UTokyo navi

UTokyo navi integrates and delivers information about events held by the departments and institutes of the University of Tokyo.

About UTokyo navi

UTokyo navi

A wide variety of educational events are continuously held at the University of Tokyo for people inside and outside the campus. These include open lectures and symposiums featuring prominent figures in academic and other fields. However, these plenty of valuable educational resources are not yet widely known to the public to be fully appreciated.

Events such as symposiums are particularly useful to UTokyo students as learning opportunities outside of their classes, and there was a growing need for a platform enabling them to easily access the information of those events. Therefore, in 2007, we launched “UTokyo navi” with the aim of providing information about educational events to UTokyo students.

UTokyo navi shares information about educational events held on campus via the website, an email magazine, LINE@, and Twitter.
It has now grown and can be used by UTokyo staff and people outside the campus, as well as by UTokyo students.

Expand your learning opportunities with UTokyo navi!

  • Integrates and delivers information about educational events held by the departments and institutes of the University of Tokyo
  • Information shared via: our website, an email magazine, LINE@, and Twitter
  • Free to use
  • Provides feature articles such as “UTokyo Book Review” and “Voices of UTokyo Students”

UTokyo navi mascots: Mememou and Navicco

Mememou and Navicco became friends of UTokyo navi in 2017.

A flock of Navicco usually gathers information for Mememou. It says, “Hmm. I see!” and broadcasts the information from its antenna to all of you.

See if you can find them on the UTokyo navi website!

Mememou and Navicco

Feature articles in UTokyo navi

UTokyo navi publishes feature articles that are useful for life on campus for UTokyo students.

Familiarize yourself with cutting-edge science!: Tokyo College Event “The Mysterious Particles: Neutrinos” is about the lecture on neutrinos given by Professor Takaaki Kajita, winner of a Nobel Prize in 2015 for his research at the Kamiokande. We published an event report about the talk session that took place after the lecture between UTokyo students and Professor Kajita.

How UTokyo students spend time at home: From the UTokyo navi survey “What is your favorite pastime at home?” In this article, we introduce various ways to spend time and have fun alone at home, according to the survey that shows what is “fun at home” for UTokyo students.

For UTokyo academic/administrative staff who would like to post event information

By filling in the information about your event on the set template and sending it to us, the information will be posted on the UTokyo navi website.

For more details, please visit “For UTokyo academic/administrative staff who would like to post event information.”