Campus of Kyushu University

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The origins of Kyushu University (九州大学?) in Fukuoka, Japan, lie in the establishment of Fukuoka Medical College in 1903, affiliated with Kyoto Imperial University. In 1911, Kyushu Imperial University was founded. After World War II the university changed its name to Kyushu University in 1947.[1] The University is composed of six campuses: Chikushi, Hospital, Ito, Ohashi, Hakozaki, and Beppu.[2] There are numerous historic buildings dating from the many phases of history the university has seen. This article is composed mainly of a list of buildings, monuments, gardens, ponds, etc. The Third Residential Complex on campus is has a western design and is reserved for foreign students. The complex dates back to 1924 and has been designated a Municipal Cultural Property.[3][4]

Maidashi Campus[edit]

The Maidashi campus is the oldest campus with many historic structures. It is located in Maidashi, once a quarter in the outskirts of Fukuoka-City, nowadays part of the Eastern district.

University Hospital[edit]

Medical Center
The new University Hospital was constructed in three stages.[5] It has 12 floors, 11 above ground and 1 floor under ground, with a total floor space of approximately 118,000m2. Construction started in April 1998 and was finished by March 2008. It is the largest hospital under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the first one having a seismic isolation system.[5][6]
  • Out-patient Ward.
The Out-patien Ward has 6 floors, 5 above the ground and 1 underground floor. It houses 28 departments except the pediatrics departments.[5]
  • Westwing Building
This building was constructed in March 2008.[5] It houses the Yusho Dioxine Research and Care Center.[7] and the Training Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery.[8]
  • Tumor Center:
The center was completed in 1985.
  • Betatron Ward
The Ward was constructed in 1967 and closed in 2000.

Architecture dating from the Imperial University era[edit]

Faculty of Medicine, Basic Medical Research Building A
  • The first, second and third medical schools and ward of Kyushu Imperial University Medical school, Basic Medical Research Building A
The building was designed by Engo Iwasaki and Ken Kurata and completed in April 1931. Since its renovation the ground floor houses a COOP store.[5][9] 
  • School of Forensic Medicine, Bacteriology and Hygienology (Faculty of Medicine, Basic Medical Research Building B)
This three story building was constructed in 1935 by the Kaneko Group.[10]
  • Dental Surgery and Orthopedic Surgery Building. (Dental School Clinical Research Building)
This building, designed by Shūzō Kunitake, was completed in 1934.
  • Fukuoka Medical School: gatehouse at the main gate
This tile-roofed wooden house is the oldest remaining architecture in Kyushu University. It was designed by the local office of the Education Ministry's architecture department and built in 1903.[11]
  • First Surgery Department and ward
This three story concrete building was designed by Ken Kurata and completed in May 1927.[12] After 8 decades it was dismantled.[5][13]

Research establishments[edit]

Collective Research II
  • Collective Research I
Its architectural area is 5,194m2 and steel-reinforced concrete and has nine floors. It was established in March 2000, and construction was overseen by Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co. Ltd., and management of designing was done by So Kikaku Sekkei Ltd.[14]
  • Collective Research II
Its construction was overseen by the Mizoe Kensetsu Corporation. It is a steel-reinforced concrete 7-storey building with a total area of 10562.96㎡.[15]
  • Biomedical Research Station
The construction of this nine storey building was completed in October 2004. Its construction was overseen by a joint-venture group in cooperation with Obayashi Corporation, Wakachiku Construction Corporation and Zenkōmuten Corporation.[5]

Educational establishments[edit]

Clinical Science Medicine Building B
  • Faculty of Medicine: Building A
It was constructed in 1975 and has a ground-floor area of 5,828m2.
  • Medicine Bldg. B of Clinical Science
It was constructed in 1976 and has a ground-floor area of 6,874m2.
  • Clinical machine wing / autopsy suite
It was constructed in 1976.
  • Dept. of Health sciences, Faculty of Medicine (former Kyushu University Medical Junior College)
It was constructed in 1981 and has a ground-floor area of 406.5m2.
  • Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science
It was constructed in 1967 and has a ground-floor area of 7,977m2[5]

