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キャンパスライフ情報 留学生向け情報

The following are the contents in this article:

  1. Living in Japan (English) (Japanese)
  2. Campus Facilities and Academic Information (English)
  3. Places to Eat on Campus (English)
  4. Places to Eat off Campus (English)
  5. Transportation (English) (Japanese)
  6. Hospitals (English)

Living in Japan

1. Residence

We arrange lodging in the Global Village on Togane Campus for international students.
(Lodging is provided only for the first year)

Equipment and facilities

The following are provided in each residence so that you can start living in the lodging right away.

Internet (Wi-Fi)


A rice cooker, a vacuum cleaner, a washing machine, and a microwave oven.

Also, a mattress, a comforter, and a pillow (bed available in the room)

Cooking utensils, tableware, and laundry supplies are also provided.



Advance payment is required in the first year, and from that onwards advance payment for every month is required.

Lodging in Togane Global Village
Rent 2-person room (with shower and restroom) 37,000 yen/month
2-person room (shared shower and restroom) 32,000 yen/month
4-person room (shared shower and restroom) 18,500 yen/month
Application fee for dormitory 30,000 yen
Internet (Wi-Fi) Included in the house rent
Water, gas, and electricity charges Included in the house rent

For more information

please email the Center for International Education. (

2. Rules

Please observe the following rules so that you can live comfortably and avoid unexpected problems.

(1) Trash disposal rules

In Japan, all household garbage must be sorted and disposed on the designated day of the week at the designated place. The rules for trash disposal differ between municipalities. Please follow the rules of the local government in Togane.


Classification Collection Examples Garbage bag
Burnable waste
Food waste, paper, leather products, plastic, etc. Special plastic bags for burnable garbage (yellow color)
2/month Food cans, beverage cans, etc. Bags for recyclable and noncombustible waste

※Empty the contents and wash them with water

※After washing, crush the PET bottles

※Please remove labels from the PET bottles and throw them away as burnable garbage

※Please put caps on the PET bottles and throw them away
2/month Glasses, food bottles, beverage bottles, etc.
PET bottles
2/month Plastic bottles
2/month Small home appliances,cookware, etc.
1/ every 2 months Batteres Bags that can be seen inside (e.g. Supermarket plastics)
Fluorescent lamps
1/ every 2 months Fluorescent lamps

Oversize Garbage

Furniture and other large items that cannot fit in the garbage bag are subject to collection as "oversize garbage." For this type of garbage, you need to make a collection reservation in advance. Please note that incorrectly disposing oversize garbage is punishable by law.

To make a collection reservation

please call the Togane-shi Hokasanshicho Environmental Clean Center at 0475-50-5300.

When making a reservation, give the following information:
① address ② name ③ phone number ④ item and size

You will be given the following information:
① collection date ② location ③ disposal fee and ④ stores handling payment tickets.
Please make a note of this information

After purchasing a payment sticker, write down the collection date and your name on the sticker, and attach it to the bulky waste.

By 8:00 a.m. on the day of collection, put out the oversize garbage with the payment sticker attached at the designated place.

Please refer to the following website:

Disposal of personal computers:

Personal computers are subject to the Home Appliance Recycling Law, and therefore cannot be disposed of with oversize garbage. Consult with your dealer about disposal when you purchase a new computer.

(2) How to use the room/apartment

Take off your shoes at the entrance (genkan)

In Japan, it is customary to take off your shoes at the entrance (genkan). Even if you are living alone, do not wear your shoes inside your apartment.

Keep your apartment clean

When you move out of an apartment in Japan, you are required to return the apartment to its original condition. If you make a mess or break something in your apartment, you will have to repair it when you leave. Please be careful as the cost of such repairs can be very expensive.

(3) Respecting your neighbors

In order to avoid problems caused by noise, please pay attention to the following points, whether you are outside or inside your apartment.

  • Do not talk in a loud voice (Whether in person or on the phone)
  • Do not listen to music, watch TV, or play music at a high volume
  • Do not walk around the room loudly or make loud noises especially at night
  • Do not use a vacuum cleaner or washing machine at night
  • Do not open or close the door of your room loudly
  • It is important to be as quiet as possible between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
  • It is customary to greet your neighbors when you move in.

