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Aoi Hall
SILAC Class
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Aoi Hall is located at the western end of the campus and hosts Yamasa Extension including the Internships, on-demand Private/Semi-private lessons and SILAC, when the Yamasa II classrooms are full, usually in the summer. Aoi Hall is also home to theFM Okazaki radio station. The facilites are also offered to local community groups, and the distance learning theater and classrooms in Aoi Hall are also used for teacher training in Yamasa's JLTEC courses.

Click here for photograph slide show of Aoi Hall.

The building has 8 standard classrooms, 4 seminar classrooms, 6 private classrooms on the second floor. On the ground floor there is the Main Hall where most entrance ceremonies, graduations and official events/parties take place, the distance learning theater and office space (radio station).

There is a staircase leading directly to the Sakura House courtyard below. The flowers of the Sakura trees between Aoi Hall and the Multimedia Studio bloom each Spring (usually from late March, but sometimes not until early April), and from the second story the flowers are at eye-level.

To view full details of the facilities please click on the link buttons on the left hand side of this page.

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