as the director of the Ministry of Education's Physical Education Bureau, the Director of the Administration Bureau, and a member of the House of Councilors (third term).
  • Toshihiro Kennoki --MEXT bureaucrat.Member of the House of Councilors, Minister of Education
  • - Nara UniversityEstablished (Shokyo Gakuen).
  • Arata Yoda --Educational psychologist, child scholar
  • Sonoko Yokoyu --Educational psychologist, clinical psychologist / pedagogue.Former professor at Chuo University
  • Kyoji Yoshida --Architectural researcher, industrial educator.
  • Kumaji Yoshida --Pedagogue, Director of Research Department, National Institute of Spiritual Culture.He introduced social pedagogy and developed national moral theory.
  • Jitsukazu Shikata --Educational psychologist Doctor of Letters in "Educational Psychology Research on Arithmetic Problem Solving".Professor Emeritus of Kyoto University of Education.

Education for children with disabilities

  • --Opening a school for the blind based on the school system.
  • Henry Faulds --Scottish missionary.Established Blind and Dumb House.
  • Tsuda Sen --Cooperated in establishing Blind and Dumb House.
  • Maejima Miu --Charity organization "Rakuzenkai"
  • Akira Komatsu ――Established "Rakuzenkai" Kunbakuin.
  • Yamao Yozo ――Cooperate with "Rakuzenkai Kunblind Institute".
  • --Opinion for the establishment of a deafblind school.Ehime Prefecture Shizoku.
  • Taishiro Furukawa --Opinion for the establishment of a deafblind school.
  • Masanano Makimura - Governor of Kyoto..Blind and Dumb House opened.
  • Ryoichi Ishii --Facilities for children with disabilities. "Lonely Girl Academy"
  • --"Shirakawa Gakuen"
  • ―― "Momohana Juku"
  • --"Fujikura Gakuen" "Nippon Shinikuen"
  • Unosuke Kawamoto --MEXT bureaucrat, Japanese educator from the Taisho era to the Showa era.After working for the city of Tokyo and the Ministry of Education, he served as a teacher at both Tokyo Blind School (predecessor of Tsukubada University Hearing Special Needs School) and Tokyo Blind School (predecessor of Tsukubada University Visual Special Needs School).
  • --"Tsukuba Gakuen"
  • --"Osaka Education and Treatment Center"
  • --Doctor. "Mitaya Treatment Education Institute"
  • --"Yawata Gakuen" Raise Kiyoshi Yamashita.
  • --"Koganei Gakuen"
  • Masao Tanaka --"Hiroshima Treatment Education Academy" ("Roppongi Academy")
  • Jitaro Suzuki --Standardized intelligence test.
  • Kenji Takagi --Father of education for physically handicapped children (father of welfare for physically handicapped people)
  • Kuraji Ishikawa --Japanese training Make blind spots.
  • Nobuhachi Konishi --A pioneer in education for children with disabilities.Exchange education.
  • Ishii Fudeko --Facility for children with disabilities
  • Suzuki Hyōhei --Activities to popularize guide dogs.Education for the visually impaired.

Modern educators (Japan)

