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International Residence Halls

We have international residence halls at both Kofu Campus and Medical Campus. Those residence halls were established for cultural exchanges amongst international students.

When the number of residence applicants exceeds the quota, drawing will be carried out.  

You are allowed live in the Kofu International Residence Hall and its Kaiji Branch for one year in principle, and you may live in the Kofu International Residence Hall ANEX, during the time while you are enrolled in the University.

University of Yamanashi International Residence Hall (Kofu)

◎ Kofu International Residence Hall

Location:180,  Iwakubo-cho, Kofu, Yamanashi, 400-0013, Japan (15 minutes on foot from Kofu Campus)
Contact Information:055-252-1122
Structure: Three-story reinforced concrete construction
Rooms: Single rooms (36), Married couple rooms (2), Family rooms (2)
Communal Facilities: the Lounge, the Japanese room, the Multi-purpose hall, the Reference room, Dining rooms (on each floor), the Laundry room.

   


◎ Kofu International Residence Hall (Kaiji Branch)

Location:4-2-5 Takeda, Kofu, Yamanashi, 400-0016, Japan (5 minutes on foot from Kofu Campus)
Contact Information:055-220-8047
Rooms: Single Rooms (5)


   


◎ Kofu International Residence Hall (ANEX)

Location:180,  Iwakubo-cho, Kofu, Yamanashi, 400-0013, Japan (15 minutes on foot from Kofu Campus)
Contact Information:055-252-1122
Structure: Three-story reinforced concrete construction
Rooms: Single rooms (38)
Communal Facilities: the Dining rooms, the Laundry rooms and the Bathrooms (on each floor)

   

International Residence Hall (Tamaho)

Location:3051-1, Shimokato, Chuo, Yamanashi 409-3839 Japan (East side of Medical Campus, and 5 minutes on foot from Medical Campus)
Contact Information:055-273-1111
Structure: Three-story reinforced concrete construction
Rooms: Single rooms (12), Married Couple rooms (6), Family rooms (5)
Communal Facilities: the Reception room, the Lounge, thr Laundry room

※You are allowed to live in the Hall, during the time while you are enrolled in Medical School.