(Houses the Business Administration Department, Department of Law, Business Administration Graduate School, Law Department Graduate School)
Tochigi Prefecture, Oyama City Ekihigashidori 2-2-2, Postal Code: 323-8586 Japan
Tel: (country code +81) 0285-22-1111
Located one minute outside of JR Oyama Station’s East Exit.
(Information accurate as of April 2019)
(Houses the Education Department)
Tochigi Prefecture, Oyama City Daigyoji 1117, Postal Code: 323-8585 Japan
Tel: (country code +81) 0285-22-8900
Located twenty minutes outside of JR Oyama Station’s West Exit.
A complimentary shuttle bus to the Diajyoji station leaves approximately every 5 minutes. (Information accurate as of April 2019)
Tochigi Prefeture, Oyama City, Tatsugi 1706 Postal Code: 323-0062, Japan
A 5 minute car ride from JR Oyama Station’s West Exit.
Tochigi Prefecture, Oyama City, Matsunuma 796, Postal Code: 323-0007, Japan
A 10 minute car ride from JR Oyama Station’s West Exit.
|Tohoku Bullet Train||41min from Tokyo, 15min from Omiya, 50min from Kouriyama, 91min from Sendai|
|Utsunomiya Line (Local)||26min from Utsunomiya, 80min from Tokyo, 65min from Ikebukuro, 50min from Omiya|
|Ryomo Line (Local)||40min from Ashikaga, 56min from Kiryu|
|Mito Line (Local)||80min from Mito|
|From Narita Airport, take any Keisei train bound for keisei-Ueno Station. From Keisei-Ueno station, it is approximately a 10 minute walk to JR ueno Station. From JR Ueno Station, take any Ueno Tokyo Line train which stops at Oyama, or any Tohoku Shinkansen train which stops at Oyama. The entire trip takes approximately 3 hours by local train, 2 hours if using the Shinkansen.
Oyama may also be reached via the JR Narita Express, transfering at Tokyo to a Tohoku Shinkansen train.
|From Haneda Airport, take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsu-Chou Station and transfer to either the Keihin-Tohoku Line or Yamanote Line. Take either line to Ueno Station. From JR Ueno Station, take any Ueno Tokyo Line train which stops at Oyama, or any Tohoku Shinkansen train which stops at Oyama. The entire trip takes approximately 2 hours by local train, 1 and a half hours if using the Shinkansen.|
The best thing here is the food. There's also great access to a close by grocery store where they sell affordable, fresh meats and vegetables. Cooking at home is one of the ways you can save money. You can go to many places using the train. It takes about an hour and a half to go to Tokyo and it costs about 1300~1500yen (about $15) one way.