Campus Facilities and Academic Information

Togane Campus

(1) Mizuta Memorial Library

Opening hours: Weekdays 9:00-20:00 and Saturday 9:00-17:00

Closed on Sunday and designated holidays

(2) The Information Science Research Center

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:45-17:15

  • Center facilities may be reserved for class use by contacting the Center office.

(3) Cafeterias

- Tochi Terrace
Opening hours: 9:00-16:30

- Tabu Terrace
Opening hours: 11:00-18:00

- Fu Terrace:
Opening hours:11:00-18:00

(4) Medical Assistance

Available from Monday to Friday 9:00-17:00

(5) JIU Shop

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00-17:00 

(6) Kinokuniya Book Center

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00-16:00

(7) ATM (Chiba Bank)

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00-17:00

(8) 7-Eleven (convenience store)

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:30-18:30 

Kioicho Campus

(1) Library

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 9:00-21:50, Friday and Saturday 9:00-17:00

(2) Cafeteria

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday
Building 1: 11:30-13:30(Lunch)
Building 3: 7:30-9:30(Breakfast)/11:30-15:00(Lunch)

(3) Medical Assistance

Available from Monday to Thursday 9:00-21:30, Friday and Saturday 9:00-17:00

(2) Information Center

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00-18:30 and Saturday 9:30-17:00

(3) Medical Assistance

Available from Monday to Saturday 9:00-17:00

(4) Stationery Shop

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00-15:00

(5) Kinokuniya Book Center

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00-14:00


1. Class schedules

(1) Togane and Kioicho Campuses

Periods I II III IV V VI
Hours 9:05-10:50 11:00-12:45 13:25-15:10 15:20-17:05 17:15-19:00 19:10-20:55

2. Class survey and mid-term questionnaire

In the last class of each semester, students are asked to complete a survey evaluating the course. The survey is conducted through the web. In addition, we request that students fill out a mid-term questionnaire.

3. Suspension of railway services

In the event of a railway strike, if JR East suspends its first train of the day, classes will be cancelled that entire day. Please check the news carefully. If you have any questions as to whether school will be in session or not, contact the university at the number below.


0475-55-8800 (the main phone number for JIU)

4. Notification of cancellation of classes due to typhoon or natural disasters

In case of an approaching typhoon or natural disaster, please check the news section of the official website of the university ( for notices regarding the cancellation of classes.

5. Grading system

Numerical Range Notes
S 90-100 Credit earning (Pass)
A 80-89 Credit earning (Pass)
B 70-79 Credit earning (Pass)
C 60-69 Credit earning (Pass)
F Less than or equal to 59 Fail

6. Grade reports

(1) Announcement of grades

A day in each semester is designated for the announcement of grades, when the results are released on the web. In some cases, advisors and instructors of seminars and practicum courses are asked to give the students their grade reports and provide guidance in person. The announcement of grades for supplementary and make-up examinations is conducted in the same way.

(2) Inquiries and problems regarding the grades

On the day of grade announcements, the respective faculty or administration office accepts inquiries regarding the announcements.

7. GPA

GPA stands for “Grade Point Average.” The purpose of introducing the GPA system is to conduct strict grade evaluation, to further enhance educational effects, to inspire students' learning motivation and to clarify learning objectives/study targets, and to standardize the grade evaluation criteria in accordance with evaluation criteria used outside the university in order to promote internationalization.

The Grade Point Average is calculated by giving grade points of  4, 3, 2,1 value to the evaluation of S, A, B,C and C respectively, multiplying the grade points by the number of credits per subject, and dividing that number by the total number of credits taken. By doing so the student's grade is evaluated on a scale different from credit acquisition. The GPA is stated on the grade report and the grade certificate. It is also displayed on the web when the grades are announced.


(number of credits with S grade)x4 + (credits with A)x3 + (credits with B)x2 + (credits with C)x1

total number of credits taken

  • Course cancellation

There is a cancellation period for registered courses.

If a student does not apply for cancellation of their registration on a course within this period, the course will be evaluated. The cancellation period for intensive courses will be set after the schedule announcement of those courses.

Mizuta Memorial Library (Togane Campus)

The Mizuta Memorial Library has all the necessary materials education and research at JIU. In addition to books and journals, it manages a collection that includes electronic journals, databases and audio-visual materials, where it currently maintains 300,000 books and a collection of 543 periodicals.

