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Meiji University Museum, Chiyoda
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Meiji University is a private university with campuses in Tokyo and Kawasaki, founded in 1881 by three lawyers of the Meiji era, Kishimoto Tatsuo, Miyagi Kōzō, and Yashiro Misao. It is one of the largest and most prestigious Japanese universities in Tokyo.The University has nine faculties with a total of approximately 33,000 students on three campuses in Ochanomizu in Chiyoda, Tokyo, the Izumi neighborhood of Suginami-ku, Tokyo, and the Ikuta neighborhood of Tama-ku, Kawasaki. The university is one of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's (MEXT) thirteen "Global 30" Project universities, which as of 2014 is called the Super Global Universities program.OrganizationUndergraduate schoolsSchool of LawDepartment of LawDepartment of CommerceDepartment of Political ScienceDepartment of EconomicsDepartment of Regional AdministrationDepartment of LiteratureDepartment of History and GeographyDepartment of Social PsychologyDepartment of Electrical EngineeringDepartment of Electronics and Communication EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringDepartment of Precision EngineeringDepartment of ArchitectureDepartment of Industrial ChemistryDepartment of Information ScienceDepartment of MathematicsDepartment of PhysicsDepartment of AgricultureDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsDepartment of Agricultural ChemistryDepartment of Life SciencesDepartment of Business AdministrationDepartment of AccountingDepartment of Public ManagementDepartment of Information and CommunicationDepartment of Global Japanese Studies
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  • Rock Hotel ruins rewrites the history of Japan textbook exhibition was very comfortable and was very impressive. Not only from the lithic reduction that Japan had no stone age, found in the rock Inn, discoverer and steadily and deliberately went forward excavations and research are worth the high academic and impressed as a human drama. I think new research results have been updated at all times, it is best for the Museum.
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  • In the basement of the building Academy common of Meiji University. B1 B2 are exhibits of archaeology and criminal and, history of exhibition hall and exhibition. Know the history of the region and Japan is interesting. Open also on Saturday and is free. Very few seem to be also crowded with people not in the easy-to-get.
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  • Torture Museum was very impressive. However, the replica was a little bit disappointing. Besides rapidly or archaeological exhibition and quite enjoyable.
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  • The cafeteria at 17th floor of the Liberty Tower gives you a nice view of central Tokyo and a cheap lunch/dinner
  • My uncle is a graduate. I had loved so well. It was a serious personality. Graduated from different universities themselves, but synchronization company Meiji University graduates are all personality. It was also, again studying and attended a school teacher who is also the great Meiji University OB. This is the impression of a serious of tenacious.
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  • Three mangekyou is Meiji University OB. Graduated before one is aware about 40-60 years old they will have, but still go 6 University baseball and Rugby sporting siblings in once in a while, you are excited. At the sight of students are working in various circles nowadays has changed with the image of the old University of the fine. I am proud that the OB at this University.
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  • Meiji is divided into three campuses, the personality that stands out each. A vast natural Ikuta. Izumi's way, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Kichijoji, shimokita in proximity to the lush green. I think though, as opposed to surugadai is very very central downtown and forming intelligent building group still retains the old Memorial Hall. Tea-water station Meiji Street area looks like an extension of the campus can also be preferred. Numerous cafes, cafeteria, second-hand bookshops, ski shop, music store, goods and information gathering, have shaped a unique atmosphere.
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  • Graduated successfully in March this year the children through it, called parents ' Association annual meeting here that was done every time. Even if parents ' Association you are looking for is lunch in the school cafeteria. On the floor of the skyscraper that liberty tower above, refers to as the self-proclaimed "Sky Lounge". You 座rereba by the window enjoying the scenery around meals. Will ate a lot cheaper, and there are not many types of menu and taste is so-so, but not too much cafeteria where meals are 1 1. It after a small number of students. Asked why children, and around Iloilo are many that do not need to use the cafeteria, too. Judging from the students is not cheap price. We recommend you stop by during a visit, in the basement torture instrument display. Also OB Aku memorials.
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