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Last modified on July 23, 2013

University Villas (Sportia)

The University Villas (Sportia), managed by the University of Tokyo Athletic Association, are available for reservation and registration to all students.

The University Villas are located by the sea or in the mountains, and students may stay at the rate of 1,500 yen per night; meals are also available at the rates of 400 yen for breakfast, 600 yen for lunch (summertime only) and 800 yen for dinner. The exception is Yamanaka Dormitory, which charges 2000 yen per night and 500 yen for breakfast, 700 yen for lunch (summertime only) and 1,000 yen for dinner.

Reservations are accepted from 2 months in advance, and full registration must be completed at least 15 days before your stay.

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Heda Villa (Sportia Heda)

2710-3 Heda, Numazu City, Shizuoka
Phone : 0558-94-2030

The Heda Villa is located within an ancient and tranquil pinewood, 30 minutes by boat from Numazu at the tip of a sandspit that faces Suruga Bay on the outside and Heda Bay on the inside. The back garden of the villa leads to a white sandy beach facing Heda Bay, and the calm and blue water is perfect for swimming in the summer.

You can also enjoy a view of Mt. Fuji while fishing or mandarin-picking, and every autumn the Izu/Heda Marathon is held through the beautiful autumn leaves of West Izu. We look forward to your participation!
 

Naito Seminar House, Yamanaka Villa (Sportia Yamanaka)

506-296 Hirano, Yamanaka-ko village, Minami-tsuru, Yamanashi
Phone : 0555-62-0491

Lake Yamanaka is famous as a resort that is easily accessible from the capital, and does not lack for leisure facilities such as museums, literary houses, tennis courts, and cycle paths.

On the banks of this lake, the Naito Seminar House at Yamanaka Villa can be found within a particularly serene forest that belongs to the Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences of the University of Tokyo. The Villa is right next to the lake, and in the summer you may enjoy yachting or windsurfing in the lake. We also own a sports field nearby, which is perfect for training camps (gasshuku) by sports clubs.

* The Naito Seminar House at Yamanaka Villa was opened in July 2009 and can be used for sports or academic training camps all year round. We also hold the 'Naito Juku' several times a year, to which lecturers associated with our university are invited and allows a scholarly exchange across ages and positions. We eagerly await your visit.
 

Shimogamo Villa (Sportia Shimogamo)

463 Kano, Minami-Izu town, Kamo, Shizuoka
Phone: 0558-62-0741

Shimoda is one of the most popular tourist sites of the Izu Peninsula, famous for being where the novel "The Dancing Girl of Izu" was set, and where Commodore Perry first landed in Japan. The Shimogamo Villa is located only 30 minutes by bus from Shimoda and is also close to Irouzaki, the southernmost tip of the Izu Peninsula, making the villa a perfect base for exploring the entire Southern Izu region.

The name 'Izu' is set to have originated from the word 'Yuizu' [source of a hot spring) and hot springs can indeed be found throughout the peninsula, including at the Shimogamo Villa. The villa also has an all-weather type tennis court, which had been renovated in 2006 and can also be used for futsal. Residents may thus enjoy the luxury of relaxing in the hot spring to wash away the sweat from these sports.

Near the villa, one can also find Yumigahama, which is considered as one of the three most beautiful beaches in Izu. The beach is very popular in the summer, and provides an opportunity to meet many new people.
 

Norikura Villa (Sportia Norikura)

4307-7 Azumo, Matsumoto city, Nagano(Only open during July and August)

This villa is built in the style of a mountain lodge, with a maximum capacity of 15 people. The lodge is located on the hillside of Mt. Norikura in the Japanese Alps, and is surrounded by a white birch forest and various alpine plants in the summer.

The small freshwater stream at the north of the lodge comes from melted snow from the mountain peak, and its cool waters serves as a natural fridge. Famous nature spots such as the Sanbondaki waterfalls can be found nearby, and along with the exceptional beauty of stars in the night sky, the lodge provides an ideal setting to experience life in the mountains.

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