Library, Museum, Sports facilities, Centennial Hall, Alumni House, Parking facilities[edit]

  • Medical Library
It was constructed in 1956.[5]
  • Medical school: Centennial Hall (Hyakunen Kōdō)
This facility is used for congresses, conferences and all kinds of academic meetings. There is also a cafeteria. Its construction was completed in 2008.[5]
  • Kubo-Memorial-Building (Kubo Kinenkan)
This two storey concrete building is the first Museum for the History of Medicine in Japan.[16] The Kubo-Memorial-Building was donated to Inokichi Kubo, the first professor and founder of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, by the members of the Shisan-kai, an alumni association of the Kubo school, in 8 May 1927 at the occasion of the 20th anniversary of foundation of the school, and later donated to Kyushu Imperial University. In 1999 and 2003 the building was renovated.[17]
  • Gymnasium
It was accomplished in 1965. Gross floor area is 2,150㎡ and area of architecture is 1,083㎡.[18]
  • Tennis court
Repair work to its artificial grass was done in 2009 by Kofu-field Company.[19]
  • Alumni House
It was constructed in 1967 as a part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of Kyushu University. An small lecture hall was added in 1980.[20]

Dwelling facilities and nursery[edit]

  • Foreign Visitors' Quarters
It was constructed in 1967[21]
  • Nurses Dormitory
There are ample facilities for nurses, rent-free lodgements are one room style stateroom with bathroom and kitchen.[22]
  • Himawari nursery (ひまわり保育園?)
This day care center for children of faculty members of Kyushu University in the Maidashi campus was opened on 24 November 2008.[23][24]

Facilities for the bodies of anatomical donors[edit]

There are several facilities for the bodies of anatomical donors. The Charnel House is a Japanese-style house built in 1939, but nowadays there is a funeral chapel in the new Hospital Building. Donor bodies are cremated in a crematorium. There is also a monument demonstrating the gratitude and respect for those who donated their body for medical research and education.[25]

Memorial Streets[edit]

Generally all former Imperial Universities have statues commemorating famous alumni and professors. On the Maidashi campus of Kyushu University, streets are named after them.[26]

  • Ōmori Street
This street running east and west from the main gate. The Ōmori Street honors professor Ōmori Harutoyo, the first president of Fukuoka Medical School, the forerunner of Kyushu Imperial University Medical School.[27][28]
  • Miyairi Street
This street running from north to south from the intersection with Ōmori street honors Keinosuke MIYAIRI, a professor of Kyushu Imperial University Medical school and a well known researcher of parasites and sanitarian.[29][30]
  • Kubo Street
Inokichi Kubo was a professor of Kyushu University Medical School and pioneer of otorhinolaryngology in Japan.[31][32]
  • Inada Street
The bacteriologist Ryukichi Inada was a professor of Kyushu Imperial University Medical School's first department of internal medicine.[33][34]
  • Tawara Street
The pathologist Sunao Tawara was a professor of Fukuoka Medical School and is internationally known for his pioneering research on the conduction system of the mammalian heart.[35][36]
  • Hashimoto Street
Hakaru Hashimoto Ph.D. was a medical scientist, discoverer of Hashimoto's thyroiditis and the first alumnus of Kyushu Imperial University Medical School.[37][38]

Hakozaki Campus[edit]

The Hakozaki Campus is located about 1 km east of the Maidashi Campus. It is scheduled to be relocated to the Ito campus.

