HomeKomaba Pond
BirthdayNovember 25th
Favorite phrase“kerokero”
HobbyTaking a walk
Strong pointPlaying hide-and-seek
Weak pointJumping
Favorite foodGingko nuts

Komakkero’s secrets

Komakkero lives in the Komaba Pond.

One day, Komakkero was taking a walk when he found a hat! Komakkero put it on and… Voila!

Komakkero could speak Japanese!

The ginkgo (“icho”) leaf on Komakkero’s tummy is the symbol of the Komaba campus.

The Komaba Festival is held right when the ginkgo season is at its peak.

Let’s walk the Icho street and look at all the stalls!

The reason why Komakkero has a tail is that Komakkero represents college students — not quite adults but also not quite children.

Online projects that Komakkero will appear on

Opening Ceremony

Everyday 8:30-9:00

Let's Challenge! Komakkero Show

21st, Saturday 10:30-11:00
21st, Saturday 14:30-15:00
22nd, Sunday 10:30-11:00
22nd, Sunday 14:30-15:00
23rd, Monday 10:30-11:00
23rd, Monday 15:00-15:30

Komakkero Park

Everyday All Day

KNOW MORE! Komakkero!

Everyday All Day

Komakkero Coloring Project

Everyday All Day


Everyday All Day

Komaba Campus Orienteering Challenge ("Campus Rally" in Japanese)

Everyday All Day

Komakkero Photo Studio

Everyday All Day

Closing Ceremony

23rd, Monday 16:00-17:00