Housing

Housing

ICU dormitories are a place where students respect human rights and diversity and learn about the sharing and assigning of responsibilities through dialogue while living together in a community. The students produced a short film on the attraction of such dormitories under the supervision of Oriza Hirata (Class of 1986). Hirata also held a series of special seminars (five times) on the theory of drama to coincide with the production of the movie.

Dormitories: A Place Where Students Study and Practice Liberal Arts

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ICU dormitories are a place where students respect human rights and diversity and learn about the sharing and assigning of responsibilities through dialogue while living together in a community. All dorms are located on campus, surrounded by nature, which brings a sense of the season. They are conveniently located near facilities such as the University Hall, dining hall and the library.

Students living in the dorms include those from overseas as well as from Japan. Some 600 students live on campus, which is about 20% of the total. Students with diverse cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds, personalities and ways of thinking live and study together. They spend a fulfilling time, sometimes participating in events such as the Dormitory Festival.

In principle, students move into dorms in April and September when they enroll and stay for 10 months a year, excluding the two month-long summer vacation (July and August).

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Please visit here to see regulations of each dormitory.

Off-Campus Housing

ICU entrusts ICU Service Co., Ltd. with the task of introducing off-campus housing such as apartments and other accommodations to students.

ICU Service, in cooperation with reliable real estate agents, strives to provide the best possible off-campus accommodations. The company also holds on-campus consultation events with multiple agents to help students find accommodation.

Please contact ICU Service for more details about apartments and other off-campus accommodations.

Homestay

Living with a Japanese family enables students to be immersed in Japanese life and practice Japanese. However, homestay is not very common in Japan, and the number of host families is limited. ICU commissions the arrangement of homestay to Nextage Co., Ltd. Nextage introduces host families to students who are interested in homestay. If you wish to look for a host family in Tokyo, please contact Nextage directly.

5F., Toho Centre Bldg., 4-6 Kandasakuma-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0025 Japan
Phone: +81(0)3-3866-0139
E-mail: icu@homestay-in-japan.com

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