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International Student Dormitory

Kyoto iUP students are guaranteed accommodation in the university's international dormitory for the first 12 months of the program. This year iUP students are living in Hyakumanben International House, which is located on the west side of the Hyakuma...

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The Kyoto University Museum

The Kyoto University Museum is one of the largest university museums in Japan. Its collection currently consists of 2.6 million specimens, including national treasures and important cultural properties. Kyoto University students are offered free admi...

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Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2019 is coming soon. Dr. Akira Yoshino, a graduate of Kyoto University's Faculty of Engineering, will receive this year's chemistry prize. Since Dr. Hideki Yukawa received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1949 as the first...

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Yoshida South Library

Yoshida South Library is the closest and most frequently used library for Kyoto University students taking Liberal Arts and Sciences courses. Over 700,000 materials including valuable and historical collections help your study and research. Study spa...

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CO-OP Cafeteria

CO-OP cafeteria is one of the most popular lunch spots among Kyoto University students. They are open every day except national holidays not only at lunchtime but also in the late afternoon and evening. Various nutritious meals including Halal and ve...

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Student Lounge KI-ZU-NA

Student Lounge KI-ZU-NA (KIZUNA), meaning "bonds" in Japanese, is a place for students to create bonds of friendship across borders. KIZUNA welcomes all Kyoto University members to spend time together and join or organize cross-cultural activities. F...

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