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PAX MUNDI PER LINGUAS (World Peace through Languages)

After World War II, university founders Ichiro Morita and Shizuko Morita believed that it was imperative for the realization of world peace that Japanese people acquire foreign language skills and deepen their understanding of the countries and regions where these languages are spoken.

Based on this conviction, they established a university in Kyoto, Japan's ancient capital.

Today, that university's motto, PAX MUNDI PER LINGUAS (World Peace through Languages), holds greater meaning than ever for achieving true understanding among the people of the world.

The university's motto encourages us to build a unique peace network by learning various different languages and cultures and promoting exchange with people around the world.

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