1. Library facilities

1st floor: Library Counter, Newspaper Reading Corner, Reference Book Corner, Periodical Reading Corner, Pocket Edition Corner, Mizuta Mikio Books Corner, Corner for Books by professors of JIU, Qualification and Employment Support Corner, Comics Corner, Audio-visual Corner (28 units), Media Lounge (60 PC units), Orientation Room (220 seats), and Group Study Rooms

2nd floor: Open-Stack Reading Room (Japanese books), Paperback Edition Corner, Chiba Prefecture reference material corner, Picture and Children’s Books Corner, Large Picture Books Corner, National Examinations Support Books Corner, Group Study Rooms (3 Rooms), Book-Stack Area

3rd floor: Open-Stack Reading Room (Western books), Corner for Chinese and Korean Books, Bound Magazines Corner, Group Study Rooms, Reading Booths (16 small rooms)

Reading places: 775 seats (With internet connections)

2. Use of the library

  1. Users: Students, professors and administrative workers, and others with the permission by the director of the library
  2. Entry procedure: Users should place their student card, identification card or admission card onto the "admission gate".
  3. Opening hours: Weekdays 9:00-20:00, Saturday 9:00-17:00
  4. Closed days: Sunday, national holidays, the University Anniversary (April 28)
    The library is closed for a certain period of time during the summer and winter holidays.

3. Library services

(1) Reading materials

Open-stack and on-site materials can be viewed freely. After using the library material, please put it back in its original location, or put it on a return rack.

(2) Checking out materials (books) from the library

With the exception of some materials (reference books, audio-visual materials, the latest issues of newspapers and magazines), library materials may be borrowed from the library by following the checking out procedures.

About the number of borrowable books and the lending period

Undergraduate students, research students and non-degree students 5 items within 2 weeks
Graduate students 10 items within 1 month

① Loaning library materials

Users should bring the library materials they wish to borrow, together with their student card, to the main counter of the library, or they should conduct the loan procedures using the automatic book check out and return device.

② Returning library materials

Borrowed books should be returned within the allowed borrowing period to the library using one of the following methods:

  • Return the library material to the main counter
  • Follow the return procedure using the automatic book check out and return device
  • Return the books to the book drops (Book drops are installed in front of the main entrance to the library and the entrance to the Library Office)

③ Lending period extension

Users can extend the loan period for the items borrowed from the library within the borrowing period at the main counter of the library or by using the application for the extension function via the “My OPAC” function of the Library Homepage. Loan extensions will be allowed only if someone else has not reserved the material and only for one time.

④ Notes on lending

  • It is not allowed to loan materials to other people
  • New loans cannot be made in cases where current loans are overdue
  • Users who lose or damage library materials while on loan will be required to pay penalties

4. Regulations on the use of the library

Every visitor to the library should follow the instructions of the staff members and be aware of the following regulations:

  • Please handle the equipment and materials of the library carefully.
  • Please keep quiet in the library. It is prohibited to smoke, eat, drink and cause any nuisance to other visitors.
  • It is your personal responsibility to manage your personal items. Please always carry your valuables with you.
  • Visitors of the library should comply with all copyright law.
  • Gatherings, the distribution of printed materials, and the posting of posters, labels or stickers are not allowed without the permission of the library.

5. Use of the library during evenings and on holidays

(1) Opening hours

Monday - Friday 20:00-22:00
Saturday (Shorter opening days) 17:00-22:00
Holidays (Sunday etc.) 9:00-22:00

(2) Borrowing and returning books

Please follow the borrowing procedure at the “Automatic lending and returning device of the library” (Tosho Jidou Kashidashi Henkyaku Souchi) on the 3rd floor, to return books please drop them in the Return Box located on the counter of the 3rd floor.

(3) Books and materials that may not be borrowed

Newspapers, the latest issues of magazines, reference books, books that bear the label “On Site Only” (Kannai Riyou), and audio-visual materials

(4) Facilities and corners that may not be used

Media Lounge, Audio-Visual Corner, Group Study Rooms and Reading Booths.

Places to Eat on Campus

There are several places at JIU where you can eat. There are three cafeterias at which you can buy hot meals and other places where you can buy snacks and drinks or eat takeout food.

Tochi Terrace

This is the cafeteria between the gym and the bus stop. This cafeteria sells ramen, udon and soba noodles as well as halal curry. In addition to these meals, there are two sets of meals (A and B) that change daily.

Fu Terrace

Fu Terrace is on the first floor of the building located behind the parking lots next to the rose garden. This cafeteria has different lunch menus every day and also sells a set halal meal.

