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Tokyo / Private
The Ariake Campus, which opened in Tokyo’s Odaiba-Ariake district in April, 2012, is located in a global information hub, close to the gateway to the sky, Haneda airport, as well as government agencies in Kasumigaseki and the lively business district of Marunouchi with the head offices of numerous large corporations. All of its buildings are equipped with the latest in earthquake countermeasures and environmentally friendly facilities.
The rich history and wealth of traditions at the Musashino Campus have produced a large number of influential literary works. Surrounded in a tranquil, green environment, the campus boasts a library and practical training labs equipped with the latest facilities. The campus is located a convenient few minutes walk from Mitaka and Kichijoji stations, an area that has been named the number one district people want to live in.
All current Musashino University students can access the free campus wifi MU-NET, making it possible to smoothly get online on your personal computer, tablet or smartphone.
The Ariake Campus, which opened in 2012, is located in the same district as the Tokyo Waterfront City, an area that is garnering interest as the host for several Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic events.
The home of Musashino University. A beautiful, green campus located in the Tokyo’s educational zone.
Whether it be in the classroom or the cafeteria, all students can use their computers or phones to get online via the free campus wifi.