Kumamoto is a government-designated major city that is rapidly developing into one of the major urban centers on the island of Kyushu. The Kumamoto campus is ideally located next to a JR station just 13 minutes from Kumamoto central, and is also serviced by nearby bus routes. With an on-site cafeteria and artificial turf soccer pitch, the campus offers students plenty of opportunities to combine enjoyable student life with their studies.
9-1-1 Toroku, Higashi-ku, Kumamoto-shi, Kumamoto 862-8652Access
Opened in 2013, Siesta is a stylish new cafeteria that has already proven popular with the student community.
Event Lab is the new computer lab. Completed in 2014, it has 70 computers and is used for various events and activities in addition to computer classes.
The international lounge is a great place for local and overseas students to get together. It also serves as the venue for regular cultural exchange events and activities.
The extensive library houses a range of academic publications as well as novels, CDs and DVDs.
The FIFA and JFA approved artificial turf soccer pitch was completed in 2012.
The pendulum, mounted on the top of the main building, is the same as the one used by French physicist Leon Foucault to demonstrate the rotation of the earth. It is constantly in motion.