In addition to the Faculty of Oriental Studies, the University has two centres for Japanese Studies:
The Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
27 Winchester Road, Oxford, OX2 6NA
Tel: 01865 274570
Fax: 01865 274574
The Nissan Institute is a major international research centre for the study of modern Japan. The Nissan Institute has a 150-seat lecture theatre, teaching rooms, offices, and residential accommodation for a Visiting Fellow. It also houses the University's collection of Japanese books known as the Bodleian Japanese Library. The Nissan Institute is responsible for two series of publications on Japan : the Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies series , and the Nissan Occasional Papers series.
The Research Centre for Japanese Language and Linguistics
41 Wellington, Oxford, OX1 2JF
Tel +44 (0) 1865 280383
Fax +44 (0) 1865 278190
The Research Centre for Japanese Language and Linguistics is an umbrella for research activities related to Japanese language and linguistics within the University.
A major focus for future developments is to acquire funds for studentships for graduate students in order to be able to continue to attract the best international graduate students. The Faculty of Oriental Studies also hope to be able to fill a post in Japanese medieval history, but this will likely require at least partial external funding.
Funding for graduate students is a significant problem.
The University of Oxford maintains a Japan office in Tokyo, run by Dr David Morris. University of Oxford Japan Office Yoyogi Terrace 412 1-32-27 Tomigaya Shibuya-ku 151-0063 Tokyo