Canada House

Dormitory Facilities and Equipment
◇ In each room
Beds, mattresses, desks, chairs, file cabinets, chest of drawers, bookshelves, closets, room key, radiator(restricted to certain period and hours), WiFi 
◇ In the common living space
[Social Room]: sofa, table, TV, air conditioner, radiator(restricted to certain period and hours), iron, ironing board, WiFi
[Kitchenette]: induction cooktops, microwave oven, toaster oven, garbage can
[Laundry Room]: washing machine, drying machine
[Entrance]: mail boxes, message board, phone just for incoming calls, shoe shelves
◇ Other common facilities in the dormitory
Wash basin and shower room with Japanese-style bath tub, bathroom, storage room, study room, tatami room, infirmary
◇ Common facilities outside of dormitory
Bicycle parking space, garbage collection site, rooftop, courtyard 

What to Bring
Toiletries, towels, clothes hangers, tableware, room slippers and other personal belongings for your comfort are necessary.
*There are some tableware, cooking tools and refrigerators that the graduates left.
*Electric fans can be lent.
*The information on bedding lease and linen supply service will be sent to the students accepted for entry to the dormitories. Contract should be renewed annually.

Duties and Rules
Dormitory meetings
  Dormitory meetings are held monthly and are conducted both in English and in Japanese. Attendance at these meetings as well as fulfillment of information duties for the purpose of dormitory management and self-government are part of your requirements as a dormitory resident. There are some kind of penalty for being absent from the dormitory meetings or neglecting duties according to their own rules.
  The dormitory members' sense of solidarity is fairly strong, and each member is expected to participate in group activities such as monthly dormitory meetings and various duties including cleaning.
  Dormitory members should cooperate with each other to maintain cleanliness.

①  Curfew
   12 midnight 
②  Visitors
      Visiting hours are from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Visitors of the opposite sex are restricted to the social room. Visitors are forbidden to stay overnight.
③  Drinking
      The students are allowed to drink alcohol only in the social rooms within the dormitories.
④  Smoking
      Smoking is allowed only at designated areas in each dormitory.
⑤  Cleaning
      Professional cleaners clean up the common use areas of the dormitories three times per week.
⑥  Others
      Small amount of money is collected for the purpose of buying newspapers and other materials.
Annual Events
Spring Term  
  April: Welcoming Events for April Students, Initiation 
  May Okada Cup (football tournament), Z Cup (softball tournament)
  June: Farewell Party for September Students
 July: Summer recess (dormitories closed)
 August: Summer recess (dormitories closed)
Autumn Term
  September: Welcoming Events for Septemebr Students, Initiation 
  October: Dormitory Festival, Hisada Cup (basketball tournament)
Winter Term  
  December: Caroling, Football game with graduates
  January: Okada Cup (football tournament)
  February: Farewell Party for April Students
  *There are other events within the dorm and among the other dormitories. (especially with Third women's dormitory, Fourth women's dormitory and Global House)
  *The book club is held every Monday with alumni professor. Non-residents can participate freely.
 ①Above schedule is subject to change.
 ②During the term, dormitory meetings are held once a month and it is mandatory to attend these meetings.