Other Facilities

University Hall

The University Hall can be used as a place for students and faculty members to interact, for student club activities, for research presentations, concerts, and other services. The Hall includes meeting rooms, Japanese rooms, and halls.

The Hall also includes facilities to enrich student life, such as dining rooms and stores for purchasing books, stationery, and articles for daily use.

Floor Facility Name Summary Business Hours
1 Shop Sells books, stationary, everyday articles, and various tickets 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Travel Agency JR railway tickets, airline tickets, and hotel reservations 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Lounge Rest, conversation, etc. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cashing Service Corner (Post Office)
Cashing Service Corner (Yokohama Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking)
10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
3 Meeting Room Training, study groups, meetings, etc. (Approx. 40 people)  
(Japanese Room)
Japanese music, tea ceremony, flower arrangement, etc. (Approx. 25 people), (10 and 7.5 tatami-mat rooms)  
Office Room with Hall management staff  
4 Hall Meetings, lectures, concerts, plays, etc. (Approx. 340 people)  
(Japanese room)
Japanese music, tea ceremony, flower arrangement, etc. (Approx. 40 people) (12 and 12.3 tatami-mat rooms)  

Operating hours

  1. The Hall is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in August)
  2. The Hall is closed on the following days:
    1. a. Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays as proscribed by law
    2. b. University Foundation Day (planned)
    3. c. August 12 to August 18
    4. d. December 28 to January 4 of the next year
    5. e. January 14 to January 16
    6. f. February 25 to February 26 - March 12 to March 13

Using the Hall and other facilities

To use the Hall, Meeting Rooms, Tokiwa, or Kamome facilities, you must complete the application form and obtain approval.

  1. Application for approval
    • Applications are accepted at the Hall office for the use of the Hall from one month before up until four days before (or up until two weeks before for the Assembly Hall). If the Hall director gives special permission, however, exceptions can be made.
    • The request forms can be found at the University Hall Office.
    • Fill out the necessary items, enter the name of the direct supervisor, imprint your seal, and turn the form in to the Hall Office.
    • Forms can be turned in from Monday through Friday, from 2 to 4 p.m.
  2. When using the facilities, be sure to follow the "Yokohama National University Hall Usage Regulations".

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Student Support Facilities

The University actively encourages the independent extracurricular activities of students, while offering full-fledged exercise facilities, shared club facilities, and others. Students can use these facilities and participate in the clubs of their choice, and discover their own possibilities by interacting with faculty members, seniors and friends.

Physical Education Facilities

Facility Names Location Notes
Gymnasium Arena Northern district of Tokiwadai Basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, and gymnastics
Judo hall Judo, Shorinji Kempo, and karate
Kendo hall Kendo and fencing
Dance hall Various research, exercise, and modern dance
Training room Treadmills and other equipment
Athletics field Southern district of Tokiwadai 400 m track and field
Baseball field 1 field
Lawn tennis court 6 omni courts and 4 clay courts
Swimming pool 50 m, 8 courses
Football field Soccer, rugby, and American football
Volleyball courts 3 courts
Handball courts 2 courts
Archery field 1 field
Small athletic field Northern district of Tokiwadai Can be used for a variety of types of exercise
Multipurpose athletic field Can be used for a variety of types of exercise
Japanese archery field Japanese archery

Shared Cultural Club Facilities

Category Number of Rooms Main Use
Meeting rooms 16 Storage of equipment, office work, communication, planning, and discussions for each club (one meeting room and three equipment storage rooms are treated as one block, with three clubs sharing each meeting room, for a total of 12 blocks usable by 36 clubs)
Equipment storage rooms 40
Large practice room 1 Practicing music, performance arts, art, and other clubs
Each club's meetings
Medium practice rooms 2
Partial practice rooms 6
Japanese room 1 Practicing tea ceremony, flower arrangement, Japanese music, and other clubs
Industrial work room 1 Industrial work for fine arts, drama, and other clubs
Material creation room 2 Material creation for various clubs
Student newspaper room 1 Editing newspapers and the storage of materials and equipment
Darkroom 1 Developing, printing, and enlarging photographs, and so on
Group liaison room 2 Office work related to sports events
Changing room 4  
Office 1  

Shared Physical Education Club Facilities

Category Number of Rooms Main Use
Management office 1  
Shared conversation room 2 Communication, meetings, conferences, and committees for each club
Shared room 7 Office work, communication, planning, and meetings for each club
Equipment storage room 1 Storage of large equipment for each club
Changing and shower room 2  

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Shops and Dining

Cafeteria I (Cherche)

Open: Monday to Friday 11:00 – 14:30

Commonly called “Ichi Shoku ”
This cafeteria offers a variety of menus including Korean-style grilled and salted kalbi rib beef, deep-fried chicken, hamburger steak, pasta, à la carte dishes such as tofu served cold, and hijiki, salad bar and cakes.
This is a cafeteria-style dining hall where you can select your favorite menu and pay at the cashier at the end.

Cafeteria II (College of Engineering Science Cafeteria)

Open: Monday to Friday 11:00 – 14:30

Located in the College of Engineering Science area near the West Gate, and commonly called “Ni Shoku”
This is a cafeteria-style dinning hall where you can select your favorite menu and pay at the casher at the end.


Open: Monday to Friday 12:00 – 15:00

This is a café located on the ground floor in the Central Library
Here you can enjoy variety of delicious coffees such as Café Mocha, Caramel Latte and tasty cakes while looking out on the main street.

S-Garden (LAWSON)

LAWSON  7:00 – 22:00

University Coop Lunch Box

Open: Monday to Friday (Times differ according to sales location.)
Sales locations: College of Engineering Science Lecture Hall A, University Hall, Seagull, and Cafeteria II
There are about 23 types of lunch boxes for sale including three-flavor chicken tsukune bowl, mabo karaage bowl, Chinese bowl, and Korean-style grilled beef bowl, etc. There are regular menus as well as menus that change on a daily basis.

Wada Ben

Open: Monday to Friday 11:30 – 13:00 * closes when sold out
Sales location: 1st floor lobby in the College of Engineering Science, Lecture Hall A
This is a lunch box created during a student project for promoting town development of Wada-machi. The Wada Ben is one way of introducing people to the tasty food and people of Wada-machi in the surrounding area of Yokohama National University.
Wada Ben offers the taste of home cooking, which is particularly welcomed by students living alone. Includes omelette-rice lunch box, and a lunch box with stewed meat or seafood, rice seasoned with soy sauce, and other savory vegetables.

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