TUJ Activities

The university sponsors a variety of events and activities throughout the semester, including culture and language exchange programs, day outings, and overnight trips. These activities are designed to cultivate social relations among our diverse university community and advance the university’s mission as an international institution in Japan.

Latest News & Updates

New Spring 2021 Activities Schedule

Since it seems like the Japanese Government will extend the state of emergency, we have decided to cancel the original activities and switch to a lineup of exciting and safe activities inside of the Tokyo metropolitan area! Check them out here!

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: About Spring 2021 Activities

In light of the current situation regarding COVID-19 in Japan, our office has decided to:

  • Continue offering a full-slate of extracurricular activities, but postpone the start of our activities until February 7th (This impacts just one scheduled activity — Sports Night)
  • Postpone registration day until February 4th at 7:00 AM for activities after February 7th
  • Cancel the overnight trips for safety purposes (Nikko Snow Festival and Nagano & Shibu Onsen)
  • Move forward with activities after February 7th in the following manner:

If the Japanese government decides to lift the emergency state: we will carry out the originally scheduled activities. Instead of the overnight trips, our office will prepare two day trips.

If the Japanese government decides to extend the emergency state: we will cancel the originally scheduled activities. But, there is so much to do inside of the Tokyo metropolitan area that we will switch to a lineup of exciting and safe activities inside of the metropolitan area. Naturally, we will follow the safety measures recommended by the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare in conjunction with these activities.

We will keep you updated via email as we adapt to the guidance of local officials and authorities. In the meantime, do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.