The training facilities at the University of Tsukuba are established with the aim of facilitating various activities of students, staff, and faculty members of the university such as training, extracurricular activities, and recreation.
Kambara Hall is an on-campus memorial hall dedicated to the founding of the university. This unique building has Zen rooms, study rooms, and Japanese-style rooms connected by a corridor and surrounding an inner garden. It is the only Japanese-style building on campus. It is used for various purposes, including holding lectures, seminars, and study groups. Japanese-style extra curricular clubs such as Tea Ceremony, Rakugo, Noh, and Shamisen also make good use of this building.
Location: University campus, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki
The City of Tateyama is located on the tip of the Boso Peninsula and because of the effects of the Japan Current, it experiences warm weather all year round. In the spring, you can pick mustard floweres and strawberries, and in the summer you can enjoy swimming in the ocean. You can also find Jigoro Kano's monument ("Hotakusha") here.
Location: Hojo 2861, Tateyama-shi, Chiba-ken, 294-0045
Yamanaka Training Center is used as a training facility for faculty and students of National University Corporations in the Kanto Koshin Etsu area (comprising Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Niigata, Nagano, and Yamanashi). Students and faculty can enjoy seminars and club activities here throughout the four seasons. The training center is located on Yamanka Lake, which is the largest of the Fuji Five Lakes and at 981m above sea level. It is also the 3rd highest lake (after Chuzenji and Haruna). It is a picturesque area, comfortably cool even in the summer, and a perfect place from which to view the stunning Mt. Fuji.
Location: Hirano 479, Yamanakako-mura, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi-ken, 401-0502
There are plenty of welfare facilities in the University of Tsukuba so that the university students and faculty members can spend comfortable college life. In each area on campus, there are cafeterias, coffee shops, book stores, and commodity shops. In addition, there are electric goods store, beauty shop, parlor, public bath, and coin shower in Residence Hall Area.
For detailed information on the facilities (commodities, menu, etc), please refer to the website of Kosei-kai below.
Division of Student Welfare, Department of Student Affairs (In Japanese language)