Tabu Terrace

This cafeteria is located next to Fu Terrace and has a similar menu to Tochi Terrace.

7-Eleven Convenience Store

This convenience store is located on the second floor above Fu Terrace and Tabu Terrace (near the bookstore). Here you can buy drinks and sandwiches, along with "bento" (lunch box), pasta, rice balls and various other kinds of food. You can also use the microwave inside the store to heat your meals. If you buy instant noodles from this store, there is a place where you can add hot water.

JIU Shop

This is located near the ATM on the first floor of A-building. You can also buy snacks from the stationery store, such as instant noodles, and eat them next to the shop. Here you can also find vending machines selling hot and cold drinks.

***There is no alcohol allowed on the campus and smoking is only permitted in designated areas. Please note that by law you are not allowed to drink alcohol or smoke if you are under 20 years of age. This law is strictly enforced in Japan.

Places to Eat off Campus


Asian (0475-53-1700) Excellent food. Closed on Mondays. All-you-can-eat available. (\\)
Bamiyan (0475-20-2018) “Family restaurant” style located on the way to the Hiyoshidai neighborhood. (\)
Horaikaku (0475-52-1122) Banquet halls and regular dining. Good food and a little pricey. (\\)
Yutaka (Taiwanese) (0475-55-2353) Located on Route 126. Great variety of Taiwanese dishes.
Relaxed atmosphere and private function rooms available.(\\)

Family Restaurants (Diners)

Coco’s (0475-50-1337) Cheap and cheerful. Photo menu. Free refill drink bar. (\)
Gusto (0475-50-1020) Reasonable diner with Japanese/Western selection. Photo menu. (\)
Jonathan’s (0475-50-1318) Opening hours: 7:00-11:30. (\)

Fast Food

KFC (0475-50-1353) Located on Route 126.
McDonalds (0475-52-3711) Located on Route 126.
MOS Burger (0475-55-4888) Located two blocks from Togane Station.


Royal Indo (0475-82-0222) Located on Route 126.


Solivo (0475-53-6363) Located in Hiyoshidai. Excellent pizza and pasta. Reservations recommended. (\\)
Saizeriya (0475-52-6413) Popular amongst students. There are two in Togane one at Sunpia and the other one located on Route 126. (\)


Akakara (0475-50-2370) Japanese style “nabe” hotpot. Located on Route 126.
Opening hours: 17:00-23:00. (\\)
Dontaku (0475-86-7539) Good Kyushu food. Closed on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays. (\\)
Dotonbori (0475-55-6598) Okonomiyaki restaurant located on Route 126. (\\)
Hajime (0475-77-8445) Popular amongst JIU students. Located near Gumyo station.
Closed on Mondays. (\)
Kakuju (0475-52-3434) Across from Sunpia parking lot. Good food with reasonable prices. (\\)
Marukameseimen (0475-53-0066) Udon restaurant located on Route 126. (\)
Tokyo An (0475-52-3521) Excellent soba buckwheat restaurant. Located near Togane Station.
Closed on Thursdays. (\\)
Sukiya (0120-498-007) Gyudon (beef bowl) restaurant. Take-out available.
Located on Route 126. (\)
Yayoiken (0475-50-6087) Very reasonable Japanese food sets. Located on Route 126. (\)
Yoshinoya (0475-78-6065) Gyudon (beef bowl) restaurant. Take-out available.
Located on Route 126. (\)
Yume An (0475-55-4461) Good value “family restaurant” style. Located on Route 126.
Relatively vegetarian friendly. (\\)

Pizza Delivery

Domino’s (0475-54-5722) Delivery from 11:00-23:00 every day.
Pizza-la (0475-53-2700) Delivery from 16:00-22:00 on weekdays and 11:00 to 22:30 on weekends.


Bono-bono (0475-71-3266) Located on Route 126 Opening hours: 11:30-15:00, 17:00-23:00.
Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Gochi (0475-77-7336) Located near Togane City Hall. Opening hours: 11:00-22:00.
Guu Ramen (0475-52-3380) Located on Route 126. Opening hours: 11:00-20:00.
Closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Jandou (0475-55-8585) Located on Route 126. Opening hours: 11:00-15:00, 18:00-22:00.
Closed on Tuesdays.
Taishouken (0475-53-0935) Located on Route 126. Opening hours: 11:30-14:30, 17:00-20:30.
Closed on Tuesdays.
Yamaokaya (0475-53-6652) Located on Route 126. Open 24 hours.

