Lakeland University's Tokyo, Japan Campus

Lakeland University - Tokyo, Japan Campus

Get an authentic American education in the heart of downtown Tokyo. It’s the best of both worlds — experience life in Japan while receiving top-tier instruction alongside students from all over the world.

Travel to the other side of the world and experience the rich Japanese culture rooted in family and honor. The new campus is on the banks of the Sumida River in Ryogoku, and is just steps away from Sumo Kokugikan, a Japanese traditional wrestling arena, as well as parks, shops, and the Ryogoku train station making travel to student housing and other areas of Tokyo a breeze.


About Lakeland University Japan

Lakeland University Japan (LUJ) began as a vision of developing the U.S. home campus (Lakeland University - Sheboygan) as a destination for international students. In 1991, the Board of Trustees of Lakeland University approved a plan to establish a two-year academic program in Tokyo, and by 1993 the representatives of the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges approved LUJ as an accredited branch campus offering an Associate of Arts Degree.

Throughout the past 25 years, Lakeland University Japan has continuously evolved and expanded. Its "2 + 2" system has served as a springboard to educate and transfer countless Japanese students to the home campus in Wisconsin, as well as over 100+ other institutions throughout the U.S. and around the world. In 2021, LUJ expanded to a four-year campus.

Lakeland University Japan


Streamlining The Application Process For Chinese Students

The applicant system can be particularly complicated for Chinese students seeking to study at an American university. To streamline the process, we have partnered with recruiting professionals at JHP. To learn more about how JHP can assist Chinese students with applying to Lakeland, email or click here.

Have a question about our Tokyo, Japan campus? Contact us today!


EMAIL: Contact Us!

PHONE: +81-3-3225-0425

FAX: +81-3-3225-0428

MAIL: 1-10-5 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 130-0015 Japan

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