Facilities

University Library

The library holds a collection of 520,000 books, which includes textbooks, topical new publications and magazines, and audio-visual materials. It also is equipped with AV booths and study rooms. Reading on the terrace is also possible on sunny days.
University Library

English Café at Otemon

English Café at Otemon (E-CO) is a social learning space and self-access center established in April 2013 as a collaboration between Otemon Gakuin University and Kanda University of International Studies.
English Café at Otemon

Central Building

The Central Building functions as “a place for learning through communication” and possesses “English Café at Otemon” and “Learning Support Rooms.” This is the symbolic building of Otemon Gakuin University.
Central Building

Building 1

The building has glass walls covered by a cherry blossom motif. Student support offices are assembled on the 1st floor, such as the Educational Affairs Section, the Student Affairs Office, and Career Center.
Building 1

Building 6

Equipped with multimedia-compatible large-scale classrooms which can contain approx. 550 students maximum at once. Events and academic conferences are also held at “Yushun Hall” located on the 2nd floor.
Building 6

Sports Ground 1

This field is the size of a professional soccer field. It is also equipped with night game facilities. In 2011, the entire field was replaced with artificial turf to improve safety.
Sports Ground 1

Cafeteria

This is a four-story structure which houses a variety of dining halls offering assorted menus such as healthy Japanese food and buffet style menus. All the food served at each dining hall is inexpensive and good.
Cafeteria

Shorai-an(teahouse)

Shorai-an was built with contributions from Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic Corporation. It is equipped an authentic Japanese tea house for the tea ceremony club, and others.
Shorai-an(teahouse)

Shogunyama Hall

This is a museum intended to transmit this university’s history and convey the thoughts and aspirations of some of its notable figures to people of the present day. Alumni and their parents and guardians may also freely visit the museum, which also functions as a place for interpersonal exchange.
Shogunyama Hall