home Home home acjs ACJS/Aichi acjs ocjs OCJS/Online ocjs japan Japan Guide japan faq FAQ faq net Network net data Databases data contact Contact Us contact mm Multimedia mm log Log in log
yamasa.org / home / acjs / english / campus_guide    -    Tuition   Student Interviews    Language policy Ní thuigim thú
Hattori Foundation Logo Aichi Center
for Japanese Studies

The Yamasa Institute, Okazaki, Japan
Innovative, International & Non Profit
Yamasa
Sitemap | Google

Search Tips | Help Desk

Center Page
Campus Facilities
(Y2) Yamasa II Building
(Y2) Library/reading room
(Y2) Classrooms
(Y2) Faculty Office
(Y2) Computer Lab 1
(Y2) Coffee Break
Aoi Hall Index
(Aoi) Faculty Office
(Aoi) Standard Classrooms
(Aoi) Seminar Classrooms
(Aoi) DL/Conferencing
(Aoi) Main Hall
Aoi Hall CALL Seminar Room
Fuji Hall
Services Index
Internet Connectivity
Telephones
Photocopying
(Y2) Student Services
Multimedia - Studio
Multimedia - Intl.Office
Sakura House
Sakura - Coffeeshop
Sakura - Bicycles
Surrounds Index
Minami Hospital
JR Station
Parks
Yamanaka Supermarket
About Yamasa
Our Students
Accommodation
Student Services
Admissions
Location of Yamasa
Programs Catalog
Student Network

Help us improve!
Suggestion Box


PDF now available

Campus/Facilities Guide

Yamasa II Building
Yamasa II building

The Aichi Center for Japanese Studies is a specialist center for Japanese language education and research. Japanese as a second language (JSL) is all we teach, and the entire campus is designed to support this core focus. The campus is considerably larger than most of the other accredited institutes in Japan (especially those in Tokyo) and the facilities in each building are more modern than most Japanese universities.

SILAC Class
SILAC class in Aoi Hall
Compared to virtually all Japanese academic institutions, the unusual feature about Yamasa's campus is the very large amount of space available per student - not only in the classrooms but for all ancillary services. We are a bit profligate with space, to the extent of offering free parking for students with cars etc. This is one of the advantages of being based in Okazaki City.

Yamasa is also already one of the best campuses in Japan for internet connectivity and modern IT infrastructure. Our network can connect you to the internet from anywhere on campus and computers are provided.

Sakura House
Sakura House
A building program is in progress and as a non-profit Institute with full support from the endowment of the Hattori Foundation (est.1919), Yamasa is well placed for continued expansion as grants and funds are constantly re-invested into continuous improvement.

To view full details of the campus facilities please click on the link buttons on the left hand side of this page or click on the buildings on the map below showing the general layout of the Yamasa Institute's Okazaki campus.

At the bottom of each page there are also links to indexes - these should also help you navigate around the campus guide.

C O M M U N I T Y   M E M B E R S
register


Hattori Foundation (est.1919) - The Yamasa Institute
1-2-1 Hanehigashi-machi, Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture, JAPAN 444-0832
Tel: +81 (0)564 55 8111 Fax: +81 (0)564 55 8113 Email: Inquiries

© 2012 The Yamasa Institute. All rights reserved.