This large campus of 350,000 m² is surrounded by beautiful greenery.
The campus provides an ideal environment for fostering a free and open academic culture.
Faculties and Graduate Schools of Law, Letters, Economics, Business and Commerce, Sociology, Policy Studies, Foreign Language Studies, Engineering Science, Environmental and Urban Engineering, and Chemistry, Materials and Bioengineering
Kansai University Dai-ichi Senior High School/Junior High School and Kansai University Kindergarten
3-3-35 Yamate-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka 564-8680
Tel. +81-6-6368-1121 (main number)
Since its establishment in 1922, the Senriyama Campus has continuously developed as a hub for academic education based on the University’s philosophy. It is now an extensive educational and research site of some 350,000 m2, and it consists of a number of classroom buildings for the various faculties, along with other facilities. Situated in an ideal location easily accessible from the city center, it is surrounded by rich greenery spreading over the hills of Senriyama. This campus offers an excellent educational environment for the University in its aim to develop students' creativity and free spirit, which we call the "Kandai Spirit". Students here are actively engaged in study, research, and extracurricular activities to explore their full potential, and many of their achievements are recognized around the world.
Access by Train
- Get off at Kandaimae Station on the Hankyu Railway Senri Line, and then walk about five minutes to the Main Gate.
Access from Shin-Osaka (Shinkansen / JR Shin-Osaka Station)
- Ride a train bound for Nakamozu on the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line, get off at Nishinakajima-Minamigata Station, transfer to Hankyu Railway, ride from Minamikata Station, go through Awaji Station, and then get off at Kandaimae Station. (The trip takes about 30 minutes.)
Access from Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport)
- Ride an Osaka Monorail bound for Kadoma-shi from Osaka Airport Station, get off at Yamada Station, transfer to Hankyu Railway, and then get off at Kandaimae Station. (The trip takes about 30 minutes.)
Senriyama Campus Map
|Area 1 (Faculties of Law, Letters, Policy Studies, Foreign Language Studies; Cafeteria, Store)|
|Bldg.1, Area 1 /Senri Hall A・B|
|Bldg.2, Area 1|
|Bldg.3, Area 1|
|Bldg.4, Area 1|
|Bldg.5, Area 1|
|HOBUN Research Laboratory|
|Area 2 (Faculties of Economics, Business & Commerce; School of Accountancy, Center for Academic Affairs, CTL Active Learning room "KITENE" , Center for Teacer Certification & Development, Division of International Affairs, Multilingual Immersion Room, CARES-Osaka Bureau, Cafeteria, Store)|
|Bldg.1, Area 2|
|Bldg.2, Area 2|
|Bldg.3, Area 2|
|Bldg.4, Area 2 /BIG Hall 100|
|Area 3 (Faculty of Sociology, Cafeteria, Store)|
|Bldg.1, Area 3|
|Bldg.2, Area 3|
|Bldg.3, Area 3|
|Bldg.4, Area 3 /Socio AV Large Hall|
|Area 4 (Faculties of Engineering Science, Environmental & Urban Engineering, Chemistry, Materials & Bioengineering; Center for Career Development Office for Science & Engineering (Bldg.1), Store)|
|Bldg.1, Area 4|
|Bldg.2, Area 4|
|Bldg.3, Area 4|
|Bldg.4, Area 4|
|Laboratory Bldg.1~6, Area 4|
|IWASAKI KINENKAN (English Language Instruction Network Center)|
|SHOBUNKAN (Graduate Schools, Graduate School of Professional Clinical Psychology, Center for Teaching & Learning) / Multimedia AV Large Hall|
|IBUNKAN (School of Law, Institute for Innovative Global Education, Open Research Center for Asian Studies, Cafeteria, Store)|
|KANBUNKAN (Museum, University Archival Gallery, Research Center for Naniwa-Osaka Studies, Institute of Human Rights Studies)|
|ENSHINKAN (Center for Information Technology)|
|Research Institute for Socionetwork Strategies, Economics & Commerce Researchers Office, International Education Support Office, Office for SUCCESS-Osaka Project Promotion|
|Frontier Sciences Core (Organization for Research & Development of Innovative Science & Technology(ORDIST); Center for Business, Government & Universities; Center for Intellectual Property)|
