Sagamihara Campus

Introduction of Sagamihara Campus

The expansive Sagamihara Campus, opened in 2003, is just a short train ride away from the center of Tokyo and close to Fuchinobe Station of the JR Yokohama Line. Nineteen buildings are placed far apart on a vast site with an area of approximately 160,000 square meters. Sagamihara Campus is home to two faculties providing undergraduate and graduate education: Science and Engineering, Social Informatics. Our new faculty, the School of Global Studies and Collaboration, provides undergraduate education exclusively. A total of about 4,200 students study here. One of its main features is that, as the campus is open to the local community, education and research are carried out in collaboration with local residents, companies and governments.

Address

5-10-1 Fuchinobe, Chuo-ku, Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa 252-5258, Japan
7 minutes' walk from Fuchinobe Station of the JR Yokohama Line

Wesley Chapel

Sagamihara Campus Building F (Classrooms, Lounge, International Exchange Center, Room for Lecturers) Sagamihara Campus Sagamihara Campus
Garden Wesley Chapel Sagamihara Campus Building B (Media Center, Mandai Memorial Library, Student Center, Office)
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Sagamihara Campus Building G (Cafeteria, Club Rooms) Garden Sagamihara Campus
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Access Map to Sagamihara Campus

7 minutes' walk from Fuchinobe Station of the JR Yokohama Line

Railroad Company Website

Sagamihara Campus Map

  1. Building A (Arena)
  2. Building B (Media Center, Mandai Memorial Library, Student Center, Office)
  3. Building C (Wesley Chapel)
  4. Building D (Classrooms, Rooms for Lecturers)
  5. Building E (Classrooms)
  6. Building F (Classrooms, Lounge, International Exchange Center, Room for Lecturers)
  7. Building G (Cafeteria, Club Rooms)
  8. Building H (Health Care Facilities)
  9. Building I (Large Scale Experiment Facilities)
  10. Building J (College of Science and Engineering, Experiment Rooms)
  1. Building K (Center for Advanced Technology (CAT))
  2. Building L (College of Science and Engineering, Experiment Rooms)
  3. Building M (Music Club Rooms, Practice Rooms, Training Hall)
  4. Building N (College of Science and Engineering, Information Science Research Center, Social Informatics Laboratory, Central Control Room)
  5. Building O (College of Science and Engineering, Special Classrooms)
  6. Building P (Indoor Practice Field)
  7. Building V (Stadium)
  8. Garden
  9. Ground