Sep. 30, 2021
【J】 Area 2 Building – D 【K】 Ikuta Library 【L】 Green House
Area 2 Building – A is a new building completed in 2004. Its unique louvered exterior characterizes the building, and the lounge with a double- and triple-height atrium is widely used by both students and faculty members as a place to interact and talk.
Adventurer Naomi Uemura, who achieved many accomplishments such as solo climbs of the highest mountains on five continents, was a graduate of the School of Agriculture. In 1984, he went missing whilst climbing Mount McKinley. This monument serves to pass on his indomitable will to his juniors.
The Main Building has a contact window for student support in their studies and lives, as well as classrooms used by the Schools of Science and Technology, and Agriculture. Both regular classrooms and information processing classrooms feature the latest equipment.
The Media Library with its rich collection of academic video materials and movies is popular with students.
This farm is used to learn about the characteristics of the growing process for produce, from planting to harvesting. By getting hands-on experience of produce and the soil from which it sprouts, students can learn about various agricultural sciences.
*Please do not enter the farm without permission.
A building formally used as the former Japanese Imperial Army. Noborito Laboratory has been conserved and is now used as the defunct Imperial Japanese Army Noborito Laboratory Museum for Education in Peace. The University promotes historical education, peace studies, and scientific learning. The building is also open to the public. Opening hours
Wednesdays – Saturdays: 10:00 – 16:00
Closed Sun., Mon., Tue., summer and winter holidays, etc.
The defunct Imperial Japanese Army Noborito Laboratory Museum for Education in Peace
In addition to the food stalls which change daily, the Neo Food Stall Village offers a rich array of dishes. Because cooking is done after orders are taken, you can enjoy a freshly cooked meal. It is so popular among students that long lines form at lunch time.
This path leads to Ikuta Station. Beyond the top of the slope you can enjoy a view of the campus, presenting a perfect environment for research.
The Center for Promoting Regional Community Relations was built with the view to using Meiji University's technology seeds and intellectual resources effectively, and promoting collaboration and interaction with Kawasaki City or other areas of Kanagawa Prefecture. The Center houses technology incubation rooms, experiment analysis and sample processing equipment, and facilities that contribute to regional community relations.
Center for Promoting Regional Community Relations (only in Japanese)
Area 2 Building – D is a new building completed in 2011. It comprises research labs, basic chemistry experiment labs, etc., for the mechanical engineering and applied chemistry departments. On each of the floors from the second to sixth floors, there are lounges and halls, positioning the building as a space for creativity and interaction within a natural environment.
The greenhouse is for horticultural research and experiments where hydroponic and gravel cultivation is being conducted. It is mainly used to grow cultivar improvements, etc., on an experimental basis.