Entry to Campus for Visitors

When entering the campus, please follow the procedures at the gatehouse of the main gate and observe the following rules.

Prohibited Activities

  • Entering any buildings including classrooms and sports facilities without permission (except for west cafeteria, west bakery shop, and west shop in west plaza and east cafeteria in east plaza
  • Interfering with the educational and research activity, such as disturbing a quiet environment
  • Interfering with the commuting of our faculty, students and staff
  • Entering with pets(except for assistance dogs)
  • Taking photos or videos for commercial use without permission
  • Distributing fliers
  • Public gatherings or speeches
  • Picking or damaging plants and capturing or killing animals
  • Flying small unmanned aircrafts such as drones
  • Activities that may cause disturbance to the surrounding area, such as playing ball games
  • Use of fire
  • Notes

  • All visitors must follow the instructions of faculty, staff and security guards.
  • Please take your trash with you.
  • No smoking allowed on the campus.
  • No vehicles including motorcycles and electric scooters are allowed on campus.
  • Photography for personal use are allowed, however, you are not allowed to use the pictures for commercial purpose without permission. For further information, please contact Public Relations Division.
  • Please use the restrooms designated for visitors. Please check the map .
  • Please refrain from using west cafeteria, west bakery shop, and west shop in west plaza and east cafeteria in east plaza . during the busy period (12:30-13:15) when students are using.
  • We do not take any responsibility or liability for any troubles, damages, loss while on the campus.
  • For Preventing of spread of new coronavirus infection

  • Refrain from any activities that may increase the risk of infection.
  • Wash your hands and practice good coughing etiquette.
  • Keep social distance.
  • Do not visit if you feel unwell or are experiencing symptoms such as a fever, coughing or extreme exhaustion.
  • Read more about Infection Prevention by MHLW .
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