Faculty Club Hiroshima University

Source: https://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/centers/welfare_facilities/faculty_club

Faculty Club Hiroshima University was established for several purposes, including to facilitate academic exchange, to contribute to educational research within the university and academic and cultural exchange between the university and the community, and to promote friendship and interaction among faculty members, students and alumni.


Intended Users Faculty Club Hiroshima University

Faculty Club Hiroshima University is used for:

  • Faculty members and their guests
  • Persons from outside the university with business on campus who have been introduced by faculty members
  • Others given permission by the President of the University


Hours and Closings  Faculty Club Hiroshima University

  • Closed: December 28 – January 4

*On the following days, even persons who are allowed to use the hall must obtain permission to enter the Higashi-Hiroshima campus:

-Days when the National Center Test for University Admissions are held
-Days when General Selection is held

  • Hours: Conference rooms and the reception hall are generally open from 8:30 to 21:00

Lodging facilities are generally open for use from 16:00 to 10:00 for up to five days (can be extended to up to a maximum of 10 days)



Conference Rooms and Reception hall

  • Reservations and applications for use can be made as many as six months in advance and up to the day before use.
  • Reservations can be made on the “Iroha” (campus portal).
  • If applying to use shared equipment, make mention of it when making reservations.

Lodging facilities
To use the lodging facilities, submit the application form along with the fees to the Common Administrative Services Office (payment must be made up front).


Contact the restaurant, La Boheme, directly.


For detail about Faculty Club Hiroshima University please visit: https://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/centers/welfare_facilities/faculty_club

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