Kyoto Tourism Association teams up with JT to share how to spend the With Corona era! Safe and secure life^^【8NEST Kitashirakawa】

Society has changed significantly due to the impact of the new coronavirus,

and there is a need for a shift to a form that meets the needs of the wizened corona era,

which is based on the implementation of infectious disease measures

and the avoidance of the three densities.


In light of this situation, the Kyoto City Tourism Association,

in collaboration with Japan Tobacco Industry,

is launching a project to jointly explore new Kyoto's manners and etiquette

in response to the with-corona era tourism style!




Here's a brief description of the content below...


・Get the latest information on opening hours, number of people, reservation availability, etc.

・Make a plan to enjoy yourself while avoiding the "3-crowded" situation.

・Carry a mask, thermometer and disinfectant.

・It is convenient and safe to pay by cashless payment in Kyoto. Register in advance.

・Take care of your health and do not leave if you have symptoms of a cold.

・Install the new coronavirus infection contact app (COCOA).


~Life Edition~

・Understand and follow the rules and instructions set by each facility and shop.

・Take a temperature check every morning during your trip, and if you feel uncomfortable,

call the designated consultation office.

・Wear a mask. When you are done using it, wrap it up and throw it away.

・Hydrate your body and take care not only of heat stroke in summer,

but also dehydration in winter.

・When choosing a shop, check the stickers declaring anti-corona measures.

・Try to refrain from talking in public places.




At 8NEST, we are managing share houses with international exchange in Kyoto.

While in Japan, you can taste the atmosphere of a foreign country

and have various cultural exchanges while living together.

Among other things, it is conveniently located (near Kyoto University

and 5 minutes walk from Mototaka Station, the nearest station!

We recommend 8NEST Kitashirakawa, which has a large terrace on the rooftop

There are 10 completely private rooms in total,

and there's also a drying space on the roof where you can hang your bedding.

There are two kitchens in the living room, as well as a dining table

and sofas like a cafe, so you can spend time with your housemates.




How about this for your new life?



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!

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