Tsuda University -Sendagaya Campus- 

Tsuda University -Sendagaya Campus-

1-18-24 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0051


Tsuda University was founded as one of the first institutions of higher education for women in Japan in 1900 by Umeko Tsuda, a pioneering woman educator. Ever since Umeko Tsuda paved the way, thousands of Tsuda University graduates have been making a difference, bringing both small, and immediate changes in local environments, and large transformations with international impact.

Access to the Venue

The venue is located near Sendagaya Station (1 min walk) and Kokuritsu-kyogijyo Station (3 min walk).

From Tokyo Station to Tsuda University Sendagaya Campus, it takes approx. 20 minutes, including transfer time.

Click here for more information about access to Tsuda University.

From Airports to Sendagaya Station

  • From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) 

  • From Narita Airport

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