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Hitotsubashi University International Dormitory

Currently, the University of Electro-Communications does not have a fixed number of rooms in the Hitotsubashi University International Dormitory. If you wish to move in, please contact the International Student Office.

Located in Kodaira City in the Tokyo metropolitan area, this dormitory houses Japanese and international students attending Hitotsubashi University, as well as international students studying at Tokyo Gakugei University, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, and UEC. The rooms allotted for UEC international students include 80 single rooms, four rooms for married couples, and five rooms for families. While each single room has a toilet and washstand, the kitchens and shower rooms are communal. The living period is up to two years. The closest stations are Hitotsubashi Gakuen Station on the Seibu Tamako railway line or Shin-Kodaira Station on the JR Musashino railway line, and the commute from UEC is about one hour and 15 minutes. The expenses (monthly) borne by residents are as listed below (valid as of March 2010). For more information, please ask at International Student Section. Please note that an application is accepted on condition that the applicant enrolls in the National Health Insurance scheme and a fire insurance plan.


Room Category (a) Rent (b) Common
Facilities Fee
(c) ISDAK Fee Departure
Total (a + b + c)
Single ¥24,000 ¥2,900 ¥2,000 ¥12,000 ¥28,900
Married Couple ¥49,000 ¥2,900 ¥2,000 ¥33,000 ¥53,900
Family ¥64,000 ¥2,900 ¥2,000 ¥46,000 ¥68,900

Note: The utility fees for such things as electricity, water, telephone, and the Internet for each individual room, and fees for the electricity and water of the common areas, must be personally borne by the resident according to use. In addition, fire insurance must be purchased at the time of occupancy.

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Created: January 27, 2011 / Last modified:December 18, 2023