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Empowering the Individual

Meiji University was founded in January 1881 as the Meiji Law School by a group of young lawyers barely in their 30's: Tatsuo Kishimoto, Kozo Miyagi, and Misao Yashiro.
Currently there are 10 undergraduate Schools and 12 Graduate Schools, as well as the Law School and professional schools for the development of highly-specialized workers. The University also includes Meiji University Junior High School and Meiji University High School. These programs comprise one of Japan's most outstanding comprehensive university systems. With over 500,000 graduates sent out into society, Meiji University has played a major role in Japan's development.
Meiji University, in the spirit of empowering individuals, aims to make dramatic advances onto the world stage as the top urban university in Japan.

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Main Entrance and Atrium

Between the low-rise and high-rise buildings, light pours in and spreads throughout the open glass atrium. From here you can go towards the lawn on the west side which serves as meeting place for members of the campus community.

Cross-Field Lounge

Between the classroom area and laboratory area and located on the 6th floor, the "cross-field lounge" is provided as a recreation and mixing area for faculty members and graduate and undergraduate students. Also, on the same floor, a space has been established for presentations of graduate and undergraduate students' research.

The school cafeteria

The cafeteria has access to the outer terrace where you can enjoy the open, natural atmosphere of outdoor dining.

Main Entrance and Atrium

Cross-Field Lounge

The school cafeteria

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