As Oxford and Stanford universities are known for their smart students and beautiful campuses, so are many universities in Japan!!
Universities in Japan aren’t as big as universities in the United States or other countries, but they are sophisticated and stylish.
We chose three of the more than 700 universities in Japan that we think are the most beautiful.
Let’s look at it and see what a Japanese university looks like.
Kwansei Gakuin University
The most beautiful university in Japan is Kwansei Gakuin University.
The view from the central gate of the crock tower, the central lawn, and Kabutoyama mountain is especially beautiful.
William Merrell Vories, an American architect who lived from 1880 to 1964, made the campus in a style called “Spanish Mission.” In 2017, the Architectural Institute of Japan gave the campus a prize for its design. Is in the city of Nishinomiya, which is between Osaka and Kobe, making it very convenient.
One of Japan’s most prestigious universities, the University of Tokyo, is also known for its beauty.
When you go to Tokyo, you should check out the wide plantation of 120-year-old gingko trees that turn gold in the fall and the red-brick Yasuda Auditorium, which is used for graduation ceremonies.
It is also known for the Akamon (Red Gate), which is in front of the university and was built in the Edo period for military governors to welcome their brides.
In the Kansai area, Seikei University is not very well known, but most people have seen its campus, even if they don’t know what it is. Do you know why?
It’s because “Hana Yori Dango,” also known as “Boys Over Flowers,” is filmed at Seikei University!!! “Hana Yori Dango” is one of Jun Matsumoto’s (a member of the band ARASHI) most well-known comics and TV shows.
The story takes place at Eitoku Academy, which looks a lot like Seikei University. This is where the main character, Tsukushi, meets the main character of the story, F4.
Also, the second season of Hana Yori Dango, which came out this year, was filmed at Seikei University. The story takes place ten years after the first F4 graduated from high school. Seikei University’s look was used for Eitoku Academy, and Momonozono Academy’s beautiful modern library was used for Eitoku Academy (rival school of Eitoku Academy).
If you like “Hana Yori Dango” a lot, you should come here. You can really get a sense of “Eitoku Academy”!
How do you feel about these beautiful universities in Japan? Do you want to learn here?
Well, it’s hard to get into Japanese universities, but you can still enjoy Japanese stationery.
Our current pack of school supplies is called “Back to School Pack.” Get it now to feel like you’re in Japanese University!