AY 2022 Entrance Ceremony (For Students Enrolling in April 2022)
Updated: March 10, 2022
Two ceremonies will be held, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, due to limitations on admission capacity.
We will rigorously implement measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the ceremony.
Note: Attending the ceremony is optional. Students are not required to attend.
Venue: Nippon Budokan (Chiyoda City, Tokyo)
|Faculty/Graduate School||Ceremony Time|
Faculty of Letters, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts,
Faculty of Life Sciences, Faculty of Food and Nutritional Sciences,
Faculty of Human Life Design, Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design
and all Graduate Schools
Open: 9:30 a.m. (scheduled)
Start: 10:30 a.m.
Close: 11:30 a.m. (scheduled)
|Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Sociology,
Faculty of Global and Regional Studies and Faculty of International Tourism Management
Open: 1:00 p.m. (scheduled)
Start: 2:00 p.m.
Close: 3:00 p.m. (scheduled)
⧫ Points to note
- After careful consideration, we have decided that since there has been no significant decrease in the number of new coronavirus cases, we ask that family members refrain from coming to the ceremony, and only new students will be allowed to participate in the ceremony. For the sake of the safety of the ceremony, we would appreciate your understanding. (Updated March 10, 2022)
- We will check your student ID when you enter the venue, so please bring it with you. Please note that you will not be allowed to re-enter the Nippon Budokan.
- Please use public transport to get to the venue. Please be aware that you will not be allowed to access the venue by car. Also, please refrain from meeting up with other students inside stations or near ticket gates to prevent congestion.
- The vicinity around the venue will be very crowded on the day of the ceremony. Please come to the venue early.
- We strongly ask you to refrain from holding celebratory events in the vicinity of the Nippon Budokan or Toyo University campuses.
- Nippon Budokan and the surrounding area are non-smoking areas. Therefore, please refrain from smoking.
- The ceremony may have to be canceled depending on the COVID-19 situation. In that event, we will inform you via the Toyo University website.
- Please contact the university in advance if you have any disabilities or other special needs for participation in the ceremony.
⧫ Ceremony programWe will inform you via this page once the details are confirmed.
⧫ Video streamingThe ceremony will be streamed online.
We will inform you of the details via this page at a later date.
⧫ We ask for your cooperation to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
1. Inside the venue, wear a mask at all times,refrain from talking, and take social distance. We ask for your cooperation to avoid crowding.
2. Please take your temperature at home, andcheck that you have a standard temperature.
3. If any of the below is applicable, pleaserefrain from coming to the venue.
i) You have a temperature of 37.5℃ ormore.
ii) You have cold symptoms (fever,headache, muscle pain, cough, coughwith phlegm, sore throat, runny nose,blocked nose etc).
iii) You have a strong feeling of fatigue,shortness of breath (breathing difficulty),abnormalities in your sense of smell or taste.
iv) You have digestive symptoms such as a feeling of sickness, vomiting, or diarrhea.
v) Besides the above you do not feel well.
vi) You have been infected with COVID-19 and not allowed to go out by a doctor.
vii) You have been identified as having had a close contact with someone infected with COVID-19 and asked to stay home.
viii)Having returned or entered from abroad to Japan, you have been under selfquarantine required by the government.
*We ask for your cooperation to prevent the infection and spread of viruses.
-Matters concerning the ceremony at the Nippon Budokan
Toyo University Student Affairs Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
⧫ About the Founder, Inoue Enryo
From the end of the Tokugawa shogunate to the Meiji era, as Japan encountered the "world" and was rapidly swept away by Europeanization, Inoue Enryo believed that it was essential to cultivate "ways of seeing and thinking" based on "philosophy" among the people in order to restore the Japanese people's sense of identity, and at the young age of 29, he founded the Philosophical Institute, the predecessor of Toyo University. At the young age of 29, he founded the ”TETSUGAKKAN", the predecessor of Toyo University.
I would like to introduce a video of less than 5 minutes on the life and achievements of Inoue Enryo that I would like all new students to know about as they enter Toyo University and work hard for their studies.
Please see the YouTube video posted at the URL below.