Aoyama Campus

Introduction of Aoyama Campus

The easily accessible Aoyama Campus is within walking distance from Omotesando Station of the Tokyo Metro and Shibuya Station of JR lines , Tokyu Line , Keio Line and Tokyo Metro. Aoyama Campus has been the main site of Aoyama Gakuin since its foundation and the home of a kindergarten, an elementary school, a junior and senior high school, a women's junior college, seven university faculties in the fields of arts/humanities and social sciences, and the Graduate School. A total of about 21,000 students study here.

Aoyama, located in the eastern part of Shibuya Ward near Minato Ward, is one of the most sophisticated areas in the 23 wards of Tokyo. In the vicinity, there is United Nations University and the embassies of various countries as well as facilities that produce advanced culture (Cultural Facilities in Aoyama/Omotesando, Roppongi). With redevelopment of the area proceeding apace, it has become a safer and more enjoyable town.

As shown by its former name of Midorigaoka, this area is characterized by its abundant greenery in spite of being located in the middle of the Tokyo metropolitan area. In the quiet campus extending over an area of 120,000 square meters, the tree-lined approach from the main gate and many trees near school buildings provide an enjoyable view of the changing seasons. The southern part near Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway No. 3, where the elementary school is located, is a particularly quiet spot, and in the neighborhood are located the Hitachinomiya Residence, Jissen Women's Educational Institute and Kokugakuin University.

In this favored environment, Aoyama Gakuin has been offering education based on the Christian faith for 140 years.

Address

4-4-25 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8366, Japan
10 minutes` walk from Shibuya Station of the JR Yamanote Line and Saikyo Line, the Tokyu Line, Keio Inokashira Line, etc.
5 minutes' walk from Omotesando Station of the Tokyo Metro (Ginza Line, Chiyoda Line and Hanzomon Line)

Majima Memorial Hall


Aoyama Campus


Aoyama Campus

Berry Hall Aoyama Campus Aoyama Campus Aoyama Campus
University Building 1 Berry Hall Aoyama Campus Aoyama Campus
Aoyama Campus Research Institute Building Aoyama Campus Aoyama Campus
Majima Memorial Hall Research Institute Building Majima Memorial Hall Aoyama Campus
Aoyama Campus Berry Hall Lighting of the Christmas tree ceremony Majima Memorial Hall
Graduation ceremony Graduation ceremony Majima Memorial Hall Aoyama Campus

Access Map to Aoyama Campus

10 minutes' walk from Shibuya Station of the JR Yamanote Line and Saikyo Line, the Tokyu Line, Keio Inokashira Line, etc.
5 minutes' walk from Omotesando Station of the Tokyo Metro (Ginza Line, Chiyoda Line and Hanzomon Line)

Railroad Company Website

Aoyama Campus Map

  1. University Building 1
  2. University Building 2
  3. University Building 3
  4. University Building 4
  5. University Building 5
  6. University Building 6
  7. University Building 7
  8. University Building 8
  9. University Building 9
  10. University Building 10
  1. University Building 11
  2. Research Institute Building (University Building 14)
  3. University Library
  4. Majima Memorial Hall
  5. Corporate Headquarters (Berry Hall)
  6. Aoyama Gakuin Memorial Hall (University Gymnasium)
  7. Wesley Hall
  8. Goucher Memorial Hall (University Building 15)
  9. University Building 16
  10. University Building 17

Cultural Facilities in Aoyama/Omotesando, Roppongi

You can enjoy a mixture of traditional and contemporary Japanese culture in the Aoyama/Omotesando, Roppongi area.

Shrine

Meiji Jingu

A Shinto Shrine located about 20 minutes' walk from campus.

Museums

Aoyama and Omotesando

National Children's Castle (Japanese Only)

A dedicated children's facility, the National Children's Castle also includes two theater spaces (Aoyama Theater and Aoyama Round Theater) and a hotel.

Tokyo Wonder Site Aoyama

Tokyo Wonder Site Aoyama is an art center dedicated to the creation and exhibition of Tokyo art and culture.

Spiral Hall

Spiral Hall is a mixed-use cultural facility featuring a gallery and multi-purpose hall as well as restaurants and bars.

Watari-um (Watari Museum of Contemporary Art) (Japanese Only)

Watari-um features exhibits curated by leading experts from around the world and at the same time provides a venue for the work of artists active in the international contemporary art scene.

Nezu Museum

Nezu Kaichiro's holdings of Japanese and other Asian pre-modern arts form the core of the museum collection.

Okamoto Taro Memorial Museum (Japanese Only)

Studio/home of Japanese artist Okamoto Taro open to public.

Ukiyoe Ota Memorial Museum

A collection of over 12,000 ukiyoe pieces on display.

Roppongi

National Art Center of Tokyo

The largest exhibition space in Japan, the National Art Center of Tokyo carries both special exhibits and displays of publicly solicited works rather than travelling collections.

Mori Art Museum

Located in Roppongi Hills, the Mori Art Museum has a strong focus on modern art and exhibits cutting-edge pieces from Asia and around the world.

Suntory Museum of Art (Japanese Only)

The Suntory Museum of Art boasts a collection of nearly 3,000 pieces, including national treasures and important cultural assets, with core exhibits featuring Japanese art.

Commercial complex

Shibuya Hikarie

A new 34-floor commercial complex near Shibuya Station, includes cultural facilities, shops, restaurants and much more, as well as a musical theater.