UTokyo TV offers videos of events held at the University of Tokyo, such as open lectures and seminars.
All videos are open to the public for free.
The University of Tokyo launched “TODAI TV” (now known as “UTokyo TV”) in 2005.
UTokyo TV offers videos of events such as UTokyo Open Lectures, open campus events, symposiums, and workshops. These videos are open to the public for free.
Some videos including training programs are limited to UTokyo staff and students.
In 2016, we started sharing some of our videos on the UTokyo TV YouTube channel.
The number of subscribers surpassed 100,000, and the channel won the Silver Creator Award.
Enjoy learning with our huge collection of videos based on research and educational activities at the University of Tokyo!
Pipili is a fantastic animal that lives on the Hongo Campus at the University of Tokyo. It has worked as a staff member of UTokyo TV since 2016.
It usually flies about between the trees on campus, catching interesting information with the antenna on its head.
Find Pipili on the UTokyo TV website, videos, Twitter, and elsewhere!
The “Features” page introduces you to details of the videos on UTokyo TV.
If you want to know what kind of videos are available, please check it out!
By providing videos of open lectures and seminars held at the University of Tokyo online, you can reach a wide audience without the restriction of time and place.
A one-time lecture/seminar can become a long-lasting resource available for everyone.
We hope UTokyo TV will be one of the means to share your educational and research activities at the University of Tokyo with the public.