Educational administration

  • Akito Arima --Former Minister of Education, Former President of the University of Tokyo.
  • Koichiro Aino --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Kazuaki Ashizawa ――He has served as chairman of the Bunkyo Kyoiku committee.
  • Kazuhisa Arita --Has been a member of the Education Committee.
  • Chozo Akiyama --He has served as the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Daisuke Akita --He has served as Deputy Secretary of State for Science and Technology, the Education Committee of the House of Representatives, the Social Labor Relations Commission, and the Foreign Affairs Committee.
  • Ibuki civilization ――I served as the chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Kosuke Ito ――Has served as the chairman of the education committee.
  • Shinichi Isa --Former science and technology bureaucrat.Member of the House of Representatives belonging to the Komeito (4th term).He served as Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Finance.
  • Ishii Michiko --He has served as the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Ryozo Ishibashi --He has served as the chairman of the Hiroshima Prefectural Assembly Education Committee.
  • Ikuko Ishii --Member, pedagogue,Japan Communist PartyVice Chairman
  • Osamu Inaba --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Hiroyuki Uchida --Course and bureaucrats.Mayor of Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture (1st term).He has served as Director of the Education Reform Promotion Office of the Ministry of Education, Director and Secretary General of Fukushima University, and Director of the Institute for Regional Promotion Strategy, East Japan International University.
  • Saburo Oka (Member of the House of Councilors) --Chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee
  • Ono Motoyuki --A bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, a visiting professor at Kansai University.Visiting professor at Doshisha University.He has served as the first Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the Chairman of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.He is also the Deputy President of Josai University, the President of the Panasonic Education Foundation, and the President of the School Accounting Study Group.
  • Torao Obi - School group systemImplement
  • Hajime Ogawa --Chairman of the Ministry of Education and a member of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Kiyoko Ono --Chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.Former gymnast.
  • Sukeji Soma --He has served as chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Tonosuke Otani ――I was the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Yasuo Otsubo ――I was the chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Yoshihisa Oshima ――I was the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Tomoji Oshima --He has served as the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Chikage Ogi --He has served as chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Toshihisa Kaneda --He has served as chairman of the general affairs education committee.
  • Masao Kono --He has served as a member of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Fumishige Kataoka ――I served as a director of the Social Labor Relations Commission, a director of the Budget Committee, a member of the Finance Committee, and a member of the education committee.
  • Masahide Katayama --He has served as the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • --Former Japanese language teacher.Secretary General of National High School Japanese Language Education and Research Association
  • Tsuneaki Kawamura --MEXT bureaucrat, former Commissioner for Cultural Affairs.Deputy Director General of the Minister's Secretariat (in charge of the Education Grant Bureau), Deputy Director General, Director of the International Bureau of Science, Director of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Director of the National Museum of Nature and Science, President of the Japan Ikueikai, President of Kanagawa Prefectural College of Foreign Studies, etc.
  • Isao Kiso --Bureaucrat, President of Chiba Institute of Science and Director of Kakei Gakuen.Served as Chief of Vocational Education Division, Elementary and Secondary Education Bureau, Ministry of Education
  • Fumitake Kishida --Chief of the Education Committee
  • Shigeharu Kuroiwa --He has served as a member of the House of Representatives Education Committee.
  • Takeo Kubo ――Chairman of the party political meeting education committee.
  • Tadaharu Kuno --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Iwao Kudo --Chairman of the Education Committee when he was a member of the House of Representatives
  • Azuma Koshiishi --Former elementary school teacher.He has been a member of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Tsuneji Sasaki --He has served as chairman of the Security Education Committee.
  • Kanjiro Sato --Chairman of the House of Representatives Education Committee
  • Michita Sakata --He has served as chairman of the House of Representatives Education Committee.
  • Sakamoto Sanjuji --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Susumu Saito ――Has served as chairman of the life education committee.
  • Junzo Sasamori --Inaugurated as Chairman of the Education Committee and Chairman of the All Japan Student Kendo Federation.
  • Hirofumi Shimomura --He has served as chairman of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly Welfare Education Committee.
  • Keiji Shibuya --Chairmanship of city council steering committee, general affairs education committee, budget special committee, etc.
  • Shibuya Naozo --He has served as the chairman of the House of Representatives Education Committee.
  • Kayoko Shimizu --Deputy Minister of Labor, Chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee, etc.
  • Toshihide Kiyosawa --He has served as the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Kenji Sugagawa ――In the Diet, he has served as a member of the Budget Committee of the House of Councilors and a member of the Education Committee.