Buildings dating from the era of Imperial Kyushu University[edit]

Administration Bureau
  • Kyushu University Headquarter.
This two storey brick building was designed by Ken Kurata, and built in 1925. The stuff of the building was reused the brick and so on by the admission building of the department of technology Kyushu Imperial University, which burned in 1923. After the execution[5] it was used as tentative laboratory and office of department of technology, in 1928 the head office of University, located in Law school building, moved there.[39]
In 1922, Albert Einstein visited Japan, and on 25 December, he visited Kyushu Imperial University, when he took a ceremonial photograph with professors in front of the department of technology.[40]
  • Kyushu Imperial University: School of Law and Literature main building
This building is three floored reinforced concrete building. It was designed by Ken Kurata and constructed in April 1924. Front of this building was constructed by Iwasaki-gumi, and back face was Satake Kōmu-sho. In September 1925, the head office of University removed from the area of medical school to this building, in March 1928 when it moved to department of technology building it used.[41]
  • Kyushu University School of Engineering: Department of Aeronautical Engineering.
Three floored reinforced concrete building and tower, which imaged the ATCT.[5][42] It was designed by Harusaburō Shimaoka and Yoshikatsu Tsuboi, and completed in March 1939.[5]
  • Main gate at Hakozaki campus
It was Kyushu Imperial University School of Engineering main gate (九州帝國大學工科大學正門), and was constructed in 1911 and was made of brick.:[43] The gate is a representative architecture of Kyushu University, in many times it was used the book cover of pamphlet of Kyushu University. It was constructed in 1922, and made of brick, but its designer and construction company were uncertain now.[44] The wall used brick surrounds the science area of Hakozaki campus. It is used as location of the movie K-20 Kaijin nijyu-menso-den (K-20 怪人二十面相・伝) in 2008.[45]
  • Admission Center
It was Kyushu Imperial University the psychology school letter of law. This is two-floor reinforced concrete building and was constructed in March 1927, was designed by Ken Kurata.[46]
  • School of applied chemistry in faculty of engineering of Kyushu University.
It was School of applied chemistry in faculty of engineering of Kyushu Imperial University. It is four-floor reinforced concrete building, and was completed in October 1927, and was designed by Ken Kurata and Setsuzō Ibara.[47]
  • Main building of engineering of Kyushu University.
It was Main building of engineering of Kyushu Imperial University. It is three-floor reinforced concrete building and tower. It was designed by Ken Kurata (倉田謙), and construction began in November 1928 and completed in November 1930 by Shimizu gumi (清水組).[48] The office of Kyushu University Institute for Advanced Study (高等研究院?) is located in the first floor room 107.[49]
  • Faculty of Agriculture 6th Building
It is Three-floor reinforced concrete building.[5] This building was Kyushu Imperial University administration building of agricultural chemistry of agricultural department. It was designed by Shuzo Kunitake (國武周蔵) and constructed by Shimizu gumi (清水組) in September 1938.[50]

Research facilities[edit]

Gate, Hall, Rehab[edit]

  • Kyushu University 50th foundation memorial hall
It was constituted in 1967 and desigened by Kenji Kokichi (光吉健次) and the school and the general architecture design investigation.[13]

Ito campus[edit]

Leaning & Community Space Q-Commons

It is located in 744 Motooka Nishi-ku Fukuoka 〒819-0395.

West Zone[edit]

Research facilities[edit]

  • Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basin, High Speed Circulating Water Channel
It is an experimental aquarium for capability of vessel motion used by section of Marine Engineers. Its gross floor area of it is 2126.24㎡ and area of architecture is 1816.01㎡, constructed by Namihira Sangyo, electrical construction was done by Sanko Denki Kogyo, and setting of the machine was Sanken Setsubi Kogyo Co.,Ltd.[51]
  • International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy
It is an integrated investigation Kyushu University, which is the best education research center about hydrogen energy in Japan and National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. This architecture is single story steel structure and gross floor area of it is 1013.71㎡ and area of architecture is 1031.36㎡, and is designed by Takumi Architects Co.,Ltd. and Sogo Setsubi Consulting Co.,Ltd. and constructed by Nishinakasuhiguchi Construction Co., Ltd. and Miyafusa reiki.[52]
  • West Zone 3 and 4
It is SRC and iron structure, and rises nine stories above the ground and one underground stories, gross floor area is 55,478㎡, and building area is 7,860㎡, designed by Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc. Cesar Pelli & Associates Japan, and Mishima sekkei-jimusho.
About West Zone 3 construction was done by Kohnoike, Aoki and Kamimura J V, electric work was done by Nishitetsu densetsu kogyo, machine work was Nishihara Engineering Co., Ltd. elevator was Schindler Elevator K.K., about West Zone 3 & 4, construction was done by Shimizu, Okumura, Matsumoto JV, electric work was done by Kyudenko, Kuriharanto and Kyushu system JV, machine work was Sanki, Fuji, Kyushu Hitashi JV, elevator was Otis Elevator Company, about West Zone 4, constructed by Toda, Kumagaya and Mizoe JV, and electric work was done by Toenec Corporation and Asahi JV, machine work was Shin bishi, Urayasu, Chiytoda JV and elevator was Toshiba-elevator.[53]
  • West Zone 2
It rises eleven stories above the ground and one underground stories, gross floor area is 54,365㎡, and building area is 6,126㎡, designed by REQ Okamoto, and constructed by Nishimatsu Construction, Shinryo Corporation, Kyudenko Corporation, Dai-Dan Co., Ltd, Hishinetsu JV.
This building is educational Research facility located section of geoenvironmental engineering and System Information graduate school, and in low level floor there is special laboratory, in first and second floor is information room, in three-story is lecture room, above four-story there are section of geoenvironmental engineering and System Information. From first floor to eleven floor Foucault pendulum has the longest wire in Japan is installed in it.[54]
  • Research Laboratory for High Voltage Electron Microscopy
This is the most-advanced electron microscope observation facilities in the world, which aims to find out the state and architecture of atomic element and molecule. It is three stories reinforced concrete and gross floor area of it is 377.35㎡ and area of architecture is 273.11㎡, and is designed by Na-no-tsu Kotobuki Kenchiku jimusho (那の津寿建築研究所 Na-no-tsu Kotobuki architect studio?) and constructed by the branch firm of Shimizu Corporation, Akebono Denki Kōgyo, and Nomura Shōten.[55]
  • Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering
IMCE aims a world-class center of materials chemistry research with international group of researchers and it is divided into three parts in the districts of Chikushi, Hakozaki and Ito.[56]
  • Energy Center
It is a core facility, which supplies electrical energy whole campus, in first floor there are dynamo room, and super transformer room etc., in second floor there is general monitoring room of general monitor center. The wall of it is taken the colour which out of regard for landscape preservation gave due consideration to the roundabout natural environment. It is reinforced concrete structure rises two stories, gross floor area is 1,378㎡, and building area is 1,016㎡, was designed by Azusa Sekkei, constructed by Iwasaki Kensetsu, electrical work was Hoshino Denko-sha, equipment was Showa Denko.[57]
  • Lecture Hall West ---Faculty of Engineering
It is a lecture room for faculty of engineering. This building is three-storyed SRC structure, and partly is RC, and its gross floor area is 1,291.13㎡ and building area is 662.09㎡.[58]
  • Faculty of Mathematics Institute of Mathematics for Industry
It is SRC and partly is iron structure.[59]
  • Low Temperature Center
It is a facility supply cryogen such as liquid nitrogen and liquid helium, its gross floor area is 406.80㎡ and building area is 435.75㎡, constructed by PFI, Ito community service.[60]
  • Research Institute of Environmental for Sustainability
It is a facilities for experimental trial and studying of ambient system. Its gross floor is 1343.98㎡ and building area is 972.95㎡, construction was done by Heisei Kensetus, electrical work was done by kyushodensetsu., machine work was Kawamoto Industry Corporation.[61]
  • Architecture and libration engineering experimental building
The gross floor area is 640,000㎡, building area is 696,77㎡, and constructed by Ito community service.[62]

Library, Hall, Rehab[edit]

