Aoyama Gakuin University
4-4-25 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-8366, Japan
Aoyama Gakuin University (AGU) was established in 1949 to promote the education of humanities, commerce and engineering, with the aim of cultivating people based on the Christian faith. Now it is acknowledged as one of the most prestigious private universities in Japan.
You will enjoy its wonderful location in the very heart of the vibrant city of Tokyo. It is located in the area called Shibuya, which is rumored to have the world’s busiest intersection in front of the train station.
Shibuya station, a hub station where JR, Tokyo Metro, and other railways joint, is just a mere 12 minute walk away from AGU. You can easily get to feel the modern (or postmodern) atmosphere of the throbbing precincts.
If you would prefer to evade the uproariness of Shibuya, Omote-Sando station (Tokyo Metro) is closer to AGU. Just a 5 minute walk can bring you to the venue. Despite its proximity to Shibuya, Omote-Sando area in contrast caters to the haute couture of Tokyo, with plenty of places to sit back and relax over good food and drink, and take in the cutting edge architecture that typifies many of the establishments here.
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