  • Shigeru Suganami ――In addition to the Deputy Secretary of State for Environment and Labor, he has served as Chairman of the House of Representatives Education Committee.
  • Masami Zeniya --Ministry of Education, 4th Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.Director of the Tokyo National Museum.
  • Seiko Masataka --He has served as the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Tokuji Tokonaka --He has served as the chairman of the education committee.
  • Ichiro Takahashi (Member of the House of Representatives) --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Saburo Takami --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Yuko Takasaki --He has served as a member of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Tomoharu Tazawa --He has served as the chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Masami Tanaka --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Terawaki Lab --Professor of Uryuyama Gakuen Kyoto University of the Arts (formerly Kyoto University of the Arts), Director of Uryuyama Gakuen.Director of Korea International School.Film critic.One of the Yutori education promoters who was in charge of public relations for Yutori education when he was a bureaucrat.Former MEXT bureaucrat
  • Keiji Terazawa --A former bureaucrat of the Ministry of Education, he was active in the field of industrial education and industry-academia collaboration.
  • Tsutomu Tomioka --He has served as the chairman of the Education Committee in the prefectural assembly.
  • Sadaichi Toyose --Chairman of the Socialist Party's Education Department, a member of the Diet's measures, a director of the House of Councilors' Education Committee, etc.
  • Yukio Nakagawa --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Councilors.
  • Michio Nagai --Former Minister of Education
  • Hiroyoshi Nishi ――I was the chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Koji Futada --Chairman of Education
  • Kengo Futatsugi --Chairman of the Education Committee
  • Kaku Nohara ――I belonged to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Committee, etc.
  • Kenzaburo Noguchi ――Has served as a member of the Education Committee.
  • Shinakichi Nomoto --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Councilors.
  • Shigejiro Tosaka --He has served as chairman of the House of Representatives Education Committee.
  • Kunio Hatoyama --Former Minister of Education
  • Tamotsu Hasegawa --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Tamotsu Hasegawa --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Kumiko Bando --MEXT bureaucrats and bureaucrats.He has served as Deputy Director General of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and Secretary of the Consumer Affairs Agency.He also serves on the board of Save the Children Japan.
  • Hideki Hayashida --He has served as Director of the Academic International Bureau of the Ministry of Education and Daio Tomiya.
  • Keigi Furuya --He has served as chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Masayuki Fujio ――He has served as chairman of the Education Committee, chairman of the Japan Business Administration Association, and chairman of the House of Representatives since 1976.
  • Nobuto Hosaka --Member, internal report trial
  • Toshio Horiuchi --Inaugurated as Chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Councilors.
  • Masahiko Horie --Efforts to establish the Japan-Malaysia International Institute of Technology (MJIIT), which provides Japanese-style engineering education as a diplomat
  • Isao Matsuura --He has served as chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Nobutaka Machimura --Former Minister of Education
  • Yataro Mitsubayashi --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Miura Shumon --Former Chairman of the Education Course Council
  • Yasutaka Moriguchi --Former Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Chairman of Science and Technology Public Relations Foundation, Chairman of Japan Engineering Education Association
  • Chiyose Chiba ――He has served as a member of the education committee and chairman of the social labor committee.
  • Seiji Maehara ――He has served as a member of the education committee in addition to the welfare labor and environmental measures committee members.
  • Kenjiro Yamahara --In the Diet, he mainly belongs to the Education Committee.
  • Tatsuo Yamazaki --He has served as chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Shinichi Yamanaka --MEXT bureaucrat.President of Kadokawa Dwango Academy.He has served as Deputy Director of the Education Rebuilding Council, Director of Sports and Youth Bureau, and Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  • Yasuo Yanagisawa --Chairman of the House of Representatives Education Committee
  • Sadayoshi Hatta ――I was the chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Tetsuo Yagi ――I was the chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Hisashi Yasujima --MEXT bureaucrat, singer, pedagogue.Minister's Secretariat of the Ministry of Education, Director of Elementary and Secondary Education, Director of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, etc.
  • Yuki Akio --MEXT bureaucrat, President of Tomizawa Gakuen School Corporation.He also served as Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and became president of Yamagata University after his retirement.
  • Isamu Yuyama --From the Japan Faculty and Staff Political Federation.He has served as chairman of the House of Councilors Education Committee.
  • Nobuyuki Hanashi --Chairman of the House of Representatives Education Committee
  • Shinge Yoshida --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the Japan Association of City Mayors.
  • Muneharu Wada --In the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly, Vice Chairman of the Education Committee
  • Tsuruichi Wada --He has served as chairman of agriculture and forestry and chairman of education.
  • Noriaki Watase --He has served as a director of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.
  • Shoichi Watanabe --He has served as chairman of the Education Committee of the House of Representatives.

