International Christian University is located in Mitaka City, a suburban community adjacent to Tokyo.The campus is a wooded area of 638,000 m2, one of the most spacious in Japan.
Major buildings include: the Library; University Hall (Honkan); the Education and Research Building, which houses faculty offices; Diffendorfer Memorial Hall; Physical Education Center; Sports Club House; the ICU Church; Dining Hall (Dialogue House); and student dormitories.
At the dining hall, a mix of Japanese, Western and Chinese foods are offered at reasonable prices (¥400-700). Please note that the variety of food may be limited. The Dining Hall offers lunch every day, and dinner service until 7 p.m. on weekdays but does NOT offer breakfast service. On Saturdays, Sundays and July 20, they do NOT offer Dinner service. Vegetarians, or those with dietary restrictions, should be warned that meat, often pork, is used in many of the dishes here. The Dining Hall is the only facility on campus serving meals and its operation hours are open to change.
Participants should be aware that all university offices and facilities, except those directly related to the Summer Course, are closed for a two week summer vacation during the months of July and August. The Summer Course Office makes every effort to see that students are not unduly hampered by these closures.
For the details: http://www.icu.ac.jp/en/about/
Since 2011, the number of international flights in and out of Haneda airport has been increasing rapidly. If it is possible to get a direct flight to Haneda, we highly recommend it. As Haneda is more conveniently located, it takes less time to travel to ICU. You will arrive fresh and ready for the intensive Japanese courses. Additionally, the airport is very new and easy to use. Please note the on-campus dorms are not available until July 5, 2017.