Hiroshima Astrophysical Science Center (HASC) of Hiroshima University operates a 1.5-m diameter telescope named 'Kanata' (meaing 'far away' in Japanese) which was built in 2006 May. This telescope stands in Higashi-Hiroshima Observatory at 503-m above sea-level, situated 7 km to the southeast of Hiroshima university. The natural seeing size at the observatory is ~1.1-1.2'' in avarage (FWHM in R-band). This telescope currently moves with a speed of 5 degs/sec in azimuth, which is five times faster than the previous control system for one-meter size telescopes. The enclosure of the telescope (a hemisphere-type dome) can also rotate with the same speed.