Nagoya is a city representative of the Chubu region. Nagoya Station, which serves as a gateway to the city, connects the city with major cities in the Tokyo Metropolitan area and the Kinki and Chubu regions by rail. Moreover, Chubu Centrair International Airport and the Port of Nagoya helps expand the city’s global network. With the Linear Chuo Shinkansen Line due to start operation in 2027, it is expected that the city’s urban functions and global competitiveness will be further enhanced in the future. In the area to the south of Nagoya Station, Sasashima Live, an urban area that is being developed as a hub for international interaction and hospitality by Nagoya City, is located approximately ten minutes’ walk from the station. We found that the development concept for the area matched our founding spirit, so we opened our Nagoya Campus in this area in 2012. In 2015, we signed a partnership agreement aimed at developing the local community with the Housing and Urban Planning Bureau of the Nagoya Municipal Government. The second phase construction of the campus was completed in March 2017, and the Sasashima Live area was opened in October in the same year. With the campus harmonized with the city’s most newly developed area with various information dissemination capacities in the fields of politics, economy, culture, and international exchange, you will feel a close connection with society through daily learning. In addition, a new plan is being developed to establish water access from the Nakagawa Canal (water space) to the Kinjo Pier via the Lalaport shopping center. The Sasashima Live area, which also contributes to enhancing the convenience of tourists, will continue to develop in the future.