At 8Nest Share House, residents from all over the world are living here, and many of them prepare their own meals, so there’s always someone in the kitchen when it’s time to eat.
And since many of them prepare their own meals, there’s always someone in the kitchen when it’s time to eat.
Today I’d like to take a peek at the table and tell you what kind of food is on display.
In the morning, the residents are preparing breakfast in the kitchen.
Sometimes they even share what they’ve cooked too much of.
This is a home-cooked Taiwanese meal prepared by a Taiwanese native.
They pack the food into tupperware, and when they’re eating, they take it from here to serve it.
Residents from Korea are also enjoying a lot of kimchi dishes.
It is made. This dish was very delicious with a perfect combination of spiciness and flavor.
The person from Italy is not too salty, and the pasta is not too salty, so I don’t know how Japanese people feel when they eat it.
You can see if you take a lot of salt in your regular meals.
Another dish from Italy, a pizza with lots of tomatoes, is also on the table.
The sweetness of the tomatoes is impressive and refreshing.
It is also served with a chocolate dessert.
The sushi, which he says he wanted to make at least once when he came to Japan!
We were going to make hand-rolled sushi at this time, but everyone made sushi just by watching and imitating.
Of course it was delicious!
Serving each other’s food and enjoying it – isn’t this part of international exchange?
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!