Venue


    - Sapporo

    Clark Memorial Student Center

    The Clark Memorial Student Center was established to honor the achievements of Dr. William S. Clark, to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the university's foundation, and as a students' hall that serves as a base for campus life and extracurricular activities. The Center was completed in December 1959 and opened in September 1960 as one of the first student halls in Japan. The purposes of the Center are to improve interpersonal relations among students and with faculty members and graduates, promote extracurricular activities and improve the knowledge of students, as well as to improve the welfare of students and faculty members.

    Homepage: https://www.oia.hokudai.ac.jp/about/facilities/event-and-seminar-spaces/clark-memorial-student-center/

    Location:

      

    - Hakodate

      The invited/tutorial sessions will be held in Future University-Hakodate(floor map). The theme of the unique
      university building is 'openness', which is a concept that is carried through into the university's
      education. The building has won the Architectural Institute of Japan's award and many other
      architectural awards. Furthermore, the night view of Hakodate from the university is splendid.
      There is also a nature reserve next to the university, which is ideal for relaxing walks.