Bunka Fashion College was founded in 1923 as the first dressmaking school in Japan. Since then, Bunka has had a significant role in fashion education in Japan. Its original, specialized and practical curriculum adapts to the changes in a diversified industry, and it continues to cultivate fashion professionals who can easily adapt to the modern fashion industry.
Bunka Fashion College's campus comprises of a 21 storey building located in the middle of Shinjuku. Its diverse facilities such as fashion and design related library, costume museum, resource center, and mass production room provides students with a wealth of information and learning experiences which contributes towards developing their creative ability.
The number of Bunka alumni has surpassed 300,000 over the course of its history and it has produced many great designers such as Jun Takahashi (Undercover), Yohji Yamamoto and Takada Kenzo.
The Marronnier College of Fashion Design is one of the most traditional fashion colleges in Japan, founded in 1949. Since its foundation, a large number of the graduates have been on the front line of the fashion industry. These remarkable achievements have made the school highly trusted within the fashion industry.
Our school offers each and every student an environment where they can develop their own individuality and creativity. Here at the college, we strive to give students the tools to productively and innovatively contribute to their field and to greater society.
Osaka Institute of Fashion wAS founded in 1946, and is considered as one of the most advanced and leading fashion institutes in Japan.
Currently approx. 650 students are registered. Since their foundation, many graduates are serving as designers, pattern drafters and many other fashion related jobs at almost all the major Japanese apparel companies, such as Issey Miyake , Keita Maruyama ,Mihara Yasuhiro and others.