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Prospects for Chuo University and the Development of the Faculty of Law in Central Tokyo
In 2023, Chuo University (Hachioji City, Tokyo, President Hisashi Kawai) will establish the new Myogadani Campus in Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo, and move the Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Law from the Tama Campus (Hachioji City) to this new campus.
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Investigating human nature thorough the face and body / Exploring the development of the visual world
The question of what a face meant to human beings was the starting point for me as a psychologist. The face and body ca…
Creating biomaterials for human health and medicine
My specialty is "Chemistry", which is a science closely related to people's lives and nature. Advanced technologies, su…
Establishing a circular economy in the Asian region through industry–academia–government collaboration
"Why don't they segregate their garbage?" I began researching the economy through resource recycling (circular economy)…
I would like to apply statistical methods to human behavior data and solve social problems.
Statistics help us analyze the causes and trends of all kinds of events in the world. The reason I decided to pursue st…
World Water Day Academic Webinar on “Regional Diversity of River Environments,” March 22nd, 2022
“World Water Day” on March 22nd is an international day proposed in Agenda 21 of the Earth Summit in 1992 and designated by the United Nations in 1993…
Professor Tomiki Ikeda of the Research and Development Initiative wins the 54th Ichimura Prize in Science
Professor Tomiki Ikeda of the Chuo University Research and Development Initiative won the 54th Ichimura Prize in Science for Distinguished Achievement…
Student Debriefing Session for 2021 Chuo University and Hachioji City Library Joint Research
Based on a Comprehensive Collaborative Agreement signed by Chuo University and Hachioji City in April 2017, a research team (led by Professor Kenji Ko…
Numbers and Statistics Showing the Real Picture of Chuo University
As of May 1, 2021
In 137 years (1885 to 2021)
As of May 1, 2021
for Scientific Research
Times Higher Education’s University Impact Rankings 2021 on SDGs
Passed the National Bar Exam
AcademicsEducational Departments and Professors
Chuo’s Academic Outreach
Bloated Nation ― Can "Government without Reform" Continue?
―Analyzing the 2021 Elections of the House of Representatives―
Professor Emeritus, Chuo University and scholar of public administration
Area of specialization: public administration and local governmental autonomy
Restricting the Movement of Persons Across National Borders -- Consideration During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Professor, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University
Areas of Specialization: International Law, International Human Rights Law,
Immigrant Law & Refugee Law
Overcoming Trauma! What Are Psychological Disaster-Preparedness Drills and Psychological Warmup Exercises?
Associate Professor of Chuo University Research and Development Initiative in the Faculty of Science and Engineering
Area of Research: Health Psychology
Should We Eat Bread Today or Plant an Apple Tree for Tomorrow?
Professor Emeritus, Chuo University
Area of Specialization: public administration and local governmental autonomy
Scholarly Communication and Library and Information Science in the Pandemic Era
Department of Socio Informatics, Faculty of Letters
What is Management that Achieves Sustainability?--Collaboration between Japan and Thailand--
Professor, Faculty of Global Management, Chuo University
Areas of Specialization: Asian Management and Multicultural Management
Seeking Independence, Autonomy, and Self-Reliance
-Competency Analysis Based on the Results Obtained from the Self-Evaluation Questionnaire (Vol. 3)-
Yu Saito / Yoko Neha
Yu Saito／Teacher of Japanese language, Chuo University Junior and Senior High School at the Koganei campus
Yoko Neha／Teacher of Information Technology, Chuo University Junior and Senior High School at the Koganei campus
Campus LifeAccommodation, Food, Cultural Events, and Life at Chuo
Discover the Diversities of Cultures
Chuo University offers various events and social gatherings such as welcome parties for international students, BBQs, tea ceremonies, museum visits, and short trips. You can also enjoy extra-curricular activities, including sports, music, and arts, by joining student clubs. In the fall, the federation of student clubs and other student organizations hosts a four-day school festival (Hakumon-sai).
Enjoy Delicious Foods on Campus
You can find many cafeterias and restaurants on campus that offer many menu items, including Japanese, Chinese, and Western cuisine.
Dormitories for a Comfortable and Exciting Student Life
There are two residences for international students, both on- and off-campus. (1) The International Residence Chuo (IRC) was opened on the Tama Campus in 2020. The IRC is shared accommodation with students living in separate units that contain six private rooms each and where students from various backgrounds can share community life. (2) Seiseki International Residence is an off-campus residence with private rooms for Chuo students, co-managed with a private real-estate company. It is located a six-minute walk from Seiseki Sakuragaoka Station on the Keio Line.