Sushi (all “kaitenzushi” conveyer belt sushi places)

Choshimaru (0475-50-1377) Located on Route 126.
Hamazushi (0475-50-2322) Located on Route 126.
Kappazushi (0475-55-4077) Located on Route 126.
Kura Sushi (0475-86-6106) Located on Route 126.
Sushiro (0475-50-6511) Located on Route 126. The closest to JIU.


Menrai (0475-86-7836) Located on Route 126. Closed on the Mondays. (\)

Japanese style BBQ “Yakiniku”

Arizona (0475-78-3344) Popular amongst students. All-you-can-eat pork (\1,500). Near the campus.
Gyukaku (0475-53-4129) Choice of all-you-can-eat meat. (\\)
Seizaimon (Bekkan) (0475-53-3939) Located on Route 126. Excellent meat choices. (\\\)
Tanaka Shoten (0475-77-8929) Located on Route 126. (\\)
Takarajima (0475-50-1319) Located on Route 126. (\)


1. Please check these rules carefully and follow them when riding bicycles in Japan.

Five safety rules for bicycle riding

(1) Bicycles are generally allowed to be ridden on the roadway, but not on the sidewalks

Under the Road Traffic Law, bicycles are regarded as light vehicles. Therefore, in principle, bicycles should be ridden on roads where there is a distinction between roads and sidewalks.


Imprisonment of not more than 3 months or a fine of not more than 50,000 yen

(2) Riding on the left side of the road

Bicycles are required to be ridden on the left side of the road.


Imprisonment for not more than 3 months or a fine of not more than 50,000 yen

(3) On sidewalks, pedestrians have priority

When riding bicycles on sidewalks, you must ride at a speed that allows you to stop immediately for pedestrians (or potential hazards).


Fines or penalties of up to 20,000 yen

(4) Observe safety rules

① Do not drink and ride

Bicycles must not be ridden under the influence of alcohol.


Imprisonment for 5 years or more, or a fine of 1,000,000 yen or less (In the case of drunk driving)

② Riding a bicycle with two passengers is prohibited

Riding with more than one person is prohibited except when the bicycle has been specially adapted for carrying a child under 6 years old.


A fine of not more than 20,000 yen

③ No parallel riding

Riding side by side is prohibited except in areas marked with a "Parallel Riding" sign.


A fine of not more than 20,000 yen or a fine of imprisonment

④ Turn on the bicycle lights at night

At night, turn on the front and tail lights (and use reflective equipment).


Penalty: A fine of not more than 50,000 yen

⑤ Obey traffic signals

Always obey traffic lights and signals.


Imprisonment for not more than 3 months or a fine of not more than 50,000 yen

⑥ Stop at intersections

Obey stop signs and slow down when entering a wide road from a narrow road. Make sure that you can proceed safely.


Imprisonment for not more than 3 months or a fine of not more than 50,000 yen

Major rules to observe when riding bicycles

(Extract from Chiba Prefecture Road Traffic Law Enforcement Bylaws, Article 9)


A fine of up to 50,000 yen

⑦ It is prohibited to ride a bicycle while using an umbrella

⑧ It is prohibited to ride a bicycle while using mobile phones, etc.

⑨ It is prohibited to ride a bicycle while using headphones, etc.

Caution about using bicycles

① About No-Brake Piste bicycle

It is a violation of the Road Traffic Law (defective bicycle braking system) if you ride a competition bicycle called a "no-brake piste" on a public road.


A fine of up to 50,000 yen

② Paying special attention to visually impaired pedestrians

There have been cases of visually impaired people having their white cane broken by bicyclists while riding. If you see someone walking with a white cane, please slow down, pay special attention and be considerate of others.

③ Use a bicycle with the TS mark. For details, please refer to the link below.

2. JR and Suica cards

(The following is an extract from the JR East HP:

What is Suica?

Suica is an IC card issued by the East Japan Railway Company that can be used for trains, buses, and shopping.

One-touch operation through ticket gates

With Suica, you can pass through ticket gates with a single touch on the card reader machine.

When passing through a station, your fare will be automatically adjusted at the ticket gate

By charging the card in advance, you can pay automatically at the ticket gate when you exit the there.

