This building houses the Registration Center, various offices regarding campus life, and Research Offices of faculty members.
This building houses seminar halls, small classrooms used for language classes, and large halls for special lectures. The picture shows a large hall that can house about 1500 people.
This building mainly houses classrooms, and in the fall one can enjoy the beautiful gingko foliage through the windows. The picture is from room 531 where the greenery of the trees creates a calming effect.
This building mainly houses Research Offices for faculty members. The big clock is one of the main symbols of Asia University.
This building mainly houses classrooms and is adjacent to the South Gate that serves as the entrance to the university when accessed from Musashi Sakai Station.
Building 8 (International Center)
There is the International Center (International Affairs Division, and International Student Services Division), which runs the Study Abroad Programs and facilitates International Student Support. There is a cafeteria in the International Lounge located on the first floor, and there are various exhibitions and special events that take place here throughout the year. The building also houses the Intensive Japanese Course, the classrooms and study rooms for the Graduate School, the Institute for Asian Studies, as well as the Center for English Language Education (CELE). Furthermore, it is equipped with a stationary shop, a copy center, a book store, and an ATM.
Along with the main athletic floor, there is a Judo dojo, a Kendo dojo, a boxing ring, and a training room.
ASIA PLAZA. Located on the 1st and the 2nd floors of the Asia Plaza, the cafeteria offers a cheerful and comfortable space to eat. The 3rd floor , Plaza Commons is a space for relaxation, learning and socializing.
Asia Clubhouse 2
Asia Clubhouse 2 houses the meeting room for the International Student Association. In addition, there are several organizations here that belong to the Academic and Cultural Associations. Asia Clubhouse 1 houses rooms for athletic teams. Exterior of Building 2?
The glass-paneled exterior is the most striking feature of Building 2. It houses medium-to-large sized classrooms fully equipped with the latest technology. The first floor serves as a relaxation lounge for students.
A modern café located on the first floor of Building 2. It also serves food from the menu of the Bagel shop, "Bagel & Bagel."
Located on the third and fifth floors of Building 2. The Roof Garden utilizes left-over wood from the demolished, old school building for decking, and one can relax here and enjoy seasonal flowers.
Kozo Ota Memorial Hall (Library)
The library was built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the University’s founding in March, 1994. It comprises a collection of about 650,000 books that is equipped with the latest amenities, the Institution’s Historical Exhibit Room, as well as the Alumni Office.
1F Information Booth
Apart from the information available to take out at the check-out counter, the Information Booth houses a reading space for newspapers and magazines.
2F Learning Commons
The Learning Commons is a space for group learning activities. There is also an area where students can practice giving presentations using projectors. Students can also borrow laptop computers here..
4F AV Booth
As well as language textbooks, students can freely enjoy a range of media related to movies, business, and sports.
5F Magazine Display Corner
Students can enjoy browsing through industry-specific magazines, business magazines, and other magazines of wide-ranging genres. There is a large collection of US-related and China-related magazines.
Soccer Field, Track and Athletics.
All sport-related research facilities are located here, starting with the comprehensive athletic facility that houses the athletic fields and tennis courts. Most outdoor-based athletic clubs practice here. The closest station is Musashi Hikida Station of the JR Itsukaichi Line.