Tokyo Women's Normal School, Japan‘s first institute of higher education for women and the predecessor of Ochanomizu University, opens in Ochanomizu, Tokyo (now Yushima, Bunkyo-ku)
The school produces its first graduating class of 15 students
School buildings are destroyed by fire during the Great Kanto Earthquake
The school moves into new buildings at the present location (Otsuka, Bunkyo-ku)
Ochanomizu University is established as a women‘s university with a Faculty of Letters, a Faculty of Science and Home Economics
Graduate School of Home Economics (master's program) is established
Graduate School of Humanities and Science (doctoral program) is established
Faculty of Home Economics is reorganized into the Faculty of Human Life and Environmental Sciences.
Master's research courses in humanities, science, and home economics are reorganized into the Graduate School of Humanities and Science (master's program with 6 divisions).
According to the National University Corporation Law, Ochanomizu University becomes a national university corporation.
Strengthening Education and Research through Reorganization of the Graduate School.