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<Kagurazaka Buildings>

  1. 1
    Building No. 1
  2. 2
    Building No. 2
  3. 3
    Building No. 3
  4. 4
    Building No. 5 (Research Institute for Chemistry and Related Disciplines and Kagurazaka Gymnasium)
  5. 5
    Building No. 6
  6. 6
    Building No. 7
  7. 7
    Building No. 8
  8. 8
    Building No. 9
  9. 9
    Building No. 10
  10. 10
    Building No. 11
  11. 11
    Building No. 11 Annex
  12. 12
    Futaba Building (First floor: Center for University Entrance Examinations)
  13. 13
    The Museum of Science, TUS (Futamura Memorial Hall) & Mathematical Experience Plaza
  14. 14
    Morito Memorial Hall
  15. 16
    Professional Graduate School (MOT)
  16. 17
    Fujimi Building

<Iidabashi Central Plaza>

  1. 15
    Professional Graduate School (MIP)
  • Building No.1・7・9

    Building No.1・7・9

  • Building No.2 Classroom

    Building No.2 Classroom

  • Building No.5 (Research Institute for Chemistry and Related Disciplines and Kagurazaka Gymnasium)

    Building No.5 (Research Institute for Chemistry and Related Disciplines and Kagurazaka Gymnasium)

  • Building No.5 Lounge

    Building No.5 Lounge

  • Building No.5 Gymnasium

    Building No.5 Gymnasium

  • Futaba Building (First floor: Center for University Entrance Examinations)

    Futaba Building (First floor: Center for University Entrance Examinations)

  • The Museum of Science, TUS (Futamura Memorial Hall)

    The Museum of Science, TUS (Futamura Memorial Hall)

  • Mathematical Experience Plaza

    Mathematical Experience Plaza

  • Cafeteria

    Cafeteria

Town Information

Kagurazaka is a colorful and trendsetting town near Iidabashi Station in Tokyo. With many modern restaurants and cafes, this popular town presents a refined atmosphere. Maintaining a traditional Japanese atmosphere, the many French residents in this area lend the neighbourhood a taste of Europe.

Kagurazaka is also famous for one of the few gourmet dining districts of the Kanto region. Famous restaurants with long histories of luxurious traditional Japanese cuisine can be found here. You can enjoy a superlative dinner coupled with the company of geishas.

Campus

The Kagurazaka campus is located in the heart of Tokyo, making it convenient for commuting students but also providing easy access to the institutions and facilities students need to support their learning and research. The campus features a concentration of educational and research facilities and the rich university experiences available only to students in an urban setting. In addition, this downtown campus offers opportunities to experience the connections between academics and the community, with sophisticated professional educational opportunities; collaboration among government, business, and academic organizations; and enhanced support functions for startup companies.

Note:
The Department of Management Science in the Faculty of Engineering Division I, the Faculty of Engineering Division II (Department of Architecture, Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Management Science) and the Department of Management Science in the Graduate School of Engineering will move to Katsushika Campus in 2016.

Access

1-3 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8601 +81-3-3260-4271

Located three minutes' walk from Iidabashi Station, accessible via the JR Sobu Line, the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho, Tozai, and Namboku Lines, and the Toei Oedo Line.

■ From Narita Airport
Take the JR Narita Express train to Tokyo Station. Transfer to the JR Chuo Line (express), and take it to Ochanomizu Station. Transfer to the JR Sobu Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 1 hour 55 minutes.
■ From Haneda Airport
Take the Tokyo Monorail Line to Hamamatsucho Station. Transfer to the JR Yamanote Line / Keihin-Tohoku Line and take it to Akihabara Station. Transfer to the JR Sobu Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 45 minutes.
Take the Keikyu Line to Shinagawa Station. Transfer to the JR Yamanote Line / Keihin-Tohoku Line and take it to Akihabara Station. Transfer to the JR Sobu Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 45 minutes.
■ From Tokyo Station
Take the JR Chuo Line to Ochanomizu Station. Transfer to the JR Sobu Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 10 minutes.
■ From Ueno Station
Take the JR Yamanote Line to Akihabara Station. Transfer to the JR Sobu Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 12 minutes.
■ From Shinjuku Station
Take the JR Chuo Line to Yotsuya Station. Transfer to the JR Sobu Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 12 minutes.
■ From Omiya Station
Take the JR Saikyo Line to Ikebukuro Station. Transfer to the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 35 minutes.
■ From Yokohama Station
Take the JR Tokaido Line to Tokyo Station. Transfer to the JR Chuo Line and take it to Ochanomizu Station. Transfer to the JR Sobu Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 36 minutes.
■ From Kawagoe Station
Take the Tobu Tojo Line to Ikebukuro Station. Transfer to the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line and take it to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 40 minutes.
■ From Meguro Station
Take the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line to Iidabashi Station. Travel time: about 19 minutes.

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