Expenses・Dormitory Student Association activities・School Meals, etc.
When students enter the dormitory, they are required to pay the boarding fee, dormitory student association membership fee, dormitory management fee, and dormitory meal fee necessary for daily life. The dormitory association membership fee is paid once a year (in April), the boarding fee and school dormitory management fee are paid twice a year (in April and October) together with the tuition , and the dormitory meal fee need to be paid directly to the school meal supplier every month.
Dormitory Expenses Breakdown
The following expenses are necessary for daily life in the dormitory.
|Boarding fee||Shared room||(Per month) 700 yen|
|Single room||(Per month) 800 yen|
|Dormitory management fee||(First term, April)
(International Dormitory is 56,400 yen)
|Utility and miscellaneous expenses (hygiene, kitchen utensils, consumables)
Dormitory cleaning, rubbish disposal
Fuel oil for heating
|(Second term, October)
(International Dormitory 84,600 yen)
|Dormitory meal fee||Meal expenses||（Per day） 860 yen
※ Depends on number of meal days
|Other expenses||（Per day） 303 yen
※Depends on number of days dormitory open
|Personnel, utilities, hygiene, and other costs related to the kitchen|
|Dormitory student association membership fee||3,000 yen per year|
The average monthly fee including dormitory meal is about 30,000 yen (33,000 yen for International Dormitory)
- The dormitory management fee is set on the assumption that the annual fee will be paid in full, and will be collected in two installments, the first and second semesters. As a general rule, the dormitory management fee is not refundable (except in the case of damage to the building caused by a natural disaster or eviction due to renovation).
- In the event that a student leaves the dormitory in the middle of the month or does not require meals for special reasons (hereinafter referred to as "missed meals") the Meal expenses (860 yen per day) will be refunded for the period.
- Dormitory boarding and meal fees may change during of the year due to price fluctuations.
- Please note that students who have not paid their meal fees may not be allowed to stay in the dormitory.
Dormitory fees for the 2022 academic year are yet to be determined but are expected to increase by approximately 3,000-4,000 yen per month.
Dormitory facilities overview
Shared facilities (communal areas)
1 large dining room (for lower-grader students), 1 small dining room (for upper-grader students)
1 large bathroom (lower-grader students), 1 small bathroom (upper-grader students)
1 Central Lounge (shared)
Men's Dormitory Buildings (Bldg. A and W)
Kitchen (1 room per floor), lounge (1 room per floor)
Laundry room (1 room in each building), study room (1 room in each building)
Washroom and Toilet (1 on each floor, 2 on each floor in W building)
Women's Dormitory Buildings (Bldg. S and B)
Kitchen(1 room per floor), lounge (1 room per floor)
Laundry and drying room (1 room in each building), bath (1 room on the 1st floor of S building), shower room (1 room on each floor of Bldg. B)
Washroom and Toilet (1 on each floor)
Mixed International Dormitory (Bldg. E: 3F, 4F; Bldg. I and N)
Kitchen area (one per floor)
Lounge area (1 per floor)
Laundry and drying room (1 per floor)
Shower room (1 per floor)
Washroom and Toilet (1 per floor)
※ It is possible to board the Bldg. I from April 2022, Bldg. N from September 2022
Activities of the Dormitory Students' Association
The Dormitory Students' Association was established for the purpose of fostering the personal development of dormitory students through the autonomous management of dormitory life, and to promote friendship among students.
General President, Deputy President, Secretary, Treasurer, Heads of Dormitory building, Heads of Committees, Representative of Supervising Students
ports, Culture, Hygiene, Welfare, Anti-crime and disaster prevention, Recycling, Election management, Dormitory festival organization, Networking, Dormitory meals
Boarders are provided with a meal from Sunday dinner to Friday lunch.
Students who, for any reason, go out or stay overnight during the week and do not require a meal, must report their absence. （Notification must be submitted to the dormitory meal supplier at least 4 days in advance)
Friday dinner and Sunday lunch are available to students by paying cash on the spot.