Campus Life

Club/Circle Activities

Educational and Recreational Facilities

     The “university grand hall” and the “club activity building” are facilities where students can enjoy and deepen exchange among themselves as well as with their teaching staff. On the ground floor of the “university grand hall” there is a cafeteria style restaurant and a relaxation area; the floor can also be used as a party venue. The grand hall on the second floor offers 474 seats and is used for a variety of events.
     In the “club activity building” are there club/circle rooms, music and dance practice rooms, a tea room, and a student common room. The student dining hall and the tea room overlooking the Japanese garden and the forum’s interlocking pavement show an appearance befitting a place of communication between students and faculty.
     There is also a gymnastic hall called “Sports Cube”, where a variety of indoor sports can be enjoyed, and a sports gym annexed to the hall serves as a place for students to refresh themselves and to maintain their physical health by various sports machines and kits.

Club/Circle Activities

     Regarding clubs and circles, students plan, prepare and run activities by themselves. Through these activities, students cultivate themselves with a healthy mind and body. By taking part in these club activities, students can communicate and interact with each other and obtain friends for life.

Arts related Clubs and Circles

*circles

Ura senke Tea Club Fine Arts Club Literary Art Club Omote senke Tea Club
Work Camp
(Social Welfare Volunteers)
ESS
(English Speaking Society)
Mandolin Club Environmental Science Club
Hobby Crafts Club Japanese Language Education FUN
(corporate data collection)
Eating Shoku-Bo-net
(Food Education Volunteers)
Photography Club Broadcast Circle Aloe (Nutrition Related) JaM Bang!
 (Instrumental performance)
Calligraphy Nagomi (Koto, Noh) Sugar Road (English) CROC’Z (World Heritage Tour)*
Ecorche
(Environmental Activities club)
With
(Disaster relief volunteer club)*
Plus 1(qualifications)* Study for TOW
 (Education Support Volunteers)*
HI-FIVE (International Exchange)* Chorus Joint Club*    
  • Mandolin Club
    Mandolin Club
  • Tea Club
    Tea Club
  • Shoku-Bo-net
    Shoku-Bo-net
Physical Exercise Clubs

*circles

Volleyball Badminton Japanese Archery
Folk Dance Club Dance Club Hapigola(dance)
Umi BOUZ (scuba diving) SISTERS (basketball) Track and Field
Manneri Jidai(dance) Pot pourri(volleyball)*  
  • Japanese Archery
    Japanese Archery
  • Umi BOUZ (scuba diving)
    Umi BOUZ (scuba diving)
  • Badminton
    Badminton
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