|Center for Innovation & Creativity|
|High Technology Research Core (Organization for Research & Development of Innovative Science & Technology(ORDIST))|
|KOJIMA KOREKATA-KAN (Institute of Economic & Political Studies, Institute of Oriental & Occidental Studies [Institute for Cultural Interaction Studies], Institute of Legal Studies, Psychological Services Center Senriyama Counseling Room)|
|SHIN-KANSAIDAIGAKU-KAIKAN North Bldg. (Center for Student Study & Counseling, Student Counseling Room, Center for Admissions, Medical Center, Center for Career Development), Hall|
|SHIN-KANSAIDAIGAKU-KAIKAN South Bldg. (Information Center; Division of Research Development; Division of Community & Business Partnerships; Center for Community Collaboration; Center for High Schoool & University Partnerships; The Organization for Education & Research Collaboration in Medical, Pharmaceutical & Engineering Sciences between Kansai University & Osaka Medical and Pharmaceutical University; Cashiers Division; Restaurant)|
|SHUREIRYO (International Student House)|
|Senriyama East Gymnasium|
|Senriyama Central Gymnasium (Store)|
|Senriyama Central Athletic Ground|
|KAISERS BASEBALL FIELD|
|Mediapark RINPUKAN (Student Support Division, Scholarships & Financial Aid Division, Volunteer Activities Support Division, Collaboration Commons, Cafeteria, Shops)|
|SEISHIKAN 2・3 (Clubrooms, Kansai University Mutual Aid Association Office)|
|SEISHIKAN 4 /KU Symphony Hall|
|GAIFUKAN / SEISHIKAN 5 (Athletics Clubrooms)|
|YURINKAN / SEISHIKAN 6 (Clubrooms)|
|SHIN-GAIFUKAN / SEISHIKAN 7 (Athletic Clubrooms, Sports Promotion Group)|
|YOSHINKAN / SEISHIKAN 8 (Sports Complex)|
|YUKYU NO NIWA (Open Space)|
|TAKAMATSUZUKA KOFUN "Ancient Tomb" Exhibition Room|
|ASUKA NO NIWA (Open Space)|
|HISHO NO NIWA (Japanese Garden)|
|SHINWAKAN (Hall, Cafeteria)|
|Kansai University Dai-ichi Senior High School|
|Kansai University Dai-ichi Junior High School|
|SHUREIKAN (Senior/Junior High School Gymnasium)|
|Kansai University Kindergarten|
|KANSAIDAIGAKU-KAIKAN (Administration Office, Kansai University Press)|
|Centenary Memorial Hall
(Swimming Pool, KANDAI Pansee)
|KOYUFUBOKAIKAN (Alumni & Alumnae Association, Parents' Association)|
A next-generation educational hub, fully equipped with advanced information technology functions to lead the new multi-media era
Faculty and Graduate School of Informatics
2-1-1 Ryozenji-cho, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka 569-1095
This campus of approximately 450,000 m2 is about 11 times the size of Hanshin Koshien Stadium, and it is located on a gentle hill halfway between Osaka and Kyoto that overlooks the Mount Ikoma mountain range in the distance. This naturally abundant campus is home to the Faculty of Informatics. In addition, the campus's Intelligent Space boasts state-of-the-art information equipment to lead the new multi-media era, providing an educational and research hub ideal for human resources in charge of the next generation. Also, the KOGAKUKAN seminar house is available for all students from faculties for training sessions or meetings. The campus also includes the Kansai University Takatsuki Ice Arena－which can be used year-round and is the first facility of its kind at a Japanese university－so the campus serves as a hub of not only regular physical education and extracurricular activities but also community involvement.
Take a Takatsuki City Bus from either Settsu-Tonda Station or Takatsuki Station on the JR Kyoto Line, get off at the Kansai Daigaku bus stop, and then walk for about a minute to Kansai University.
Access by Train
- Get off at either Takatsuki Station or Settsu-Tonda Station on the JR Kyoto Line, and then transfer to a Takatsuki City Bus.
- Get off at Takatsuki-shi Station on the Hankyu Railway Kyoto Line, walk about ten minutes to JR Takatsuki Station, and then transfer to a Takatsuki City Bus.
- Get off at Tonda Station on the Hankyu Railway Kyoto Line, walk about five minutes to JR Settsu-Tonda Station, and then transfer to a Takatsuki City Bus.
