College of Economics



  • Economics
  • Industrial Management
  • Finance and Public Ecomonics

The campus of the College of Economics lies right in the center of Tokyo, with excellent access. The second-hand bookstores and sports equipment stores of Kanda and Tokyo Dome are just a stone’s throw away. Here, students can really feel the dynamics of Japan’s economy at first hand.
2004 marks the centennial of the College’s foundation, and to commemorate this, a new 14-storey intelligent building equipped with the latest technologies has recently been completed. This building can naturally be used for ordinary seminars and language and information education, but will also serve as an environment for international conferences and symposia.
A special feature of the College of Economics is our insistence on seminar-based small classes in line with our philosophy that “seminars are the true foundation of education,” and we offer around 90 different seminars, including specialized seminars in economics and management of course, but also a broad range of general subjects across the borders of specialist fields. Since seminars are built on a very close relationship between teacher and students, these seminars help many students find lifelong mentors and friends, thus also providing a “space for formation of character.”

Access and Contact
College of Economics,
Graduate School of Economics

1-3-2, Misaki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8360

  • JR Chuo Line; Sobu Line (Local): Get off at Suidobashi Station 3 min. on foot
  • Toei Subway Mita Line: Get off at Suidobashi Station 4 min. on foot
  • MToei Subway Shinjuku and Mita Lines: Get off at Jinbocho Station 5 min. on foot
  • Tokyo Metro subway Hanzomon Line: Get off at Jinbocho Station 5 min. on foot