学校法人成徳学園 神戸龍谷中学校高等学校

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History

While exploring the Silk Road at the start of the 20th century, Kozui Otani, the 22nd leader of Nishi-Honganji temple, founded two schools in eastern Kobe: Nirakuso and Muko Junior High School. The history of Kobe Ryukoku begins with Seitoku Jissen Girl’s School, founded by Minori Enomura in 1926. Greatly influenced by Otani’s global mindset, Enomura imitated the model of Muko Junior High School. Over 90 years later, Kobe Ryukoku continues to stand by tradition while pursuing global-minded education to foster leaders for a new age.

The School Motto [Wagen Aigo]

“A kind face and kind words” is the meaning of the school motto.
The spirit of the foundation of the Buddhist teaching and
the educational goal that runs through Kobe Ryukoku’s educational approach.

Educational Goals

  1. Character-building:
    To encourage a deep understanding of the value of life.
  2. Knowledge of nature:
    To ascertain the importance of living together in harmony with all things.
  3. Global education:
    To cultivate a mind of universal kinship though hands-on exposure to international perspectives while respecting the culture of Japan.

学校法人 成徳学園 神戸龍谷中学校・高等学校

青谷学舎

〒651-0051 兵庫県神戸市中央区神仙寺通1-3-8
TEL:078-241-6417 
FAX:078-241-6386

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本学舎

〒651-0052 兵庫県神戸市中央区中島通5-3-1
TEL:078-241-0076 
FAX:078-241-5546

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