I got a comment from Bogota on Studying is In-Part 1 post. He/She is planning to pursue a post degree in architecture in Tokyo--sounds awesome.
I'm answering his/her questions by posting this article because it's easier for him/her to read and get information than commenting him/her back--links are not hyperlinked in the comment section.
If there's anybody out there working in the field or learning architecture in Japan, please help Bogota with his research on universities, staff, programs, etc.
Thanks for your comment! I know a Todai graduate who has master's degree in Engineering, but his speciality is robot engineering, not architecture. Unfortunately, I don't know any architecture-oriented people among my friends and coworkers, so I did some research for you instead.
You may be interested in these universities:
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
You can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tokyo Institute of Technology
You can contact their International Office at email@example.com
I also found a list of blogs of architects and students learning architecture. I'm not sure if they speak English well or not, but you may want to contact them.
Tadao Ando, Riken Yamamoto, and Kengo Kuma--as you probably know, they are one of the most famous Japanese architects (even I know).
His works include:
Fukutoshin line Shibuya station
He used to teach at Todai, but it seems he no longer teaches there.
The University of Tokyo
His official site
Mr. Yamamoto teaches at Yokohama National University
His official site
Mr. Kuma received Energy Performance+Architecture Award 2008, France.
He teaches at Keio University.
I've just written a post on my Japanese blog talking about your questions.
If anyone comments on that post, I will let you know.
Hope these will help you :)
Good luck with your research and post graduate degree program!