This page outlines some important points to explain Keio University's terms and policies in relation to the Keio University Faculty of Letters website. By using our site you accept these terms. Please understand that the information below is subject to change without notice.

Site Content

This is the official website of the Faculty of Letters of Keio University, operated by the Office of Communications and Public Relations.

Keio University bears no responsibility for the content of external sites linked from the Keio University Faculty of Letters website.

We take great care to ensure accurate information, but situations may arise in which there are errors due to technical malfunction or other issues. Additionally, the information is current as of the day it is posted and may not be up to date at the time of reading.

Copyright Infringement

All information on the Keio University Faculty of Letters website, including news articles, essays, photographs, images, illustrations, logos, trademarks, and the like (collectively, the content), as well as its arrangement and relevant data, is owned by Keio University. The use of the content of the Keio University Faculty of Letters website or any other content on our sites for any purposes other than your own personal information and noncommercial use is expressly prohibited without prior consent of Keio University.

Linking to the Keio University Faculty of Letters Website

Please feel free to link to the Keio University Faculty of Letters website. Please clearly reference the source material for page elements such as images. Any unattributed references are strictly prohibited.

Privacy Policy

Keio University respects your right to privacy. This policy summarizes what personally identifiable information we may collect, and how we might use this information. This policy also describes other important topics relating to your privacy.

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