Access by Bus (Access from JR Takatsuki Station or JR Settsu-Tonda Station)
- Take a Takatsuki City Bus, get off at the Kansai Daigaku bus stop, and then walk for about a minute to Kansai University. (Required time: about 20 minutes, fare: 280 yen)
From JR Takatsuki Station: Take a bus bound for Kansai Daigaku from the north bus terminal (number 5).
From JR Settsu-Tonda Station: Take a bus bound for Kansai Daigaku, Hagitani, or Hagitani-Sogokoen from the north bus terminal (number 1).
* To get to KOGAKUKAN, the Ice Arena, or the Athletics Ground, get off at the Nishino-kuchi bus stop.
From JR Takatsuki Station:
From JR Settsu-Tonda Station:
Takatsuki Campus Map
Faculty of Informatics, Graduate School of Informatics
|Bldg.A (Faculty Office, Administration Office)|
|Bldg.B (Classrooms, Library)|
|Bldg.C (Computer Rooms, Studio, MonoLab, Student Service Station)|
|Bldg.D (Graduate School)|
|Bldg.F (Research Center for Networking)|
|Bldg.K (Seminar Rooms, Laboratories, Center for Career Development, Health Room)|
|Bldg.L (Cafeteria, Store)|
|Bldg.S (Student House)|
|Bldg.R (Research House)|
|Athletic Ground 1|
|Athletic Ground 2|
|KANSAI UNIVERSITY TAKATSUKI ICE ARENA|
|Athletic Ground 3 (Baseball Ground)|
|Seminar House KOUGAKUKAN|
Takatsuki Muse Campus
Only a short walk from the train station, this is an urban campus that contributes to society by focusing on the development of safe and secure living environments.
Faculty and Graduate School of Societal Safety Sciences
Kansai University Senior High School, Junior High School, and Elementary School
7-1 Hakubai-cho, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka 569-1098
This campus was established in April of 2010 at an ideal location near JR Takatsuki Station almost halfway between Osaka and Kyoto. It features a unique unified school program, containing the University’s elementary, junior high, and senior high schools as well as the Faculty and Graduate School of Societal Safety Sciences. Furthermore, to support Takatsuki City’s efforts to develop a safe and secure living environment, the campus facilities are equipped with disaster prevention technologies and resources, and can serve as an emergency shelter in case of disasters. The campus also aims to be a hub for lifelong learning, or an urban campus for social contribution, so its facilities include a children's library and lifelong learning center.
Access by Train
- Get off at Takatsuki Station on the JR Kyoto Line, and then walk about seven minutes.
- Get off at Takatsuki-shi Station on the Hankyu Railway Kyoto Line, and then walk about ten minutes.
Takatsuki Muse Campus Map
|East Bldg. (Kansai University Senior High/Junior High/ Elementary School)|
|West Bldg. (Faculty, Graduate School, Office)
Faculty of Societal Safety Sciences, Graduate School of Societal Safety Sciences
North Bldg. (Gymnasium, Restaurant)
With close ties to Sakai City, this campus is a base for community contribution where students and citizens interact and exchange ideas.
Faculty and Graduate School of Health and Well-being
1-11-1 Kaorigaoka-cho, Sakai-ku, Sakai-shi, Osaka 590-8515
Sakai Campus is located in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, a location designated as a major city by the Japanese government and one of the Kansai region's hubs. The campus was opened in 2010 in line with the city’s invitational project to higher education institutions, and the establishment of our Faculty of Health and Well-being followed. This campus of approx. 30,000 m2 is conveniently located next to Asakayama Station on the Koya Line of Nankai Electric Railway, and its education and research environment is intended to promote social contribution, such as cooperation with local communities and industry-government-academia collaboration.
In addition, the campus' unique facilities include the Facility for Experiential Learning Activities－which is used to research and develop active learning in school－and the Humor Science Research Center-Japan's first center devoted to studying laughter and humor.
This is also home to the Faculty of Health and Well-being, which teaches and researches human health in the areas of sports and welfare. The faculty actively implements programs to contribute to the local community through close ties with Sakai City and other local governments, and conducts a variety of support and partnership projects to help local residents enjoy a healthier and richer lifestyle.
Access by Train
- Get off at Asakayama Station on the Nankai Electric Railway Koya Line, and then walk about one minute.
