University Overview

Access

A town that connects space and time - Ise is a land of history and traditions.
  The Ise-Shima area has been a major pilgrimage destination since ancient times because it contains Ise Jingu, Saiku (the residence of the High Priestess of Ise Jingu), and other sites connected with the Shinto tradition. As the region is located in a national park, it also has many beautiful mountains and rivers, and visitors can enjoy splendid ocean views. It is referred to as the "heart of Japan," and for this reason it was chosen to host the 2016 G-7 summit meeting.
  Kogakkan University is uniquely positioned to foster Japanese traditions in a natural environment, but with convenient domestic and international access. Nagoya, Osaka, and Kyoto are easily reached by train from Iseshi Station (JR and Kintetsu lines) or Ujiyamada Station (Kintetsu line). A ferry service from Tsu or Matsusaka City connects the region to the Chubu Centrair International Airport. Express buses and the Ise Expressway also make it easy to travel to and from the area.
Kogakkan University
Address

1704 Kodakushimoto-cho, Ise City,
Mie Prefecture 516-8555
E-mail:
FAX: +81 596-27-1704

Access About a 10-minute bus ride to the Kogakkan Daigakumae bus stop from Iseshi Station (JR and Kintetsu) or Ujiyamada Station (Kintetsu) using the bus to the Inner Shrine (Naiku) via the Jingu History Museum (Chokokanmae). The university is also about a 15-minute walk from Ujiyamada Station.
Location information from here 

Entrance Examination
Ise-Shima Guide