Past the national cultural asset Hagi-no-o Old Tomb, one of the ornamental old tombs from the 6th century, which lies far down the slope in front of the college on the green plateau, stand the “Taimei” Dormitories located just across the prefectural border along the Seki River.

 The five living houses are named “Wakaba (young leaves)”, “Aoba (green leaves)”, “Momiji (maple leaves)”, “Ginnan (gingko)” and “Sakura (cherry)”. These names are symbolic of the healthy growth of young boys and girls, and about three-hundred students from Fukuoka and nearby prefectures live together and lead their dormitory lives training themselves to acquire manners and a sense of solidarity in an orderly group life for the purpose of fostering generous human nature under the leadership of the teachers.

 The students also cultivate their spirit of trust and cooperation while enjoying their everyday lives and taking various annual events into their voluntary routines.

Sakura Dorm. (for the female student)
Sakura Dorm. (for the female student)

Admission Capacity,Present Number

Name of Dormitories Borders Number of Rooms Admission Capacity Present Number
Per Room Total
Ginnan Dorm. 3rd – 5th, foreign students 75 1~2 78 68
Momiji Dorm. 2nd – 4th 22 1~3 44 41
Aoba Dorm. 2nd – 4th 22 1 ~3 44 40
Wakaba Dorm for male students 1st – 4th 16 1 ~4 54 54
for female students 1st, 4th 6 1 ~4 18 23
Sakura Dorm. (for the female student) 2nd – 5th, foreign students 38 1 ~2 47 44
Total 285 270

As of April 4, 2020