Universities in Japan are doing everything they can to attract students amid the aging society and decline in young people.

One approach to lure applicants is to provide dormitories with state-of-the-art facilities.

Takushoku University opened a dormitory in April last year at its Hachioji campus in western Tokyo. The orange and brown College House Fuso complex includes four four-story buildings and a three-floor one. They only admit residents who have cleared its strict security system.