Students spend their final three years at the Tsudanuma Campus engaging in the advanced study necessary to acquire proficiency in their major areas of study. The campus is well-outfitted with facilities that further the pursuit of enhanced expertise in all technical areas. Tsudanuma Campus is home to the High Technology Research Center, which is stocked with cutting-edge research equipment and lab facilities, as well as the Advanced Research Center for Water Engineering and Technology, the Advanced Research Center for Life Science and Human Environment, and other research-oriented establishments.
Mimomi Campus is home to all first-year students. Thus, one of the campus’s primary goals is to help students become accustomed to university life. The campus houses extensive facilities including the classroom buildings used to deepen students’ general education, as well as the Physics and Chemistry Experimental Buildings where research can be conducted. There is also a baseball stadium (No. 1), an athletics stadium, a soccer pitch and more. The campus also features many other facilities where students who will be spending four years together can participate with instructors in a variety of activities.