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Campus Facilities

Campus Facilities

map The campus is near the train station and it is a good environment where you can feel safe commuting to school. Being an "all-inclusive" campus with all departments and courses in one place, it features not only learning facilities but also book stores, convenience stores, cafes, and even hair salons, like a complete town.

Dokkyo University Amano Teiyu Hall

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Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the foundation of Dokkyo University, The Amano Teiyu Hall was established in 2007.

35th Anniversary Center

The 35th Anniversary Center is a multipurpose facility built in 1999 to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the university's founding. Including a sports arena, smaller lecture hall, student cafeteria, multipurpose space, workout room, bookstore, convenience store, and hairdresser, it is a place of recreation and relaxation for students.

Central Building

Central Building A 10-story building located in the center of the classroom area on the west side of campus, the Central Building serves a pivotal function at the university. It is the location of faculty member's individual offices, conference rooms, and administration offices.

East Building

Dokkyo University has five classroom buildings. In addition to large, medium, and small classrooms, the university has prepared optimal educational and learning spaces for different kinds of classes. These include PC classrooms and computer-assisted learning (CAL) classrooms.

Especially notable is the "East Building", a "next-generation" educational facility. Completed in 2010, it features superior environmental and energy-efficient features. The campus is also blessed with shade trees, abundant well water, and sunshine, utilizing natural energy sources for lighting and air conditioning. There is also a rooftop garden based on a village forest concept with over 100 types of plants and vegetables for hands-on learning.

Artificial Grass Grounds

University Sports Ground

University Sports Ground The sports ground completed in March 2007 is more than place for the university's sports and recreation classes and club activities; it is a facility for students and community residents alike to maintain and improve their physical and mental health.

The expansive sports ground has a total area of 29,000m² . The latest-generation artificial grass has been laid down over the entire ground with the objective of improving functionality and maintaining good conditions for competitive sports.

The University Sports Ground can be used for soccer, lacrosse, rugby, American football, baseball, futsal, tennis, archery, track and field (300 m track and 100 m short distance lanes), and other sports. A running road has been established outside the ground where people can enjoy jogging the nearly 630 m loop.