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Collaborations

  IJS has expanded its research base through academic conferences, research activities, and fostering of the future specialists. On top of these continuous efforts through which IJS has earned mutual trust from other institutions, we have made official agreements for collaboration. To be in an agreement with an institution whose abundant resources may lead us to another level of networks holds a great importance when we grow as a global base for Japanese Studies. Our collaborative network is being expanded year after year, and it is our goal to establish an official exchange agreement with credible institutions in China, US, Australia, as well as in Europe.
Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI)
Contracted Institutes
Location 35, Baumeo-ro 1-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul (Umyeon-dong), KOREA
Summary Founded in August 1972, KEDI serves as a leading institution in educational policy research and
planning, guiding the national agenda in formulating a unique education system as a contribution to Korea’s dynamic growth. With a focus on strengthening educational frameworks, enhancing the quality of education, and fostering national talent, KEDI has successfully promoted national education development in an effort to create innovative systems crucial to Korea’s future.

Through consistent partnerships with various international organizations including the UNESCO, the OECD, the World Bank, and the APEC, KEDI proudly ranks among the world-class research institutes of educational policy.
Cooperation Content Mutual resource exchange
Academic exchange
Collaborative research
Website https://www.kedi.re.kr/khome/main/webhome/Home.do
Institute for Social Science, University of Tokyo
Contracted Institutes
Location 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Summary The disciplines of ISS staff cover the four academic fields of social sciences of law, political science, economics and sociology, and the regions that are being studied spread throughout Japan, East Asia, Europe and the Americas. The mission of the ISS is to conduct empirical studies using historical and comparative perspectives, and to contribute to a social scientific understanding of Japan and of the world by taking advantage of the interdisciplinary and international nature of academic foundation.
Cooperation Content Mutual resource exchange
Academic exchange
Collaborative research
Website http://jww.iss.u-tokyo.ac.jp/
The Ohara Institute for Social Research, Hosei University
Contracted Institutes
Location 4342 Sihara-machi Machida City, Tokyo
Summary The Ohara Institute for Social Research, founded in 1919, is one of the oldest research institutes in the fields of social science in Japan. The institute took its name from its founder, Magosaburo Ohara, a business magnate from Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture. In 1949, the institute became affiliated with Hosei University.
The defining characteristic of the institute is its focus on the studies of social and labor issues. It has a specialized library and resource center that allow access to users regardless of academic qualifications.
Cooperation Content Resource exchange
Information exchange
Website http://oohara.mt.tama.hosei.ac.jp
Keio Institute of East Asian Studies (KIEAS)
Contracted Institutes
Location 2-15-45 Mita, Minato Ward, Tokyo
Summary The Institute was founded in 1984 as the Keio Center for Area Studies, as part of the project commemorating the 125th anniversary of the founding of Keio University. In 2003, it was renamed as the Keio Institute of East Asian Studies. The Institute enthusiastically promotes exchanges and joint projects with other research institutes, researchers, businesspeople, journalists, etc., as an arena for conducting studies on various East Asian issues in an interdisciplinary and comprehensive way.
Cooperation Content Academic exchanges
Website http://www.kieas.keio.ac.jp
Center for Modern Korean Studies, University of Shizuoka
Contracted Institutes
Location 52-1 Yada, Suruga Ward, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka
Summary Center for Modern Korean Studies at University of Shizuoka directs focused and holistic researches composed on three distinct disciplines: politics of Korean peninsula centering on both international relations and political transformations of South and North Koreas; economy such as Korea-Japan economic cooperation; and social-cultural fields which require enhanced mutual understanding between Korea and Japan.
Cooperation Content Research exchange
Website http://ir.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp/grad/research/index
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