Scholars and researchers

Principal researcher in pedagogy

Researchers other than pedagogy

Education critic / journalist

Elementary, middle and high school school teachers

Vocational school teachers (vocational schools and miscellaneous schools)

Education of children with special needs (Handicapped child・ School refusal children, etc.)

  • Alphonse Daken --Death education,Thanatology..Professor at Sophia University.
  • Shunsuke Ito --Deaf educator.
  • Yoshie Otomo --Founder of Asunaro Gakuen, a social welfare corporation
  • Keiko Okuchi - Tokyo ShoeRepresentative
  • Tetsuto Kita - Kobe Seminarhead teacher.
  • Miki Sawada - Elizabeth Saunders HomeFounder of
  • Shinichi Suzuki --A practitioner of music education.Suzuki methoddevelopment of.
  • Sachiko Takahashi - Mizumizu's schoolFormer presidency
  • Kiyoshi Takahashi --Deaf educator.
  • Shigeru Tsujimoto --Deaf educator.
  • Toshiharu Takeuchi --Director, body and language lessons
  • Masatsune Tani - Hokkaido home schoolFormer principal
  • Hiroshi Totsuka - Totsuka Yacht SchoolFounder
  • Toshiko Toriyama --Presided over.
  • Tatsuu Fukui - Stop schoolDirector
  • Chiyo Maruyama --Deaf educator.
  • Mariko Miyagi -Singer,Nemunoki Gakuen
  • Takeo Muta - School refusal-Social withdrawalPractical and clinical research. NPO corporationEducation InstituteChairman.
  • Nishimoto Sequential - Psychiatrist.He was also involved in the education of infants and persons with disabilities through Montessori education.
  • Tatsuhiro Fujisaki --Montessori Education Teacher and Chairman of NPO.
  • Toshihiko Tabuchi ――I am a videographer and have a deep interest in Montessori education.
  • Chu Maki --The scriptwriter of Iwanami Productions.He is in charge of planning and writing many science education films.
  • Eiji Orii --Science educator.He has written many books such as scientific reading materials and picture books for children.
  • Naoya Shimazaki --Participation experience-based content planner / entertainer for children.Director of Children's Henteco Mahou Lab. Director of Saku Children's Future Museum since April 2016.
  • --Representative of the National Council on School Refusal / Truancy Issues.
  • --There are books such as "Truancy Children Who Became University Professors" (Third Civilization Company, 1998).
  • Shoji Yamaki --Former pastor, university faculty member.The subjects I was in charge of at Shokei Gakuin University were social care, child care, social welfare, and consultation support.His predecessor, Hirosaki Gakuin University, was in charge of welfare for persons with disabilities.
  • Kosuke Yoshie --Chairman of the House of Representatives Education and Science Committee.Chief Academic Director of Hokkaido Arts High School. Special adviser who does not give up NPO corporation. Known by the nickname of "Yankee-sensei".
  • Keisuke Hirose --When Mayor Neyagawa introduced a "selective school attendance system" that allows elementary and junior high school students to choose whether to attend school or online according to the wishes of each family.
  • Honest Shibahashi --When the mayor of Gifu, a special school for junior high school students who did not attend school was opened.
  • Yuriko Nagata --A large number of books on school refusal, bullying, and misconduct as an educational critic.
  • Ikuko Ishii --A pedagogue and politician with many books on school refusal, bullying, and misconduct.
  • Saito Tamaki --A psychiatrist and a leader in withdrawal measures
  • --Professor and Montessori Educator at Elisabeth University of Music
  • Tsuzumi Tsuneyoshi --Translation and writing of Montessori pedagogy, establishment of the Institute for Early Childhood Education and the attached "Tsukimigaoka Children's House" Montessori education practice started.
  • --The director of Yokohama Kajiyama Montessori School.
  • Kashiwa Sato - Fuji KindergartenServed as the director of.
  • Tomoko Shirai --Innovation lab co-representative, Hatachi Foundation representative director, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology free school review meeting member
  • Yuji Arai --Established "Support Academy" and "Shinkai Preparatory School" for high school exams, as well as presided over by Free School Yugaku (Shinkai Co., Ltd.).
  • Yoshiomi Takahashi --Refusal to attend school Director, Institute of Cultural Medicine, clinical psychologist, veterinarian, pastor.
  • Marehisa Ishii --Writer, marriage counselor, pastor, founder / principal of free school "Terakoya Gakuen"
  • Takahiro Matsumoto ――He is also a public relations ambassador for Hello Work of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, a director of the NPO "Baby Family Support Team", and a principal of "Kokoro", a free school for elementary and junior high school students.
  • Kentaro Hayase ――Established a cram school for deaf people and became the head of the cram school. He is also a lecturer at Otsuka Deaf School in Tokyo and a director of the non-profit organization "Smile Free School".
  • Kumiko Hayashi --Deputy Secretary-General of the Parliamentary Union that promotes inclusive education, Secretary-General of the Parliamentary Union such as Free Schools, etc.
  • Michio Saito (reporter) ――Reports on deaf education and serves as the representative of the founder's association of the school corporation establishment of the free school Ryuko Gakuen.
  • Watanabe ――After retiring from Kounodai Hospital as a child psychiatrist, he was active mainly in Tokyo Schule, writing and giving lectures on school refusal and educational issues.

