About J. F. Oberlin University

Tama Academy Hills

Tama Academy Hills is a base for fostering local cultural development and international educational exchange. J. F. Oberlin University opened Tama Academy Hills in 2011.

The university is using this location for a broad variety of activities that promote the development of education, research, and culture, in cooperation with other universities in the vicinity, the city of Tama and nearby municipalities, and the residents of the surrounding area.

Tama Academy Hills Address:
2-31-2 Ochiai, Tama-shi, Tokyo 206-0033

Primary activities

  • Offering courses in the Tama Extension Program.
  • Providing meeting rooms, a training gym, a fitness room, a racquetball court, a gymnasium, and ping pong tables. For more information about fees for use of these facilities, please call 042-376-8511.

Travel time by rail from major stations to Tama Center Station

FromRailroad LineMinutes (approximate)
ShinjukuKeio Line (Express)40
ShinjukuOdakyu Line (Express) (change trains at Shin Yurigaoka Station to Odakyu Tama Line)45
HashimotoKeio Sagamihara Line7
Tachikawa MinamiTama Monorail22
Shin YokohamaJR Yokohama Line and Keio Sagamihara Line (change trains at Hashimoto Station) 50