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    Founded in 1934, Kyoto University of Art and Design is a private university in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan. It was chartered as a junior college in 1977 and became a four-year college in 1991. Among the regular faculty members are the distinguished visual and performing artists and also guest lecturers who visit the university campus from time to time. The university's International Research Center for the Arts (IRCA) has by and large welcomed many guests from America, Europe, and Japan, ever since it was formed in the year 2004. 
     
    The Gaien Campus of Kyoto University of Art and Design is the most well-known of all and was established in July, 2010 as a base in Tokyo for the Kyoto University of Art and Design and its sister university, Tohoku University of Art and Design.  Located at Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku in Tokyo, Gaien Campus is a two-storied campus building with lush green grounds of the Meiji Jingu Outer Gardens. It is used as a space for the art education program for the general public "Tokyo College of Arts" with focus on fine arts, design, culture/tradition, and life style, as well as for the purpose of holding the schooling lessons of the correspondence education, exceeding the number of 470 annually. 

    Accommodations near University
    Under PBSAs, and the newly launched marketplace for the U.S,  the organization offers four key room types – shared and en-suite rooms, studios and apartments.  All of these are fully-furnished and come equipped with modern amenities like an onsite gym, fully-functional kitchen, laundry room, cinema, and games rooms, strong and effective internet connectivity, parking facilities, etc. The onsite amenities are included in the bill along with utility bills of water, gas and electricity. 

    The Types of Student Accommodations 
    There are one to two bedroom shared living spaces with individual beds available for each resident. Other areas like kitchen, lounge, and washrooms are usually shared by the occupants. To ensure that the students don’t worry about mundane chores like dishwashing, laundry, and cooking, some accommodations facilitate a dishwasher, card-operated laundry machines, and breakfast or lunch facilities. Students can enjoy their stay and watch their favourite movies and shows on the TV for a much needed break from studies. 
     
    When to Look for Accommodations near University
    After securing enrollments, students can begin their search and check out University Living, a global student housing marketplace for properties that ensure better living and more comfort. Students can look for affordable homes that meet the highest of standards and are student specific that cater to student needs at large. 

    Where are the Student Accommodations Located?
    Most of the student accommodations are just 5-minutes on foot from Aoyamaitchome station of Tokyo metro Ginza line, Hanzomon line, and Toei Oeda line which is not very far from this university. 

    How Close are the Accommodations to the University
    The student accommodations in Tokyo near the Kyoto University of Art and Design can easily be reached by bikes and other means of public transport in the city. The nearest bus stop is just a 10-minutes’ walk away and the Akadoshogakko Mae station is just a 2-minutes’ walk away from the residence. Most of the economical living spaces and PBSAs are located within close proximity to make daily commute hassle-free, time saving, and economical.