Having passed down 147 years of history and tradition of Doshisha
The Imadegawa campus is located on the site where Doshisha was founded 147 years ago. The camupus building of the Meiji era, such as the Doshisha Chapel, Shoeikan, Yushukan, Harris Science Hall, and Clarke Memorial Hall are designated as cultural properties of national importance, keeping in harmony with the modern buildings on the campus constructed in the Taisho and early Showa era.
These buildings stand as a living museum, a testament to the history and development of university education in Japan through the years from the Meiji era to the present day.
About 20,000 students are now studying on this campus, which has a total area of 97,000 square meters.
Karasuma-higashi-iru, Imadegawa-dori, Kamigyo-ku,
※Please address all inquiries and correspondence to the Imadegawa Campus.
Imadegawa Campus : Karasuma-higashi-iru, Imadegawa-dori, Kamigyo-ku,
Telephone : +81-75-251-3120 (Department of Public Relations)
- Amherst House [Registered Tangible Cultural Property]
- Guest House
- Keimeikan [Registered Tangible Cultural Property]
- Repository Of Neesima Memorabilia
- Divinity Hall
- Chienkan (Under Reconstruction)
- Yushukan [Important Cultural Property]
- Clarke Memorial Hall [Important Cultural Property]
- Harris Science Hall [Important Cultural Property]
- Doshisha Chapel [Important Cultural Property]
- Shoeikan [Important Cultural Property]
Poetic Tablets Yun Dongju
Poetic Tablets Chong Chiyong
Campus Map (PDF)
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Campus Map (JPG)
Doshisha University Imadegawa Campus