These cards can be used on trains and buses in all areas from Hokkaido to Okinawa

It is possible to use on major railways and buses from Hokkaido to Okinawa.

Cards that can also be used for shopping

You can use the cards as electronic money at stores marked with Suica, Pasmo, etc.

How to purchase a Suica card

(1) At station counters and ticket vending machines

You can purchase Suica at multi-function ticket vending machines and Midori-no-Madoguchi windows at JR East stations within the Suica area, and at Midori-no-Madoguchi windows at stations where the Shinkansen stops.

Types of Suica cards

(1) Suica Commuter Pass

A commuter pass is a card that is only used for designated routes. If you travel outside the route, you will have to pay for the extra fare at the gate.

(2) A Personal Suica card

A personal Suica card is a card with your name printed on it. It can be charged with a deposit and automatically adjusts the fare for the traveled section by simply touching the card reader machine. It can be lost and reissued.

(3) Suica card

A Suica card that can be used by anyone who has charged the card by depositing money into the card. Bearer card.

(4) Mobile Suica

A service that allows users to issue and charge Suica card using their smartphones.



1. 住まい

JIUでは,協定校の留学生のためにJosai I-House東金グローバル・ヴィレッジを用意しています。

Josai I-House東金グローバル・ヴィレッジ











JOSAI I-HOUSE東金グローバル・ヴィレッジ(東金キャンパス)
家賃 2人部屋(トイレ・シャワー付き):37,000円(月額)
入寮申込金 30,000円(年額)
インターネット代 家賃込み
水道光熱費 家賃込み


Center for International要確認

2. 日本での暮らし





区分 収集回数
週3回もしくは週5回 生ごみ,紙類,皮製品,プラスチックなど 可燃ごみ専用袋(黄色)

月2回 食料缶,飲料缶など 資源ごみ・不燃ごみ専用袋

月2回 食料ビン,飲料ビンなど
月2回 ペットボトル
月2回 小型家電製品, 調理器具など
2ヵ月に1回 乾電池 中身が見える袋
2ヵ月に1回 蛍光灯類





(1) 予約の際は

(2) 必要な情報
(①収集日,②場所,③処理手数料,④納付券取扱店) が伝えられますので,メモを取りましょう。

(3) 納付券を購入したら,収集日と氏名を記入し,粗大ごみに貼ります。

(4) 収集日当日の朝8時までに,納付券を貼った粗大ごみを指定された場所に出します。










  • 大きな声で話をしない。(対面でも電話でも)
  • 大音量で音楽を聴いたり,TVを見たり,演奏したりしない。
  • 部屋の中を大きな足音を立てて歩かない
  • 夜中に掃除機や洗濯機をかけない
  • 部屋のドアの開閉は静かに
  • 日本では特に夜10時から朝7時の間は静かにすべき時間帯です。


  • 日本での生活を楽しもう。
  • 日本人学生や地域の人々とも積極的に交流しましょう。
  • 地域のイベントに参加するのもおすすめです。
  • イベント情報は国際教育センターで入手可能です。
  • まずは知り合う為に,引っ越しをしたら近隣にご挨拶しましょう。


1. 自転車のルールを守り,安全で快適な自転車ライフを送りましょう.



(1) 自転車は,車道が原則,歩道は例外




(2) 車道は,左側を通行




(3) 歩道は歩行者優先で,車道寄りを徐行




(4) 安全ルールを守る

① 飲酒運転は禁止



5年以上の懲役又は100万円以下の罰金 (酒酔い運転の場合)

② 二人乗りは禁止




③ 並進は禁止




④ 夜間はライトを点灯








⑥ 交差点での一時停止と安全確認








⑦ 傘差し運転禁止

⑧ 携帯電話等使用禁止

⑨ ヘッドホン等使用禁止

(5) 自転車の利用に関する注意

① ノーブレーキピストについて 




② 自転車での白杖破損


③ TSマークのついた自転車を使用しましょう!(詳細以下)

2. JRとSuicaについて

(以下,JR東日本HP: より抜粋)






あらかじめ入金(チャージ)することで, 改札を出る時に改札機で自動精算できます.






(1) 駅窓口・券売機で 



(1) Suica定期券 


(2) My Suica(記名式)

入金(チャージ)しておくことにより,改札機にタッチするだけで自動的に乗車区間の運賃を精算できるSuica. 紛失再発行可.

(3) Suicaカード


(4) モバイルSuica