The Demachiyanagi area is surrounded by lush greenery,
including the Kamo River Delta, where the Kamo River and Takano River meet,
and Shimogamo Shrine, a World Heritage Site.
The Demachiyanagi area is also home to the Demachi Masugata shopping street
and old Japanese confectionery shops, making it a great area for eating out.
Just a 10 minute walk from Demachiyanagi Station is the 8NEST Share House
People from all over the world are living together in this share house
while enjoying international exchange.
Kyoto University and Kyoto Zokei University are within walking distance,
and the convenience stores and supermarkets are close by,
making it a popular location for students as well!
There are 2 shower rooms, 2 toilets, and 9 rooms with a refrigerator, washing machine
and TV (you can bring in your own TV), and everything you need is provided,
so you don’t need to prepare for anything.
There is also a cafe on the first floor of the same building (open from 11am-10pm),
so it’s very convenient!
The caretaker is also a woman, so you can feel free to talk to her about it,
and even living alone for the first time can be a relief!
I’ll introduce you to some of the best restaurants in the Demachiyanagi area.
Conveniently located near Exit 4 of the Keihan Demachiyanagi Station.
You can buy from a single piece of the standard Mitarashi, Kinako, and Laver Soy Sauce flavors.
Before the entrance of Demachi Masugata Shopping Street
There are many kinds of mochi, monaka (sweet rice cake)
and yokan (sweet bean paste) including daifuku.
■Isehan（Anmitsu and Zenzai）https://tabelog.com/kyoto/A2601/A260302/26001023/
This famous restaurant has been featured in many magazines.
■Mitsubachi（Anmitsu and Kakigori） https://tabelog.com/kyoto/A2601/A260302/26002128/
The special apricot ice (800 yen), which is available in summer, is thick, crispy, and fluffy!
Modern atmosphere and eat-in option.
The baked goods on display are artistic, just as they were inspired by a museum.
A place where you can enjoy unpretentious bread with an unpretentious taste, like a downtown bakery, all for 100 yen!
Why don’t you start a new life in the charming city of Demachiyanagi?
At 8NEST, we can introduce you to share houses in Kyoto City
according to your purposes and preferences.
For international exchange share house in Kyoto, come to 8NEST!
Would you like to share your life with your housemates from all over the world? It is also recommended for students who want to keep the initial cost low because it is furnished with appliances. Whether you want to study Japanese, live in a location with easy access to the city, or live in a quiet Kyoto location, this share house is the place for you. Be sure to check it out!