The learning environment for Tamagawa students is not limited to the main campus in Tokyo.
In Teshikaga-cho, Hokkaido, which is in the subarctic region, there is an extensive farm stretching over 76.6 ha and a forest of northern vegetation covering 45.5 ha. In the southern town of Bonotsu-cho, in Kagoshima, there is a farm for test cultivation of citrus plants, which makes use of the warm climate. There is a test forest in Hakone, which has been widely used for education on the natural environment. Looking overseas, there is Tamagawa Gakuen of Canada Society in the suburb of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island in Canada. Here, research into the environment and ecological studies is carried out using the farm, in addition to advanced language classes.
Hakone (Hakone-machi, Kanagawa)
Research facilities for forestry and ecology (laboratory for education on the natural environment): about 770,000 square meters
Hokkaido (Teshikaga-cho, Hokkaido)
Research facilities for biological production and the environment in a subarctic climate: 766,000 square meters
Research field for northern vegetation forests: 455,000 square meters
Kagoshima (Bonotsu-cho, Kagoshima)
Facility for functional development of tropical vegetation: about 100,000 square meters
Canada (Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, Canada)
Tamagawa Gakuen of Canada Society
The site is a "laboratory" of about 320,000 square meters for education on ecological systems. The campus is located in the southern part of Vancouver Island in Western Canada, along the Pacific Coast. The campus has been used for overseas field work by students of the College of Agriculture. Since 2002, the campus has been in widespread use for English language education offered to Middle Division (5-8th) students.