KeMCo promotes the exchange of technologies and methodologies as well as exchanges between people and organizations through collaborations within and without the university on the basis of research and educational activities involving cultural assets.
Keio University's Mita Campus has a wide variety of buildings from the Meiji and Taisho eras, which are designated as important cultural properties, as well as post-earthquake reconstruction buildings built after the Great Kanto Earthquake
An artist talk will be held for the exhibition "SHOW-CASE project No. 4 Tatsuo Kawaguchi Gaze Breathing via Branchial Respiration", which is currently being prepared at the Keio University Art Center. At the gallery talk, Mr. Tatsuo Kawagu
A University encompasses diverse cultures. Research and education in various disciplines generate autonomous collections which reflect unique cultural backgrounds of each academic field. A university museum is a place where the
We will examine the relationship between books and the people in their thrall from the three perspectives of “Books to Collect and Share,” “The Love of a Well-preserved Volume,” and “The Will to Publish.” Kanazawa Bunko, Gotoh Museum, Seika