Tokyo University of Science opened its Katsushika Campus in April 2013. The campus houses educational and research activities for departmental groups with a focus on interdisciplinary research and community collaboration. In addition, the vast and spacious site of the new campus is integrated with plans for a park in Katsushika-ku, with an "academic park" design that includes a library, gymnasium, cafe, convention center, and other facilities. Positioned between the Kagurazaka and Noda campuses, the three campuses are working together to promote accelerated academic development as well as making significant social contributions.
6-3-1 Niijuku, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo 125-8585, Japan
Located an 8 minutes' walk from Kanamachi Station, accessible via the JR Joban Line (local service), which goes through to the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line and Keisei Kanamachi Line.
Katsushika is located in the northeast of Tokyo. The area is close to the Tokyo's new iconic tower "TOKYO SKYTREE". There are large parks such as Mizumoto Park, which is the only park with waterfront scenery in Tokyo, and gardens such as Horikiri Iris Garden as well as museums, and historic sites. The area is also known for remaining an old traditional atmosphere of Tokyo.
- Research Labs Building
- Lecture Hall Building
- Management Building
- Laboratories No.1
- Laboratories No.2