大阪市内1(Aria of kitaku in osaka city、大阪市生野区エリア)~獣医学系の源流~

The history of Osaka Prefecture University can be traced back as far as 1883
when Juigaku-Koshujo (獣医学講習所) was established.

獣医学講習所が設置されていた府立大阪医学校があった付近

The area around Furitsu-Osaka-Igakko (府立大阪医学校), which housed Juigaku-Koshujo (獣医学講習所)

大阪府立農学校(勝山時代)の西洋風本館。

The western-style main building of Osaka-Furitsu-Nogakko (大阪府立農学校) on Okachiyama

大阪府立農学校跡

Osaka-Furitsu-Nogakko (大阪府立農学校) used to be on this site.

In the Meiji period (1868-1912), veterinAreans were trained with three objectives in mind: maintaining the military horses of the army; maintaining the health of working animals; and developing a modern livestock industry.

Agricultural schools were established from 1868 onwards nationwide including Sapporo-Nogakko (札幌農学校) and Komaba-Nogakko (駒場農学校). In Osaka, Juigaku-Koshujo (獣医学講習所) was established inside Furitsu-Osaka-Igakko (府立大阪医学校) in 1883 as a training institution for veterinAreans in Kita-ku, Osaka city. Those aged 17 years old or older were eligible to enter the school and two years were required for graduation. Juigaku-Koshujo (獣医学講習所) was later taken over by the veterinArean department of Osaka-Furitsu-Nogakko (大阪府立農学校) established in 1888. Two years later, Osaka-Furitsu-Nogakko (大阪府立農学校) moved to new school buildings in Tsuruhashi-mura, Higashinari-gun in Osaka city (current Ikuno-ku, Osaka city). The Western-style new main building was particularly noticeable. The school on the new campus was also called Kachiyama Nogakko (勝山農学校).

Furitsu-Osaka-Igakko (府立大阪医学校), which originally housed Juigaku-Koshujo (獣医学講習所), is the predecessor of the medical department of Osaka-Teikoku-Daigaku (大阪帝国大学) (the current Faculty of Medicine at Osaka University). This shows that the higher education institutions in Osaka have been closely connected to each other over their histories.

North Osaka,2
Osaka city,2

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