1. Classroom Building 1
Classroom Building 1 is a four-story building which holds 63 classrooms. Most of the classrooms are designed rather compactly in order to provide an effective teaching and learning environment for faculty members and students. The classrooms are equipped with state-of-art AV devices (i.e. DVD players, audio cassette players, LAN network ports, video projectors, etc). There are 56 faculty offices on the fourth floor.
2.Classroom Building 2
3.Center for International Education
The Center for International Education is located on the east side of the central garden across from the Library & Media Center. All of the Asian Studies Program courses are conducted in this building. In this four-story building are a computer room and student lounge on the first floor, language labs on the second floor, and studios for ceramics and sumi-e (brush painting) courses on the fourth floor.
4.Tanimoto Memorial Hall
5.Library & Media Center
Located on the west side of the campus, the Library & Media Center functions as the hub of information on campus containing the Multimedia Hall, computer rooms, CALL rooms, and the Multi-purpose Audio Visual Room. The Library contains approximately 400,000 volumes (Japanese: 199,000 Foreign: 201,000).
6.Student Services Center (South)
7.Student Services Center (North)
8.Student Club Building & Nakamiya Gymnasium
Nakamiya Gymnasium and Student Club Building are located on the North side of the campus. The Gymnasium houses Karate and Shorinjikenpo dojos, a boxing training space, a shower room, and a general training room on the first floor. On the second floor are the volleyball and basketball arenas. A part of the third floor is designated as a Kendo dojo. There are a total of 95 club meeting rooms in the Student Club Building.
9.Main Administration Building
The tallest building on campus is the Main Administration Building. This building functions as the center of all university administrative functions. There are faculty offices on the fifth through ninth floors, meeting rooms on the second and third floor, a convention hall on the third floor, and administrative offices on the first, third and fourth floors.