Gyogakuen Campus

An important building that symbolizes the history and traditions of Gakurin

The Gyogakuen, with a dome on the top floor, is an important building, symbolizing the history and tradition of Gakurin. The Gyogakuen Campus consists of the altar, Hoza room, chashitsu (tea ceremony room), President’s office, various lecture rooms, the adjacent Kosei Library, an Auditorium, and a 10-story “Yosei-kan” building for seminarians’ dormitory life, where a variety of lectures and trainings are offered by lecturers from Japan and abroad.

Campus information

Gyogakuen Campus


1-2-8 Wada, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 166-0012

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