Where is Kashiwa-no-ha City?
It is a new town in the northwestern part of Kashiwa city, Chiba prefecture within 30 minutes from Tokyo.
Kashiwa-no-ha City refers to the area (about 13 square kilometers) from the Tsukuba Express Kashiwanoha-Campus station to Kashiwa-Tanaka station. It is located in the northwestern part of Kashiwa city, Chiba prefecture, and is connected with Akihabara by train in approximately 30 minutes. Currently in this area, large-scale urban development is proceeding mainly on the land rezoning project. In the area, various facilities such as prefectural Kashiwa-no-ha park, University of Tokyo, Chiba University, national research institute, etc. are located, which is a major factor characterizing Kashiwa-no-ha.
What is the concept of urban development?
We're aiming at the international academic research city and the next generation environmental city on public, private and academic partnerships
The concept of urban development for Kashiwa-no-ha is "harmony of university and town." In other words, we are aiming for a city that creates new knowledge, industry and culture, and living in the excellent environment and high quality public space. In order to realize that, "private " who is responsible for public services in the region, "private" who are responsible for improving the vitality and appeal of the area, "academic" which conducts advanced activities based on expertise and technology Each entity works together to promote urban development every day.
Smart City Tour
We are introducing efforts of urban development on the tour.
We are renting the place for community development.
Urban Design Center Kashiwa-no-ha [UDCK]
UDCK has three functions: a think tank to carry out "investigation, research and proposals" for a new city development; a coordinator to promote projects through "coordination and support" of actual development; and a body to "dispatch information" to call for participation.
Open: 10:00 - 19:00 Monday through Saturday
Close: Sunday, Holiday, Year-end and New Year holidays
The University of Tokyo / Chiba University / Kashiwa City / Mitsui Fudosan / The Kashiwa Chamber of Commerce and Industry / Tanaka Region Furusato Association / Metropolitan Intercity Railway Company