|Real name||Nozawa Serizawa|
|Birthplace||Ishitogayacho (now Hanamaki City)|
I read "Western circumstances" of Yukizawa Fukuzawa and became a part of Western culture, and when I was 31 years old, I went to Los Angeles as an engineer of the Kamaishi mine and a maid of the Basel family, and later studied independently in English to study in San Francisco. After returning to Japan, she entered Doshisha Women's School and was devoted to girls' education such as teaching at Toyo English-Wajing Academy. She went to Korea in 1905 (Meiji 38), and established the Ming Shin Women's School (which was later renamed the Meimei Women's High School) the following year, and her enthusiasm for women's education was also appreciated in the local area and South Korea. Be supported by school grounds and funds. He died at the age of 87 in 1936 (Showa 11). Her established school is still producing many human resources as a prestigious private school.