Sakai Campus Map
Faculty of Health & Well-being, Graduate School of Health & Well-being
|Bldg.A (Classrooms, Center for Career Development, Office, Health Room)|
|Bldg.B (Classrooms, Library, Cafeteria, Store)|
|Gymnasium (Arena, Budo & Fitness Gym, Training Room)|
|Facility for Experiential Learning Activities|
|Evergreen (Open Space)|
This easily accessible campus is home to the University's junior and senior high schools.
Kansai University Hokuyo Junior High School and Senior High School
1-3-26 Kamishinjo, Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 533-0006
The Hokuyo Campus, which is conveniently located near Hankyu Railway Kami-shinjo Station, is the home of the University's junior and senior high schools, both of which focus on bringing the best out of each student to develop their individuality and potential.
Access by Train
- Get off at Kami-shinjo Station on the Hankyu Railway Kyoto Line, and then walk about eight minutes.
- Get off at Shimo-shinjo Station on the Hankyu Railway Senri Line, and then walk about 13 minutes.
- Get off at JR-Awaji Station on the JR Osaka Higashi Line, and then walk about 15 minutes.
Hokuyo Campus Map
|Kansai University Hokuyo Senior High School|
|Kansai University Hokuyo Junior High School (Office)|
KANDAI Me RISE (KANDAI MIRAIZU),
an urban hub that symbolizes all those connected to Kandai who aim to take up key roles in the future
Umeda Campus Office
- Startup Support
- KANDAI Me RISE Club
- Public lectures: Umeda MeRISE Open College
Center for Career Development Umeda Office
1-5 Tsuruno-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, 530-0014
The Umeda Campus was established in October of 2016 as a new hub where the University, communities, and general society can develop further, under the concept of providing places to think and act－to foster individuals who can lead, connect, initiate, and create. This eight-floor facility serves as an environment that connects communities, students, members of society, and the University while providing a wide range of intellectual contents.
A bookstore and cafés－which serve as the face of this open campus－have been constructed on the first and second floors to provide venues for many people to meet and interact with both University insiders and others, particularly at Startup Café Osaka, which is on the second floor and acts as a site to support entrepreneurs. The café offers space to facilitate seminars and consultation meeting. These offer participants the opportunity to learn directly from active entrepreneurs and other professionals, and the café helps to promote a startup mindset in the Kansai region. This is to encourage successful startups by both current students and members of society. On the third floor, there is a membership-only club for interaction between different industries. This acts as a site for idea exchange, where a wide variety of people can expand their personal networks and create new business. Finally, the Center for Career Development Umeda Office on the fifth floor provides practical support for job-seeking students by acting as a job-hunting site targeting business centers in the Kansai region
In addition, the campus takes advantage of its location in Umeda－sometimes viewed as a gateway to Osaka－to provide various educational and lifelong learning programs for members of society. The Umeda Campus utilizes the educational and research achievements of Kansai University and actively coordinates with the local community to respond to the increasingly sophisticated and diverse needs of education aimed at future concerns. It aims to energize not only Osaka, but the whole of Japan.
Access by Train
- Get off at Hankyu Railway Osaka-umeda Station, and then walk about five minutes.
- Get off at JR Osaka Station, and then walk about eight minutes.
Umeda Campus Map
|1F||BOOK & CAFE|
|4F||KANDAI Me RISE Lab(Multipurpose room)|
|5F||Center for Career Development|
|6/7F||Retraining and life-long learning for adults|
|8F||KANDAI Me RISE Hall|
Minami-Senri International Plaza
A hub for promoting internationalization based on the concept of “learning together through cross-cultural exchange”.
Kansai University Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka)
1-2-20 Satakedai, Suita-shi, Osaka 565-0855
Kansai University opened Minami-Senri International Plaza in April of 2012 as part of its new internationalization initiative, establishing a location for both educational facilities and a dormitory for international students attending the Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka).
This plaza aims not only to provide opportunities for both international students and domestic students of Kansai University to share interactive experiences, but also to involve local residents of the Minami-Senri area under the concept of "learning together through cross-cultural communication". Some domestic students from the University also live in the dormitory as Resident Assistants to support international students with their daily lives.
In addition, by attending Bekka, students learn Japanese and acquire IT literacy through the use of technology and the e-learning system inside and outside of classes. For this purpose, the classroom building is fully equipped with Wi-Fi, along with spaces to relax and socialize such as the terrace, patio, and communal areas of the dormitory.
