Building No. 1 (Management Training Classrooms)
Esor Kaikan (Health and Welfare Facility)
Golf practice area
Oshamambe City is right in the middle of Sapporo and Hakodate. Cradled by mountains in three directions and the Uchiura Bay (Volcano Bay) on the fourth side, dairy farming, forestry, and scallop fishing are among the area's growth industries.
The region experiences especially heavy snow, and has an average winter temperature below zero degrees Celsius.
There are local events held in the parks, and camp sites in the vast wilderness that allow visitors to enjoy the four seasons to the fullest. The many hot springs in town can easily be reached by foot from Oshamambe station.
The Hokkaido Oshamambe campus is situated in the majestic natural landscape that lies in the shadow of Mt. Yotei. Students can work on laying their academic foundations while building relationships and moving towards their personal goals, spurred by an ideal atmosphere of friendly competition.
A new women's dormitory and laboratory building were completed in the 2008 academic year. First year students in the Faculty of Industrial Science and Technology (1st year only) learn through the residential program here. The educational system at Oshamambe has also been adopted as the current Good Practice by the Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and allows students to develop flexibility and sensitivity through a range of valuable experiences including various types of research tours, agricultural work, and community interaction.
102-1 Tomino, Oshamambe-cho, Yamakoshi-gun, Hokkaido \ 049-3514
Located a 15-minute walk or 5-minute drive from Oshamambe Station, accessible via the JR Hakodate Line.