  • Ito library
It is reinforced concrete structure and rises one story above the ground and one underground story and was designed by Kume. Its gross floor area is 6,976㎡, and building area is 3,535㎡, designed by Kume Sekisei Co.LTD, design of electrical and machine work was done by Setsubigiken, elevator was Kyushu University facility department, and constructed by construction work was Zenidaka and Hokuyo tokutei kensetsu joint-venture group, and electric work was Shimada denki shokai, machine work was Takasago Thermal Engineering Co., Ltd., elevator work was Toshiba-elevator.co.,Ltd.[63]
  • INAMORI Center
INAMORI Frontier Research Center, International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (12CNER).[64]
  • Open Learning Plaza
It is a public lecture room and facilities for graduate.It is reinforced concrete structure and rise three stories above the ground and one underground stories, its gross floor area is 4,820.43㎡, and building area is 2,144.99㎡.It was designed and constructed by Sato Kogyo, electric work and machine work was done by Sadenko.[65]
  • QIAO - Rock Art
It was designed by Ritsuko TAHO (田甫律子) and is made of Itsuki stone describes dynamism of the terra of Kyushu with power to stay alive and energy.[66]

Center Zone[edit]

  • Water Supply Center
It supplies overall clean water and resurgent water for experiments and sewage. There are 30 treat water receiving tanks, and processing units in 1st and 2nd floor. The gross floor area is 2,043㎡, and building area is 1822㎡, designed by Kyushu University facilities department, design for execution is Wesko, and constructed by Tokukura Corporation, Wesco Corporation, Beppu Dengyo, and Sanwa shokai.[67]
  • Faculty of Social and Culture Studies, Faculty of Languages and Cultures
Faculties of Social and Culture Studies, Faculty of Languages and Cultures. Its floor area is 8164.68㎡, and building area is 1210.31㎡, and it was constructed by Asuka Kensetsu, its electrical work was done by Kyu-denko, and machine work was done by Kawamoto Kogyo.[68]
  • Big Orange
Big Orange is a facility of transmission of information in Kyushu University Ito campus. There are meeting reception room, restaurant, and book store.[69]

Chikushi campus[edit]

C-CUBE

It is located in 6-1 Kasuga-koen, Kasuga, Fukuoka 816-8580.

Research facilities[edit]

  • KASTEC
KASTEC (Art, Science and Technology Center for Cooperative Research, Kyushu University) was established in 2003 with the amalgamation of Kyushu University and Kyushu Institute of Design.[70]
  • C-CUBE (Collaboration Building)
This building have seven stories, and the ground floor and the second floor is library room and from the third floor to the seven floors is research space.[71]
  • Center of Advanced Instrumental Analysis
It was constructed in Apr. 1982, and is on campus collaborative education research facility.[72]
  • The Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM)
the Division of Ocean Atmosphere Dynamics, the Division of Plasma and Material Science, Dynamics Simulation Research Center (DSRC), the Advanced Fusion Research Center(AFRC).[73]
  • QUEST Experiment Building
Fusion research reactor (Q-shu Univ. Exp. with Steady-State Spherical Tokamak)[74]
  • Power Supply Ridge
The generator supply electricity for QUEST.[75]
  • Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering :
Department of Fundamental Organic Chemistry, Department of Applied Molecular Chemistry, Department of Integrated Materials, Department of Advanced Device Materials.[76]
  • Faculty of Engineering Science Building A.[76]
  • Faculty of Engineering Science Building C[76]
  • Faculty of Engineering Building F[76]
International Graduate School of Engineering Sciences.[76]
  • Faculty of Engineering Building G
Department of Earth System Science and Technology.[76][77]
  • Faculty of Engineering Science Building H
Department of Advanced Energy Engineering School of Engineering.[76]
  • Institute for Ionized Gas and Laser Research
The Institute was established in 1989.[76][78]
  • Itoh Research Center for Plasma Turbulence
Itoh-Inagaki Laboratory.[76][79]

Other facilities[edit]

  • Gates
There are two gates in Chikushi campus, Onojo Gate faced in front of JR Onjo Sta. and it is within a one minute walk to the JR station but blocks up the passage of vehicles.[76]
  • Administrative Offices
Faculty of Engineering Sciences, Research Institute for Applied Mechanics, Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Institute of Health Science, Center of Advanced Instrumental Analysis, Art, Science and Technology Center for Cooperative Research.[80]

Ōhashi campus[edit]

Bldg.2

It is located in 4-9-1 Shiobaru Minami-ku, Fukuoka 815-8540.

