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    University of Tsukuba 30th Anniversary Hall

    In order to contribute to all five types of cultural exchange taking place at an international, national, regional, school, and university level, the University Hall with its surrounding facilities and environment will be transformed into engaging spaces serving as the gateway to communication between the university and society.







    University of Tsukuba Gallery

    Together with the 30th Anniversary Hall, the University of Tsukuba Gallery, containing works of art and materials on the university's history was equipped to send out information to society and serve as a space interacting with visitors. The Gallery halls present the distinguished scholars' memorial exhibition. They are three Nobel Laureates, Dr. Sin-Itiro Tomonaga, Dr. Leo Esaki, Dr. Hideki Shirakawa and Dr. Yutaka Akino, a scholar of international politics, who was gunned down during his service in peacekeeping activities. In addition, P.E. and Sport Exhibition staring with the Olympic medalists, the Laboratory Schools Exhibition (which is located mainly in Tokyo and has much history and tradition), and the Art Collection presented by Mr. Akira Ishii, are provided at the Gallery.


    University of Tsukuba Art Space
    This space exhibits creations fostered in the University of Tsukuba, as well as national and international works of art and pieces produced by the Ibaraki Prefecture's local artists.
    Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00 (University of Tsukuba 30th Anniversary Hall: 9:00-19:00)
    Closed: Every Sunday, Year-end and New Year holidays
    Temporary Closure: from Sunday, August 11, to Sunday, August 18
    Temporary Opening: on Sunday, August 4 due to an event of open campus
    Inquiries: Office of University Hall
    (TEL: +81.29.853.7959)
    Access: Take a bus bound for "Tsukuba Daigaku Chuo" or the "University Loop-line On-campus Bus [Tsukuba Daigaku Junkan Bus]" (clockwise)
    Deboard at:Daigaku Kaikan Mae



    University of Tsukuba Satellite Office
    The University of Tsukuba Satellite Office is located on the second floor of BiVi Tsukuba, a commercial complex located in front of Tsukuba Station.
    The office serves as a facility to offer information about the university and to exhibit the university’s research achievements. In addition, various events are planned to be held in a common space in part of the office shared with the city of Tsukuba.
    The office is open to the public and may be used for meetings and other small gatherings.
    Hours: Monday-Saturday: 10:00-21:00, Sundays and National Holidays: 10:00-19:00
    Closed: Winter holidays (December 29 - January 3)


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