My dorm campus thing

My dorm campus thing

Written by sonicsuns

Topics: Everything, Tips

As I’ve mentioned before, I attended Tokyo Gakugei University. But I’ve never lived at the Gakugei dorms. Instead I live about 10 minutes away (by bike), at the Hitotsubashi International Village, which is also called the Kodaira kokusai kampasu. It’s located in Kodaira, which is part of Tokyo. Train-wise, it’s near the Hitotsubashi-Gakuen train station, which is one stop down from Kokubunji, which is on the Chuo line.
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/Anyway, The Village…(wait…if my place of residence can be referred to as “The Village”, does that make me one of The Village People?)
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/Anyway, The Campus is home to students from several universities, including Hitotsubashi and Gakugei. (So yes, there’s a school called Hitotsubashi, which has other locations besides the the Hitotsubashi International Village.) There are a lot of foreign exchange students, but there are some locals as well. Everyone is a college student, though some are adults returning to college after they’ve already started a family. They get a special family-oriented building. The rest of us have normal dorm rooms.
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/If you want to know what my room looks like, check out my post on the subject. I’m in Building C, room 402.
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/Below is a video tour of the campus, in two parts. It’s really shaky, so if you don’t like the video tour just scroll down for the still pictures.
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