Research facilities[edit]

On the cusp of retirement the universities corporate status a year before[clarification needed], Kyushu Institute of Design was absorbed into Kyushu University in 2003.

  • Visual Communication Design Center
Movie editing room for the Department of Visual Communication Design. Studios, darkrooms.[82]
  • Bldg.2
Laboratories for The Department of Environmental Design, The Department of Visual Communication Design, Drafting Rooms, Staff Rooms.[82]
  • Bldg3
Laboratories, staff rooms, and lecture hall for the Department of Industrial Design and Department of Acoustic Design.[82]
  • Bldg.4
Laboratories and classrooms for the Department of Environmental Design.[82]
  • Bldg.5
Staff rooms for the Department of Visual Communication Design, the Department of Art and Information Design, and the Department of Design Strategy.[82]
  • Bldg.6
Staff rooms for the Department of Applied Information and Communication Sciences, and the Department of Design Strategy.[82]
  • Bldg.7
Laboratories of the Department of Art and Information Design and Department of Design Strategy.[82]
  • Bldg.8
Physics, chemistry, and biology Laboratories, along with staff and student rooms.[82]
  • Environmental Research Center
A Laboratory of the Department of Environmental Design for architectural-related experiments.[82]
  • Research Center for human environmental adaption
Highly advanced controlled environment facilities for the Department of Industrial Design. It was established in 1971 by Kyushu Institute of Design, and completely reconstructed in 2001.[82][83]
  • Design Division of KASTEK
Facilities and staff for university-industry collaboration.[82][84]
  • Printing Workshop
A printmaking Studio for the Department of Visual Communication Design.[82]
  • Design Workshop
Woodworking, welding, and metalworking equipment.[82]
  • Open Design Laboratory
Equipment and facilities for motion capture, and 3D visual experiments[82]

Other facilities[edit]

  • Design Library
Total open system was adapted in it. There are video room and stereo room.[85]
  • Multi-purpose Building
Multiuse facility, central laboratory hall, basic experiment room and exhibit hall.[82]
  • Admission Office
On the first floor there are the Registrar and Student Affairs, and on the second floor there are General Affairs and Accounting Departments.[82][86]
  • Institute of Health Science, Branch in the Ohashi Area; Cafeteria and Tea room
Convenience store and cafeteria on the 1st floor, and the Health Service Center on the 2nd floor.[81][82]
  • Multipurpose Sports Field[82]
  • Gymnasium
Facilities include; Basketball court, martial arts practice area, shower rooms, and weight training room[82]

Beppu[edit]

It is located in 4546 Tsurumihara Tsurumi, Beppu, Oita 874-0838.

Satellite office[edit]

  • Tokyo Office
The Tokyo Office relocated to the Yurakucho Building from the Marunouchi Naka-dori Building in April 19, 2008.[87]
  • QBS
The Kyushu University Hakata station building office (九州大学博多駅オフィス?) was established on the eleventh floor of JR Hakata city (JR博多シティ?) in 2011. I is given lectures of QBS[clarification needed].[88]
  • Ōhashi Satellite
It located in front of Ōhashi Station on the Tenjin Ōmuta Line.[89]

See also[edit]

