Frequently Asked Questions

I'm worried that I won't get along with my housemates. What do I do?

There is no need to worry. We usually hold a welcome party when a new tenant comes to the house.
You may feel a bit nervous at the beginning, but you will surely get used to the environment as you talk with your housemates everyday and interact through various kinds of events.
At the same time, we consider etiquette when living together is very important. Each room has a lock and you will have your own time. It's up to you how you enjoy life here. So why not try to make the most of this environment?

Do you receive any enquiries from foreigners?

So far, we have been contacted by people from:
France, India, Brazil, Thailand, the U.S., and UK. Some of them have actually lived in the house.

Is it economically beneficial to live in a share house?

One of the biggest merits for living in a share house is actually the money you save.
If you start living alone, you will need approximately 300 thousand yen to pay for furniture and electronic appliances, a deposit, handling fee, and moving expenses. On the other hand, if you live in a share house, all you have to pay for is a deposit (rent for a month).
The shared space is fully furnished and has internet access, and your individual room will come with a bed. Although it may differ according to the house you move in to, you may be able to cut moving expenses up to 200 thousand yen, as all you have to pay will be 100 thousand at most. As a result, the fact that you can start your new life with minimal expense is a big plus.

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What comes with the house?

It depends on the room-type. All living and dining rooms have necessary appliances such as a TV, refrigerator, and microwave oven. Each room has a bed and storage compartment, so you don't need to prepare any of these. Just bring your clothes and other belongings.

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Do tenants clean the shared space?

No. Once a week, a cleaner comes to tidy up the shared space. You will need to clean your own room.

Can I enter the house right away?

It is possible if it is vacant. We divide the rent according to the date you move in, so there is no difference whether you come at the beginning of the month or the end. If you’re in a hurry, please consult us, as we may be able to meet your needs.

Can I invite my friends to the house?

Of course you can. It will be welcomed, as this is how you and your housemates broaden the connection with various kinds of people. However, you need to notify your schedule to your housemates well in advance, using the mailing list created for the house.
Its rule varies from house to house, so please make sure when you come to take a look at the house.

How old are the tenants? What is the ratio of men and women?

There are a lot of contacts from people in their twenties and thirties. As a rule, the ratio of men and women is 5:5.
A bit more women than men in reality. So both men and women are welcome.

Can a couple (married/unmarried) live in the house?

It depends on each house, but there are some rooms for two persons. Please look at the vacancy in this website.

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Can I make contract without a guarantor?

It is possible, but we may charge extra for the deposit.

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