About Edogawa University
Edogawa University Komagi Campus is located in the corner of Nagareyama, a beautiful city that is surrounded by nature.
The Edogawa University Health and Welfare Technical College is also on this campus.
Although not visible from the outside, there is a lush natural forest in the middle of the campus where students can take a stroll and relax in nature.
It is 7 minutes by free school bus from the east exit of the nearest station, “Nagareyama-otakanomori Station.”It is a 12-minute walk from “Toyoshiki Station” on the Tobu Noda Line.Take the Tobu Bus (Bus Stop 2 at the west exit) from “Kashiwa Station” on JR or Tobu Noda Line and get off at Umebayashi Bus Stop. It is a 5-minute walk from there.
Edogawa University is accessible from Tokyo (Kita-senju, Akihabara, Ueno), Chiba (Kashiwa, Matsudo, Funabashi, Ichikawa, Makuhari, Chiba, Abiko, Narita), Saitama (Misato, Urawa, Omiya), and Ibaraki (Toride, Moriya, Tsukuba).
“Nagareyama-otakanomori Station” also a terminal station for Tsukuba Express and Tobu Noda Line and has many facilities such as shopping centers, food courts, and a cinema nearby.
Main Gate and Bus Rotary
There is a school bus rotary right after the main gate. Our school buses run between the bus stop in the main gate and “Nagareyama-otakanomori Station,” free of charge. It is for student and faculty use. but is also available for visitors to Edogawa University.
Edogawa University School Bus
Building A Education Research Building
On the first floor is the University Affairs and Employment Division and Satellite Studio, the second to the seventh floors are private laboratories for faculty, the fourth floor is the Academic Information Division, and on the eighth floor is conference rooms.
Building B Comprehensive Information Library
The Memorial Hall is on the first floor (accommodating 315 persons), from the 2nd floor to the 4th floor is the Comprehensive Information Library, and from the 5th floor to the 7th floor are lecture rooms.
The library and museum houses about 270 thousand books, and is also equipped with an AV listening corner. It is also open to the community who may use the area after completing an application.
In front of the library 2nd floor entrance, is a place commonly known as "nekomons" used for classes and meetings, etc. It is a place for learning where students can talk freely and relax with refreshments.
On the 7th floor is a multi-media laboratory that can assist with speedy processing and editing of videos and images, as well as a help desk to assist with computer operations and trouble.
On the first floor is the student counseling office, medical office, and International Student Center, and on the 2nd floor is the research laboratory of psychology, Sleep Research Institute.
Student Counseling Office
International Student Center
Building D Lecture Building
On the first floor are lecture rooms, a cooking room, multilingual laboratory, as well as Yamazaki shop and student Hall. From the 2nd floor to the 3rd floor are lecture and seminar rooms, private lesson rooms for music and music teaching rooms, music rooms, art crafts room, and a multi-purpose hall.
Private Music Lesson Rooms
Arts and Crafts Room
Building E Lecture Building
On the first floor is the image Hall (capacity of 500 people), Student Hall, television studio and DTP room, and seminar rooms, from the 2nd floor to the 3rd floor are lecture rooms.
Exterior of Building E
Building L Student Cafeteria and Gymnasium
On the first floor is the student cafeteria, shower room, and the gymnasium is on the 2nd floor.
Student Cafeteria ‘Edoya’
The first Gymnasium
There are clubhouses for club groups. On the first floor is a gym and aerobics studio and on the 2nd floor there is the extracurricular clubs office and alumni room, and individual club rooms. There are individual club rooms on the 3rd floor.
Building N Admissions and Public Relations C
On the 1st floor is the Admissions Office, on the 2nd floor is the President’s Office, Office Director, Board of Director's Office, Corporate Secretariat, General Affairs Division and Komagi Learning Center Office.
Exterior of Building N
Artificial turf field
The university is the first in Japan to adopt long pile artificial turf for its field. The thickness of the grass is world class with an emphasis on safety and durability. With a size of 100 m long and 60 m wide, it is Japan Football Association officially certified.
The three tennis courts are omni-courts combining artificial turf and natural sand.
The Second Gymnasium
There are 2 basketball courts to use. The staff room, shower room, modern fully equipped gym are all air-conditioned.
Interior of the gymnasium
Adjoining kindergarten ‘Edogawa Mori no Hoikuen.'
Adjoining kindergarten ‘Edogawa Mori no Hoikuen.' It is an eco-friendly facility for the comfort of the children. The building looks like a log cabin from the outside in the shape of a U and has a spacious courtyard. The child care spaces are bright and spacious.
Bright and spacious lobby
‘Edogawa Minami Nagareyama Hoikuen’ is a sister nursery school.
The nursery school was established in April, 2013 in affiliation with the University. It is a nursery school with a two story building and a rooftop.
The nursery school is filled with natural light with easy access to the plaza from anywhere in the spacious child care space.
The open environment of the school
Large child care space