Yoyogi campus was designed by Mamoru Yamada, pioneer of modern Japanese architecture, over 50 years ago. Since 2012 it has been home to the School of Tourism. Located in a quiet residential area just a short distance from the center of Tokyo, it provides an oasis of calm in the midst of the urban bustle yet is easily accessible by public transport—surely the ideal environment for further study.
2-28-4, Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8677Access
The library is stocked with tourism-related books and magazines along with audio-visual materials.
The study space is available for quiet study by students with their laptops at any time.
These kitchens are fitted out with the latest equipment.
This large airy space is used by students for relaxation and catching up.
The cafeteria has a range of tempting offerings including fresh pasta and freshly baked bread.