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  33. ^ 「ワイル病病原体の発見者・稲田龍吉」((九州大学医学部・大学院医学系学府・大学院医学研究院(written in Japanese)
  34. ^ 街道古道廃道道・名のある通り福岡「稲田通り」(written in Japanese)
  35. ^ 「哺乳動物心臓の電気的刺激伝導路の発見者・田原淳」(九州大学医学部・大学院医学系学府・大学院医学研究院)(written in Japanese)
  36. ^ 街道古道廃道道・名のある通り福岡「田原通り」(written in Japanese)
  37. ^ 「橋本策」九州大学医学部・大学院医学系学府・大学院医学研究院(written in Japanese)
  38. ^ 街道古道廃道道・名のある通り福岡「橋本通り」(written in Japanese)
  39. ^ 近代建築散歩・九州大学本部・第一庁舎(written in Japanese)
  40. ^ Kyushu University physics (2005-09-10). "Universe of Einstein" (in Japanese). Kyushu University physics department. Retrieved 2012-05-01. 
  41. ^ 近代建築探訪・旧九州帝国大学法文学部本館(written in Japanese)
  42. ^ 近大建築散歩・九州大学工学部航空工学教室(written in Japanese)
  43. ^ 近代建築散歩・九州大学正門(written in Japanese)
  44. ^ 九州産業考古学会編2008『福岡の近代化遺産』弦書房p.62(written in Japanese)
  45. ^ 「(特集)怪人二十面相が居た箱崎」箱崎九州大学記念保存会・キャンパスの記憶(written in Japanese)
  46. ^ 近代建築散歩・九州大学アドミッションセンター(written in Japanese)
  47. ^ 近代建築散歩・九州大学工学部応用化学教室(written in Japanese)
  48. ^ 近大建築散歩・九州大学工学部本館(written in Japanese)
  49. ^ 九州大学・高等研究院・アクセス・マップ(written in Japanese)
  50. ^ 近大建築散歩・九州大学農学部(written in Japanese)
  51. ^ 船舶海洋性能工学実験施設棟・九州大学キャンパス紹介(written in Japanese)
  52. ^ 水素エネルギー国際研究センター(九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室)(written in Japanese)
  53. ^ ウエスト3号館・4号館(工学系研究教育棟Ⅱ・Ⅲ+実験研究棟)九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  54. ^ ウエスト2号館(工学系研究教育棟Ⅰ)(written in Japanese)
  55. ^ 超高圧電子顕微鏡棟 HVEM棟(九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室)(written in Japanese)
  56. ^ 九州大学先導物質化学研究所(written in Japanese)
  57. ^ エネルギーセンター・九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  58. ^ 西講義棟・九州大学伊都新キャンパス(written in Japanese)
  59. ^ 数理学研究院九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  60. ^ 九州大学低温センター・九州大学新キャンパス(written in Japanese)
  61. ^ 九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室・環境都市工学実験棟(written in Japanese)
  62. ^ 九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室・構造・振動工学実験棟(written in Japanese)
  63. ^ 伊都図書館(理系図書館)九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  64. ^ 稲盛財団記念館(written in Japanese)
  65. ^ 総合学習プラザ九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  66. ^ 「石のアート QIAO チャオ」九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  67. ^ 給水センター九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  68. ^ 比文・言文研究教育棟・九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  69. ^ 九州大学伊都新キャンパス情報発信拠点・九州大学新キャンパス計画推進室(written in Japanese)
  70. ^ KASTEC Kyushu University
  71. ^ 九州大学 総合研究棟(筑紫地区)(written in Japanese)
  72. ^ 九州大学中央分析センター(written in Japanese)
  73. ^ The Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM)
  74. ^ Kyushu University advanced research senter
  75. ^ 九州大学筑紫キャンパス(written in Japanese)
  76. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Kyushu University access map Chikushi
  77. ^ Department of Earth System Science and Technology
  78. ^ Institute for Ionized Gas and Laser Research
  79. ^ Itoh Research Center for Plasma Turbulence
  80. ^ Administrative Offices Kyushu University
  81. ^ a b Institute of Health Science in Kyushu University
  82. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Kyushu University Department and Faculty Information
  83. ^ The Research Center for Human Environmental Adaptation
  84. ^ Design Division of KASTEC
  85. ^ Kyushu University Design Library
  86. ^ Campus map of Kyushu University Faculty of Design, Graduate school of design, school of design
  87. ^ 九州大学東京オフィス(written in Japanese)
  88. ^ The Department of Business and Technology Management, Graduate School of Economics, Kyushu University(written in Japanese)
  89. ^ 九州大学大橋サテライト規程(written in Japanese)

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