Access by Train
- Get off at Minami-senri Station on the Hankyu Railway Senri Line, and then walk about five minutes.
Minami-Senri International Plaza Map
Japanese Language & Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka)
|International Plaza Hall|
Kansai University’s center in the Tokyo metropolitan area
9F Sapia Tower, 1-7-12 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0005
Tel. +81-3-3211-1670 (main)
Based on the concept of “knowledge entertainment”, which helps develop people’s talents, the Tokyo Center conducts various activities aimed at increasing the ability of Kansai University to produce and acquire human resources capable of succeeding in the future, meaningfully interacting, and energizing the world.
The Tokyo Center acts as an information communication base for the Tokyo metropolitan area, effectively supporting the power of knowledge and people from Kansai University and ensuring the ability to contribute to the improvement of five abilities: (1) the ability of students to find work, (2) the unifying force of alumni, (3) the ability to cooperate with business people, (4) the intellectual power of members of society, and (5) the appeal of researchers.
The biggest advantage for students visiting the Tokyo metropolitan area is that the Tokyo Center is located right next to JR Tokyo Station. This makes it easier for students to connect with the center when visiting the area for job hunting, seminars, club activities, and other pursuits. The center is equipped with computers and lounge areas as well as luggage storage and changing rooms. The center also issues student discount certificates and various other documentation.
The Tokyo Center also holds public lectures and seminars for both alumni and the general public and strives to contribute to society and promote industry-academia cooperation activities in the Tokyo metropolitan area. At the same time, the center provides up-to-date, highly practical planning services and strives to create contents aimed at creating bonds between the University and alumni.
Access by Train
- Connected to JR Tokyo Station (Nihonbashi Gate).
- Connected to Tokyo Metro Otemachi Station (Exit B7).
Kansai University Japan-EU Research Center
The Kansai University Japan-EU Research Center was established on November 4th, 2006 at the University of Leuven, Belgium, to commemorate the 120th anniversary of Kansai University. The center supports the promotion of joint research and academic exchange in various fields at Kansai University and European universities including the University of Leuven. It is also tasked with facilitating mutual exchange between Japan and Europe.
Kansai University Shanghai Office
The Kansai University Shanghai Office began operations in January 2011 as the university's second overseas office. Located within the Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University, a KU partner institution, it is dedicated to publicizing Kansai University's academic research, and community-involvement programs, and building contacts with local universities. Its responsibilities include conducting PR activities in Shanghai and other Chinese cities; and exploring collaboration opportunities with KU alumni in the region.
Kansai University Bangkok Office
The Kansai University Bangkok Office opened in October 2011 as the university's third overseas office. It is located in Chulalongkorn University, one of Kansai University's partner institutions. Its responsibilities include promoting study opportunities at Kansai University－including the Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka)－to prospective students, conducting academic exchange programs with partner and other universities in Thailand, organizing international symposia, workshops, and other events, and exploring and collaboration opportunities with KU alumni in the region.
Kansai University Taiwan Office
The Kansai University Taiwan Office was founded in April 2012 as the university's fourth overseas office. It is located within Cheng Shiu University, a KU partner institution based in Kaohsiung City. Its responsibilities include publicizing Kansai University's academic research, and community-involvement programs, promoting its Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka) and other study opportunities to prospective students, and facilitating communication among local alumni.
Kansai University Beijing Office
The Kansai University Beijing office was established in November 2012 at Beijing Foreign Studies University, one of KU's partner institutions. It is Kansai University's fifth overseas office, and is tasked with facilitating academic and research collaborations between the two institutions, supporting a remote lecture system and promoting study opportunities at KU to prospective students.
- Senriyama East Gymnasium
- Senriyama Central Gymnasium
- Mediapark RINPUKAN
- KU Symphony Hall
- SENRIYAMA KITAHIROBA
- Senri Hall A・B
- BIG Hall 100
- Socio AV Large Hall
- Multimedia AV Large Hall
- SHINWAKAN (Hall, Cafeteria)
- Centenary Memorial Hall
- KANSAI UNIVERSITY TAKATSUKI ICE ARENA
- Senriyama Central Athletic Ground
- KAISERS BASEBALL FIELD