The early years The History of Our Foundation
The early years1912-1925
Professor Takasaburou Goto establishes the first school of electricity in the Chubu region to meet Japan’s growing need for electrical engineers.
- Nagoya Training School of Electricity
- Nagoya Denki Educational Foundation
- High school
- Aichi Institute of Technology Meiden High School
- Junior high school
- Aichi Institute of Technology Meiden Junior High School
- Junior college
- Junior College of Aichi Institute of Technology
- Aichi Institute of Technology
- Vocational college
- Aichi Institute of Technology Communications and Electronics
- Founding of Nagoya Training School of Electricity announced.
Founder: Takasaburo Goto
- Classes start at Nagoya Training School of Electricity.
Master：Takasaburo Goto (Founder)
- Three-year curriculum term established (two-year preparatory program and one-year regular program) in accordance with revised school regulations, day and night school classes established.
Principal (1st) Soutato Inaba
- School flag constituted. (manufactured by Ito Gofuku, forerunner of Matsuzakaya)
- High school program (six-month term) created to follow the regular program.
- School moved from Gonokiri Yaba-cho to 3-3 Shinsakae-machi in Naka-ku, Nagoya (to the southwest of the modern-day Chubu Electric Power headquarters). Site and building purchased from the old national communications training school.
- Nagoya Training School of Electricity renamed Nagoya Electricity School.
Principal (2nd) Takasaburo Goto
- Founder and headmaster Takasaburou Goto passes away (January 30) and is succeeded by Koji Goto
- Principal (3rd) Hanshiro Yagi