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Locking of ISSP Buildings

Since the University of Tokyo activity restriction level has gone down to “Level 0.5” as from July 13, 2020, entrances of all ISSP buildings are open from 8 am till 6 pm.

Updated on 16 July, 2020

Considering the current situation in the greater Tokyo area, we will continue to operate under the University of Tokyo activity restrictions level 1 for the time being. Continuously we will always lock the south side of the ISSP Building A.

Updated on July 6, 2020

On July 6 1, 2020, when the activity restriction level of the University of Tokyo goes down to “Level 0.5”, entrances of all ISSP buildings will be unlocked from 9:00 am on July 6 1, and then from 8 am till 6 pm onwards.

Entrances of C and K buildings are open since June 16, and northwest and northeast sides of D and A buildings are already unlocked respectively since June 22.

Updated on June 26, 2020
Updated on June 23, 2020

In response to the spreading COVID-19 outbreak, the University of Tokyo has raised its activity restriction level* to the “Level 2.” In accordance with this heightened university-wide alert level, the Kashiwa Campus is imposing new restrictions on its activities.

As part of these measures, the entrances of the ISSP Buildings A, B, C, D, E, and K are locked throughout the day from 10:00 am, April 7, 2020 onward. Access to those buildings requires a registered staff/student ID card.

In addition, the use of conference rooms in the ISSP main building is also being restricted. Meetings should be held online in principle. If the use of a conference room is necessary for inevitable reasons, please contact the General Affairs Section.

*To learn more about The University of Tokyo Activity Restriction Levels, please see here.

Thank you for your kind understanding and cooperation.

ISSP General Affairs office
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(Published on: Tuesday April 7th, 2020)