Joint Facility for Liberal Arts or Inamori Commemorative Hall
There are nine lecture rooms and study rooms for students on the 1st and 2nd floors. There is also a cafeteria open to public.
Kyoto Institute, Library and Archives
The university library and laboratories of the Faculty of Letters are located in this facility.
On the 1st floor, large and small halls, display rooms, and study rooms are located.
On the 2nd floor are written materials, documents and archives (approximately 940,000), and also approximately 2,000 kinds of academic journals owned by the Kyoto Institute, Library and Archives, KPU and Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine.
The laboratories, training rooms and seminar rooms of the Faculty of Letters are located on the 3rd and 4th floors.
In addition to these, approximately 2,000 kinds of academic journals, academic reports, theses for Master's and Doctoral degrees, public relations magazines and books written by teachers at KPU are provided and used by students, teachers and the general public.
A service is available for acquiring or borrowing materials or copies of materials from other universities or the National Diet Library, etc. that are not kept in KPU.
Reading electronic journals or books is possible in the Internet Corner.
Group laboratories or individual research rooms are also available.
The university library is located on the 2nd floor and basement floor of the Kyoto Institute, Library and Archives.
The joint main hall operated by the University Farm and the adjacent Kyoto Prefectural Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Technology Center is equipped with the Lecture & AV Hall which is fitted with a remote lecture system.
It is also equipped with seminar rooms, a snack room, lounge, and shower rooms, etc., and so is also used for training and workshop camps.
At present, we have various forest types spread over six sites throughout Kyoto Prefecture: Japanese cedar and cypress plantations, coppice forests, natural forests with cool-temperate deciduous trees, and bamboo forests.
The university forests are used for undergraduate fieldwork and as study sites for students and faculties. We also open fields and facilities of the university forests to people through Field Seminars.
In the largest Forest of Ono (403 ha), located in Miyama-cho, Nantan City, the school building can accommodate up to 50 people per night.