Learning and sharpening each other, cherishing every encounter.
Seminarians with multinational and multicultural backgrounds seek their religious commitments and aspirations, live and practice together under the same roof in the rich natural environment of Ome and in different campuses. Everything becomes a chance encounter to polish their kan-sei, chi-sei, and hin-sei.
- １ Seminarians with multinational and multicultural backgrounds live together in the rich natural environment of Ome, where they engage in daily practice of Buddhism. Everything they encounter here helps them hone their kan-sei, chi-sei, and hin-sei.
- ２ Seminarians plan menus and prepare meals on a rotating basis. Cuisines from their home countries are served.
- ３ Seminarians undertake rice cultivation to learn about the blessings of nature, the importance of food, and the preciousness of life.
Honka Program International Program
The Yosei-kan dormitory, where Gakurin Koju University Program students live, is managed with respect for the independence of Gakurin students. Students live together and hone their kan-sei, chi-sei, and hin-sei through all the events that occur in their daily lives. Students strive to contribute to society by deepening their individual specialized fields and interests with the aim of becoming leaders who can brighten the world at their corners.
Koju University Program
RKK Hoju Student Hall（Hoju Campus）
Please see here for information on the dormitory at Hoju Women’s Vocational College.Hoju Women’s Vocational College