Giving to Tokyo Tech

Tokyo Institute of Technology Fund

The Tokyo Institute of Technology Fund (Tokyo Tech Fund) was established to celebrate the 130th anniversary of the Institute in 2011, and to ensure a sustainable future for Tokyo Tech while maintaining the highest levels of education and research. To date, contributions to the fund have created real impact in the lives of many, providing support for various scholarships, study-abroad programs, and student clubs, assisting international students who made the Institute and Japan their home, promoting and improving science and technology education at various levels, and supporting brilliant, young researchers with research grants. Make your impact and give now.

Sakura Rejuvenation campaign

Sakura Rejuvenation campaign
April through September 2020

Having survived for over 80 years, the cherry trees in front of the Main Building on Ookayama Campus are now in need of life-saving care and attention. The Sakura Rejuvenation campaign is about ensuring that existing and new sakura trees to be planted on Tokyo Tech's campuses are preserved for generations to come. The names of individuals who donate JPY 10,000 or more will be printed on a stainless steel plate and placed near the newly planted trees on Ookayama Campus. Give now and make your mark on campus.

Sakura Rejuvenation campaign

Jan. 20, 2020
The DLab Fundouter has been establishued.
Nov. 18, 2019
The Tokyo Tech Fund website has been renewed.
Nov. 18, 2019
Donors invited to Bequest Gift Seminar on November 13.
Nov. 18, 2019
Donors joined President's Donor Appreciation Gathering on October 30.

Areas of Support

Areas of Support

When giving to Tokyo Tech, you can specify your preferred area of support.

Tokyo Tech Fund Office