・Address: 2-2-1 Kihei-cho, Kodaira-shi, Tokyo 187-8520 Japan
・Total site area: 61,920㎡ (15.3 acres); Total floor area: 30,180㎡ (324,855 square feet)
・Access from central Tokyo
By train: Take a ride of JR Chuo Line Rapid from Tokyo Station. Transfer to a local train of Seibu Tamako Line at Kokubunji Station; Get off at Hitotsubashi-gakuen Station next to Kokubunji; Seven minute walk from Hitotsubashi-gakuen Station
Kodaira, the home city of CLITT, is located about 26 km west of central Tokyo. The city has achieved rapid growth since former Kodaira Town was upgraded to Kodaira City in 1962. 188,000 people reside in the city of about 21 square kilometers as of October 2015. The city is acknowledged as an academic city because eleven universities, colleges and governmental schools are located there. They are: International Campus of Hitotsubashi University; Musashino Art University; Kaetsu University; Shiraume Gakuen University; Tsuda College, Korea University, CLITT, Kanto Regional Police School; and Kodaira School of Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Education is also located in the city.
Railway lines crisscross the city from north to south and east to west. The railway is a common means of commuting. CLITT Kodaira Campus is located in the south-central part of the city. The College has an administrative building with a cafeteria, an auditorium, a school building, a dormitory with three hundred rooms, and a multi-purpose hall. The school building has 14 lecture rooms, 32 seminar rooms, 5 survey and mapping rooms, an international conference room, a library, a computer room.
The Campus is marked by lush greens. The school yards are covered with about 800 trees that include tall ginkgo trees and official trees of Japanese 47 prefectures. Blossoms of plum, peach, cherry and azalea trees decorate school yards through four seasons of the year. Many wild birds such as starlings, bulbuls and Japanese great tits visit the campus. Chirps of those birds announce changes of the season. There still remain the vestiges of good old wilderness.
③School Building Dormitory
⑥Surveying practice field
○Comprising a clerical office, Conference Room, Lecturer’s Lounge, Cafeteria, Dispensary and Assembly Room
○Having solar-panels on the rooftop and a garbage disposal equipment on the 1st floor in accordance with our environmental policy
○Having structurally flat floors, special toilets, elevators, etc. in consideration of the seniors and the handicapped
○ Having Cafeteria overviewing a courtyard for lecturers and students
○Consisting of 350 single rooms including 2 special lodging rooms for the disabled and 5 special lodging rooms for lecturers, 10 recreational rooms and an assembly room
○Each room fully air-conditioned, and is equipped with a bed, a desk and a chair, and a bathroom
○Special lodging rooms on the first floor are designed to facilitate accessibility and smooth use by the disabled
○Having a recreation room on each floor as a place for small gatherings and friendship functions
○ Lecture rooms ：3 large class rooms for 80 through 150 people, 4 medium class rooms for 60 people, and 7 small class rooms for 20 through 40 people
○ Seminar Rooms： 32 rooms for group discussion of maximum 12 people
○ International Conference Rooms for 60 people and 30 people respectively
○ Survey and mapping rooms: 1 Drawing Room, 1 Geodetic Training Room, 1 Imaging Information Training Room, 1 Basic Surveying Room, 1 Precision Plotting Room, 1 Digital Photogrammetry
○ A Computer Training Room
○ Lecture rooms and conference rooms are equipped with projector screens and other devices for presentation and discussion
○ International Conference Room (for max. 60 people) is equipped with simultaneous interpretation facilities.
○ Having solar-panel on the rooftop in accordance with our environmental policy
○ Having structurally flat floors and special toilets to facilitate use by handicapped visitors
○ An open-stack library with storage capacity of 15,000 books
○ Equipped with 15 personal computers for browsing through internet
○ Including two OA rooms equipped with 13 personal computers for documentation
○An arena of 1,000㎡ with multi-purpose lighting facilities and movable stage which can be used as an event hall.
○ Fully-equipped for ceremonies and lectures
○ Having a foyer for group photographing
○ Equipped with telecommunication facilities as it will function as Back-up Ministry Headquarters at the time of emergency.
○ Used for surveying practices
○ Including baseline yards where accuracy of surveying equipment is examined
○ Having an electronic datum point that traces the coordinate to examine the diastrophism around the country.
○ Designated as a temporary shelter at the time of emergency.
・Address: 3-11-1 Kashiwa-no-ha, Kashiwa, Chiba 277-0882 Japan
・Total site area: 37,239㎡(9.2 acres), Total floor area:12,907㎡ (138,900 square feet)
・Access from Central Tokyo:
Take JR Joban Line from Tokyo Station. Get off at Kashiwa Station and proceed to No. 2 bus stop from the west exit of the station. Take a bus (Tobu East Bus) for Kenmin Plaza or the National Cancer Research Center via Kenmin Plaza. A minute walk from “Kashiwanoha Kouen Juutaku-mae” bus stop.
Take Tsukuba Express Line train from Akihabara Station in central Tokyo to Kashiwa-no-ha Campus Station. At Kashiwa-no-ha Campus Station, take a bus for Nagareyama Otaka-no-mori from No. 1 bus stop near the west exit of the station. A minute walk from “Kashiwanoha Kouen Juutaku-mae” bus stop.
There are facilities such as Office and Lecture Room, Dormitory, Welfare Building, Multipurpose Hall and Flood Retention Basin in the premises of 37,000㎡.
In addition, there is Chiba Prefectural Kashiwanoha Park in the neighborhood. This park is rich in nature and is famous for cherry-blossoms in the spring and autumnal tints in the fall. There is Japanese garden, a rose garden and a pond in the park and you can enjoy the transition of the four seasons. Also a stadium where practice games of the J-League are held, Customs Training Institute, National Research Institute of Police Science, University of Tokyo Kashiwa campus, Chiba University Environmental Health Sciences Center and many other institutions are situated near Kashiwa Training Center.
○This building has offices, Conference room, Lecturer’s Lounges and other management facilities on the first floors and 1 large lecture room (120 people), 2 lecture rooms (60 people), 3 small lecture rooms (30 people) and 1 computer room on the second floor.
○Being able to use a projector and other devices in all class rooms.
○Having a library equipped with 15 personal computers which are connected to
○Having Seminar Rooms as a place to discuss within a small group.
○Having a foyer where trainees can take a rest during lectures.
○Having a campus store which sells a light meal, water ,alcohol.
○Consisted of 175 Single Rooms, 1 Special Lodging rooms for the Disabled, 4 Special Lodging rooms for the Lecturers, 1 Night Watch Man’s Room and 6 Recreation Rooms.
○Each room has a bathroom.
○Special Lodging rooms for the Disabled is on the first floor so people with a wheelchair can access smoothly.
○Having Recreation Room on each floor as a place of exchange.
○Having a Cafeteria overviewing a courtyard.
○Having Assembly Room (Japanese Style and Western Style) as a place of exchange.
○Being used for lessons in which trainees play the role of the elderly or the handicapped, yoga classes and other programs.
○Temporarily storing water drained from nearby roads at the time of a heavy rain.