More informations

  • Satoru Shima --Medical scientist, psychiatrist.His field of study is the mental health of workers
  • Yoshiomi Tamai -"Ashinaga Scholarship SocietyFounder / Chairman, "ShinjukuFounder / President
  • Haruhisa Handa -"Misuzu GakuenFounder / Dean of Gakuen, President / Professor of Cambodia University
  • Yuzo Murakami --After being a high school teacher, a preparatory school approved by the Governor of Hyogo Prefecture (later a school corporation)Kobe SeminarFounded
  • Yoshihiro Okada - Spartan typePrivate school advocating educational techniques "Okada JukuPresided over
  • Kanji Ishizumi --WesternBoarding schoolSurvey, presided over by a study abroad support NPO
  • Ken Yasuo --Language natural science educator.
  • Kiyoshi Kawakatsu - educator.Former president of Hinomoto Gakuen.His research fields are science education and pedagogy.
  • Hideto Furuoka - GakkenFounder.He is the chairman of the Furuoka Scholarship Society.
  • Yamazaki Teiichi ――Contributing to the industrialization of ferrite cores, making a great contribution to the development of researchers and engineers and the development of science and technology, as well as the establishment of the Natural Science Education Promotion Association.
  • Imasaki Hantaro ――As a village mayor, you can also change the consciousness of the villagers and educate fisheries.
  • Kimiko Matsumoto - Kimiko methodArt education is known.
  • Sadajiro Kubo --Although an art critic, he is a leader of the creative art education movement for elementary and junior high school students.
  • Motojiro Kuribayashi --Agricultural educator in Hokkaido.Founder of Hachiko Gakuen, an agricultural vocational school.
  • Miki Watanabe --Chairman and principal of Ikubunkan Yume Gakuen.
  • Soichiro Fukutake --Charity activist.Honorary Advisor to Benesse Holdings.
  • Tetsuhiko Fukutake --Founder of Fukutake Bookstore (currently Benesse Corporation, Benesse Holdings) that succeeded in Shinkenzemi
  • Tetsuya Torii --The owner of the school corporation Mihashi Gakuen "Natsumidai Kindergarten / Nursery School".
  • Kumi Imamura --Social entrepreneur.Founder and representative director of the certified NPO Katariba.
  • Ugawa Noboru ――He served as the president of the Makikeikai, the president of the school corporation Toin Gakuen, the president of the school corporation Toin Gakuen, the president of Toin Yokohama University, and the first principal of the LDP Kanagawa Political College.
  • Tomoaki Yoshida ――Founder of tutoring school standard, representative of SC Holdings Co., Ltd.
  • Tatsuro Mizuno --A home education advisor, a counselor specializing in school refusal support, and the founder of the Home Education Support Center Parents Camp.
  • Masashi Kitayama --The founder and chief advisor of Eikoh, Inc., which manages the Eikoh Seminar.
  • Hideki Tsuda --Exam researcher.He developed and published a method for solving multiple choice problems with only choices.
  • Yoshie Otomo --Founder and former president of social welfare corporation.poet.She concentrates on educating children with intellectual disabilities.
  • Sayaka Kobayashi (Billigal) ――A woman who was the subject and main character in "A story about a grade-billi girl who increased the deviation value by 1 in one year and passed the active duty at Keio University" (commonly known as a billi-gal).
  • Masaya Kobayashi (Business Educator) --A management consultant specializing in education school business, and CEO of Education School Business Institute.
  • Ikuko Toyota --The principal of Toyoda Gakuen, a school corporation in Gifu City.
  • Jun Tachibana --Visiting Professor of BYU Provo, Director of Right Brain Education Institute.
  • Tadashi Yoshimasa --Education in the IT industry.Representative Director of PHP Engineer Certification Corporation for PHP
  • Satoshi Nojima ――After dropping out of Kyushu University graduate school, started a personal project "My Mai Plan" with the theme of familiar nature.
  • Yoshio Shimoide --Organized the Daido Industrial Education Foundation.
  • Yobinori Takumi ――Distributor of video explaining university mathematics and physics


