Room K-3, Ichigaya Campus, Sophia University

Oct 16 2002

Twice a week I have Tokyo Urbanism class here in room K-3. On the first day, it took me a good while to find out where K-3 even is; there’s a tiny building out behind the main building, and I didn’t even know it existed. This building has three floors, each with one room. For the 3 hours or so before my class starts, both the room and I are free. That means I get to sneak in here and chill out for a couple of hours while other students have to put up with studying in the bewilderingly noisy library or the sub-appealing cafeteria. Having free time in the middle of the day and a quiet place to hang out means getting work done is no problem.