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Asuka Institute of Kansai University Ueda Memorial Hall

  The Asuka Institute is located in Asuka village in Nara. It is blessed with beautiful scenery and numerous remnants of ancient Japan nearby. For example the Asuka Temple, Kawara Shrine, and a “stone stage” which may have been the burial mound of an ancient noble. The Asuka Institute is the ideal starting point for a walk through famous historic and literary sites of Japan.

Asuka Institute of Kansai University Ueda Memorial Hall

Kogaku-Kan

  Kogaku-Kan was built on the Takatsuki campus as a part of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Kansai University. At the nearby Settsu Gorge, visitors can take pleasure in the colors of the four seasons with over 3000 cherry trees in bloom during spring, vivid fresh foliage in summer, and red leaves during autumn.

Seminar House Kogakukan

Hakuba Tsugaike-Kogen Lodge

  Hakuba Tsugaike-Kogen Lodge in the northern part of Nagano is situated at the foot of the Tsugaike ski area. Visitors can enjoy various kinds of winter activities and beautiful alpine plants can be seen during the rest of the year.

Hakuba Tsugaike-Kogen Lodge

Hikone-So

  This villa is located near the eastern shore of Lake Biwa. There are two tennis courts and an avenue of cherry trees on the site making it a picturesque and invigorating venue for seminars throughout the year.

Hikone-So

Rokko-Sanso

  This mountain villa is situated on Mt. Rokko, an area north of Kobe City. From the terrace, visitors can enjoy panoramic night views of Kobe City. There are tourist spots such as an artificial snow ski area, Mt. Rokko Country House, and the Rokko Alpine Botanical Garden nearby.

Rokko-Sanso

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