Our main campus is conveniently located in Chiyoda-ku, one of Tokyo’s most important business districts. It’s located just a few blocks away from the iconic Imperial Palace and many embassies.
The campus includes two buildings: the Central Building and the Annex.
Designed to facilitate collaboration, the Central Building has the feel of a modern company headquarters. All students can access the spacious student lounge, the library with desks for quiet self-study, and of course the classrooms, among other facilities.
The Annex is right around the corner from the Central Building. It contains 6 classrooms and a wide lounge area with a tenth-floor view.
Our campus welcomes professionals from all fields and industries, socioeconomic backgrounds, ages, and nationalities.
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This bright and airy open space is where students meet, interact, and study together informally. It includes high and low meeting tables and booths, monitors, computers, printers, and vending machines.
Our library includes more than 15,000 books in English and Japanese. There are also 56 journal subscriptions, including the Harvard Business Review and Hitotsubashi Business Review. It also provides various digital resources, such as databases and e-journals (CiNii, Nexis, SPEEDA, and Web of Science) free of charge.
The library is a designated quiet space with desks and computers for self-study.
You can reserve any of six study rooms and two conference rooms (weekends only) for group study sessions or extracurricular activities. Additionally, there are nine meeting rooms available for student use in the Central Building. Each room is equipped with whiteboards.
With a 350-seat capacity, the grand hall regularly accommodates conferences for prestigious global speakers. Spaces are available to students, staff, alumni, and faculty.
The foyer is a modern, open space on the ground floor for informal gatherings, academic ceremonies, and other events.
Our classrooms accommodate up to forty students each. The tables are distributed to facilitate group discussion and active participation.