What is a Share House?
A sharehouse is a rental space where people who are living independently, gather to live together. Except for private rooms, all other spaces are shared with fellow tenants. The shared spaces include the living room and dining space, where tenants can interact with each other, the kitchen, where they can prepare a variety of cuisines and meals, and the bathroom. Share houses are mainly occupied by similarly aged (young and middle-aged) independently living locals or foreigners who have moved to Japan. Share houses appeal to this group of people due to the diversity, comfort of living, and fun that they offer to its tenants. Share houses have become multicultural environments, providing shared spaces for locals and foreigners to interact with one another.
Who are the Residents of a Share House?
The residents of a share house can be anyone who is traveling to Japan for studying, working holidays, business purposes or just to have a vacation. They chose share houses to live with the comfort and warmth of a house. In share houses, people meet with other people communicate with them, and make new friends while gaining new experiences. People who do not want to feel isolated and alone at a new place like to stay in share houses. The residents of our sharehouses range from 18 to 35, and usually residents are looking for a place to live where they can meet new people and share unique experiences. Sharehouses provide its tenants with a space where they can connect and meet with like-minded people on a daily basis.
Benefits of Staying at a Share House
- ・The best advantage of living in a share house is that you get to live in a home-like place on an affordable budget. The share house fee is straightforward and there are no hidden fees.
- ・Like we said it will be a home-like experience so you will get almost every needful appliance at a share house. There will be no need for you to buy anything to start living at a share house. All of our share houses are fully furnished.
- ・Living in a shared house gives you a chance to expand your social circle and experience new things. In a diverse environment, you will meet locals and people from all over the world. You can learn languages and culture and immerse yourself in a new culture faster. You will gain deep experiences of living in Japan, and understand the values, perspectives, and lifestyle of Japan better.
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