||Six members of Masao Furukawa, Sen Tsuda, Dr. G. Burchardt et al. organized a philanthropic society named Rakuzenkai to start on education of the deaf, dumb and blind.
||The Rakuzenkai established a “Kun-mou-jo” (Educational Center for the Blind).
||Renamed “Kun-mou-in” (Educational Institution for the Blind). Two blind
students entered in February, and an additional 5 blind students and 2 deaf students entered in June.
||Renamed “Kun-mou-a-in” (Educational Institution for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb).
||Moved to Sashigaya, Koishikawa in Tokyo.
||Renamed Tokyo School for the Deaf and Dumb.
||Moved to its current location, Kounodai in Ichikawa City.
||Renamed the National Education School for the Deaf affiliated with Tokyo University of Education.
||Became part of the Department of Education in Tokyo University of Education.
||Renamed School f o r the Deaf, University of Tsukuba.
||Renamed School for the Deaf, University of Tsukuba (National University Corporation)
||Renamed School for Special Needs Education School for the Deaf.