Preparatory school instructors, etc.
  • Kenzo Ohashi - Sundai Preparatory SchoolPart-time lecturer in the Department of Chemistry
  • Hayashi Osamu --Preparatory school instructor, talent.Toshin High School / Toshin Satellite Preparatory School Japanese Language Department Full-time Lecturer.
  • Tetsushi Murase --Toshin High School / Toshin Satellite Preparatory School Geography Lecturer.She is also active as a talent.
  • Shosuke Hayashi --University professor, politician.He is a former member of the House of Representatives (1st term) and also a preparatory school instructor.
  • Mitsuhiro Muroi --In addition to novelists and literary critics, he has also served as a preparatory school instructor.
  • Hiroki Hagino ――Waseda Preparatory School instructor (English) has also served.
  • Yukio Kikuchi --I have been a lecturer for many years at the Tatsumi Law Institute, a bar examination prep school.
  • Harukichi Kitamura ――In addition to the principal of the old vocational school and soccer player, he has also served as a preparatory school instructor.
  • Tadashi Sato --Education critic and former preparatory school instructor.Former visiting professor at Takushoku University.His nickname is "Kinpika-sensei".
  • Oda Minoru ――In addition to writers and political activists, he has also served as a preparatory school instructor.
  • Kazuichi Iijima - Novelist.In addition to being a junior high school teacher, he has also served as a preparatory school instructor.
  • Takayuki Kan ――In addition to writing activities, there is also a preparatory school instructor.
  • Akiyama Jin --Commonly known as "Professor Reggae".He used to be a preparatory school teacher at Sundai Preparatory School.
  • Kunio Suzuki --Political activist, Honorary Advisor of "Issuikai", thinker, writer, professional wrestling critic, but also Kawaijuku instructor.
  • Kazuo Ito --Preparatory school instructor.He served as a full-time teacher of English at Sundai Preparatory School for about 30 years.
  • Ryue Tsukimura ――Become a novelist after working as a preparatory school instructor and a screenwriter.
  • Shunichiro Kanaya --History commentator, preparatory school instructor.Toshin High School / Toshin Satellite Preparatory School Japanese History Lecturer.Representative Director of Japan Promotion Organization.
  • Mitsuaki Asaba - critic.Presided over by the invisible university Honpo.He has also served as a preparatory school instructor.
  • Kaichi Ito ――After working as a lecturer at Nagata Juku of Tatsuzo Nagata and a prep school teacher at Toshin High School, Shuei Preparatory School, Shuei BBS (Broadband School), etc.
  • Makoto Ito (lawyer) --The head of Ito Juku, a qualification examination prep school.Lawyer (Hogakukan Law Office).
  • Kyoji Watanabe --In addition to an intellectual historian, historian, and critic, he has also served as a preparatory school instructor.
  • Mitsuo Sekii --Literary critic.He served as a lecturer in charge of modern writing at Waseda Preparatory School.
