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Club Activities / Alumni and Supporting Associations

Clubs and societies

Sports clubs

American Football Club Soccer Club
Shorinji Kempo Club Volleyball Club
Hiking Club Tennis Club
Athletics Club Soft Tennis Club
Swimming Club Baseball Club
Kyudo Club Junko Baseball Club
Karate Club Rubber-ball Baseball Club
Judo Club Rugby Club
Kendo Club Golf Club
Skiing Club Mountaineering Club
Basketball Club Table Tennis Club
Badminton Club Cheering Club

Cultural societies

Brass Band English Speaking Society
Tea Ceremony Club Igo/Shogi Club
Computer Information Club Art Club
Folk Song Club Glee Club
Mandolin Club Campus Festival Organizing Committee
Photography Club

Societies and shared-interest groups

(sports) (culture)
“INFINITY” Dance Club “Gekidan Setsuna” Theater Club
“Home Sickers” Basketball Club “Bridge” Tohoku Aid Society
“SOLES” Cheer Dance Club “Kumae” Cambodia Aid Society
Light Music Club Writers’ Club
FSG (rubber-ball baseball club) “Sketch” Art Club
“spin’S” Table Tennis Club “Yurumani” Travel Club
“CPM” Soccer Club “KDF” Business Management Club
“B&F” Futsal Club Jazz Club

Alumni associations, supporting societies, etc.

University of Hyogo Gakuyukai

A successor to the separate alumni associations of our pre-consolidation universities, Gakuyukai was founded in February 2008, and is a large conglomeration including the University of Hyogo’s current students and faculty.


An alumni association comprising graduates of Hyogo Prefectural Kobe High School of Commerce, Hyogo Prefectural Kobe College of Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, and the University of Hyogo School of Economics and School of Business Administration.

Shinshokai Koenkai

A support group consisting of parents, etc. of current students, as an external group associated with the University of Hyogo’s Kobe Campus for Commerce.

UNITY (Kobe Academic Park Association for the Promotion of Inter-University Research and Exchange)

An inter-university exchange facility operated jointly by the seven institutions of higher education in Kobe Academic Park.
Classes with credits recognized mutually among the participating schools, as well as public lectures, and research and exchange, are held here.