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June 1 (Saturday), June 2 (Sunday), 2019
Scheduled to take place on November 2 (Saturday), November 3 (Sunday), 2019
Waseda-Keio Baseball Games as part of the Tokyo Big6 Baseball League have a long and noble tradition.
We encourage you all to cheer along at the games taking place at Jingu Stadium.
Classes will be subject to provisions to allow everyone at Keio to join together in supporting the team. For more details check the link below.
Note: Please direct inquires on the day of a Keio-Waseda Baseball Game as to whether it will take place, as well as on the game's progress and result, to the Jingu Telephone Service.
Jingu Telephone Service: 0180-993-589 or 03-3236-8000
The XXth President's Cup Softball Tournament (Finals)
The President's Cup Softball Tournament will again be held this year with the aim of promoting sports, physical conditioning, and exchange for Keio students. All student groups and seminars, male and female, are actively encouraged to take part in this event. Commemorative prizes will be awarded to the top three groups
The top four teams from the Qualifiers will appear in the Finals of the President's Cup Softball Tournament, which is set to take place in early December, with an exhibition match to be held between the winning team and the Keio Baseball Club.
How to apply: Carefully read and familiarize yourself with the Tournament Guidelines (download here) and fill in the application form below.
Duties content: Match referees (plate/base umpires), pre-match preparations, tidying-u
Venue: Hiyoshi Athletics Field
Dates and times:
Salary: 1000 yen (lunch provided)
Access and apply at the below page by 17:00, November 20 (Tuesday)
Part-time referee application form
Results of recruitment and further details will be sent when available.
⇒ Recruitment of part-time workers has now closed. Thank you.
"Travel to places in the life of Yukichi Fukuzawa" (participation limited to Keio students)
Note: Recruitment has now closed
⇒ Recruitment has closed for the current academic year.
There is a lively array of school festivals at the respective campuses of Keio University, with the Mita Festival of particular note. The Mita Festival and other campus festivals serve as both venues to present the outcomes of the various endeavors of research and Student Groups, and for exchange with local residents, and are thronged with many visitors over the festival periods.
Scheduled to take place from November 21 (Thursday) - November 24 (Sunday), 2019
Scheduled to take place from 1:00pm, November 19 (Tuesday) - November 20 (Wednesday)
Scheduled to take place on November 25 (Monday)
Classes during the festival will be cancelled over a period of roughly one week for the Mita Festival, including preparation and cleanup, to allow all Keio students to take part.
Scheduled to take place on October 12 (Saturday) and 13 (Sunday), 2019
Yotsuya Festival (Shinanomachi Campus)
Festival held on November 3 (Saturday), and November 4 (Sunday), 2018 * (Finished)
Tanabata Matsuri (Shonan Fujisawa Campus)
Scheduled to take place on July 6 (Saturday), 2019
Autumn Festival (Shonan Fujisawa Campus)
Scheduled to take place on October 12 (Saturday), 2019
Shiba-Kyoyaku Festival (Shiba-Kyoritsu Campus)
Scheduled to take place on October 12 (Saturday), and October 13 (Sunday), 2019