  • Takahiko Soejima - Writer.He presides over the Soejima National Strategic Research Institute (SNSI).Former Yoyogi Seminar instructor.
  • Satoru Ito --Critique, multi-activist, radio personality, writer.He has also served as a high school teacher and a preparatory school teacher.
  • Kyoji Nishi --Preparatory school instructor.Former Yoyogi Seminar English Department Lecturer, Former Toshin High School / Former Toshin Satellite Preparatory School English Department Lecturer.
  • Nakajima Yoshimichi ――In addition to philosophers and writers, he has also served as a preparatory school instructor.
  • Yuichi Yoshikawa --Citizen activist and translator.Former English teacher (preparatory school teacher / vocational school teacher)
  • Jiro Nomura (journalist) --Judiciary journalist.He also served as a lecturer at the Waseda Seminar Media Course.
  • Yoshitaka Yamamoto ――In addition to researchers, as a preparatory school instructor, he has been a physics instructor at Sundai Preparatory School for over 30 years.
  • Masashi Nishida (preparatory school instructor)
  • Shuhei Kosaka - critic.Zenkyoto activist.Lecturer at Sundai Preparatory School Thesis Department.
  • Yasuhiro Hiyama --A former professional baseball player (pitcher) who is currently a judicial scrivener and a full-time lecturer at Waseda Seminar.
  • Takayuki Shibata --Mie Prefecture Komono Mayor, lawyer, bar examination prep school instructor.
  • Hiroshi Deguchi --Preparatory school instructor, businessman.
  • Ryosuke Nagaoka (mathematician) --Mathematics educator.Former preparatory school instructor and organizer of "TECUM, an organization that supports motivated young mathematics educators."
  • Motoyoshi Irifuji - philosopher.Former prep school instructor.
  • Masahiro Hosono --Economic commentator and film critic.Presided over Hosono's Super School.Originally, he is famous for math reference books and math learning guidance for university entrance exams.
  • Taketomo Takahashi --French scholar and translator.Chairman of the Japan War Dead Student Memorial Association (Wadatsumi Association).Former prep school instructor.
  • Sugisaki --Movie director, screenwriter, broadcast writer, lyricist, composer, radio personality, businessman, former politician, director of Yotsuya Medical School, School of Medicine.
  • Shigeo Sawai --Writer, critic, essayist, Italian Renaissance literary and cultural researcher.Former prep school instructor.
  • Yoko Kato --Historian.Former prep school instructor.
  • Shigeo Iwasaki - lawyer.Former preparatory school instructor and full-time instructor at LEC Tokyo Legal Mind
  • Go Makino --Critique, preparatory school instructor
  • Mutsumi Kamiyama --Literary critic.After the Zenkyoto activity, he opened a private cram school, but while standing at the preparatory school, he engaged in thought and critique activities in the field.
  • Yoshinori Akimoto --A national scholar.Former Sundai Preparatory School Ancient Literature Lecturer.Former Lecturer of Emile Ancient Literature Department, University of Tokyo.

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