Omori Campus

  The Imperial Women’s Medical College, the predecessor of Toho University, was founded in 1925, in Omori, Tokyo, where the Faculty of Medicine now stands. In the course of its more than eight decades of development, Toho University has become an integral part of Omori, deeply rooted in the community. The Omori Campus is home to the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Nursing and Omori Medical Center, as well as the nursery school. Almost 40 buildings are spread across the campus, which occupies more than 50,000m2.
  The imposing exterior of the main building of the Faculty of Medicine has remained unchanged since its inauguration. Omori Medical Center also serves as a venue for clinical education. The Center, whose core facility, Building #3, was completed in 2004, is equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment and IT systems for electronic medical records.
  The Omori Campus has good access to public transport. It is just a 10-minute walk from Umeyashiki Station on the Keikyu Line and 10 minutes by bus from Kamata Station on the JR Keihin Tohoku Line. Buses from Kamata Station run every 10 minutes. Umeyashiki Station or Kamata Station can be reached within 30 minutes from the main areas of Tokyo, including Marunouchi, Ueno, Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, and Shinagawa, as well as from Kawasaki and Yokohama. The Omori Campus is close to Tokyo International Airport in Haneda. It takes less than 15 minutes from the airport to Umeyashiki Station.
Omori Campus
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Entrance to the main building of the Faculty of Medicine.
Entrance to the main building of the Faculty of Medicine. Walk inside and on your right you will find the Toho University Nukada Memorial Archive devoted to the achievements of the Nukada brothers, who founded the predecessor of Toho University.
Entrance to the main building of the Faculty of Nursing.
Entrance to the main building of the Faculty of Nursing. In the lobby is a statue of Florence Nightingale symbolizing respect for the profession and our aspiration to excel. (This replica was created with the permission of the City of London.)
Practicum Room I of the Faculty of Nursing
Practicum Room I of the Faculty of Nursing, where seminars on the fundamentals of nursing are held, is equipped with all necessary facilities.
Asclepeion, the lounge for students of the Faculty of Nursing
Asclepeion, the lounge for students of the Faculty of Nursing, is named after the ancient healing temples sacred to Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine and healing.
Umeyashiki shopping street leading from Umeyashiki Station on the Keikyu Line to the Omori Campus. All daily necessities are available here as well as a wide choice of restaurants and cafes.