The “third wave” of the new coronavirus is spreading in Kyoto,
and people are worried that the number of people in the city will decrease again
and that people will be more reluctant to go out.
In the short time that I had hoped for the excitement
between the autumn and New Year’s seasons,
the sense of caution has taken a turn for the worse.
Stores and other facilities were temporarily closed in response to the declaration
of a state of emergency in April, but afterwards, tourists began to recover,
thanks to the effects of Goto travel and other factors.
Then the third wave struck.
It is said that just going out is not enough to spread the infection.
But it might make people more cautious, he said.
Although the number of severe cases is decreasing compared to the past,
we will still have to remain vigilant.
Nevertheless, there are problems other than infection,
such as economic stagnation and stress on people,
and how to survive with corona is becoming more important.
At the share houses that 8NEST manages in Kyoto,
we also take careful measures to prevent infection.
While disinfection and avoiding close contact with other people is a good enough preventative measure,
we are doing what we can to more than adequately disinfect and ventilate the facilities.
In this issue, we will introduce you to 8NEST Kodaiji, a property of our company
that is nestled in a quiet natural setting despite its proximity
to the World Heritage Site of Kiyomizu Temple!
Furnished with homey atmosphere, each private room (4) is spacious.
There is a large balcony and garden where you can spend a relaxing time.
There are supermarkets and convenience stores nearby,
and the bus stop is only 10 minutes away, making it easy to get to Kyoto by bus!
It is within walking distance of Kodaiji, Ninenzaka, and Gion,
so you can easily explore Kyoto while strolling through the neighborhood!
While there are restrictions on traveling abroad, at our share house,
people from abroad can live together while commuting to school or work,
so you can experience life and culture abroad while staying in Japan!
Because of this situation, the number of Japanese tenants is increasing,
but people from abroad who originally lived here and people from abroad
are also planning to move in due to the gradual lifting of restrictions.
Please feel free to inquire about the availability.
For international exchange share house in Kyoto, come to 8NEST!
If you are looking for a global share house/guest house in Kyoto, you’ve come to the right place! By living with a foreigner, you can enjoy international exchange and learn English at the same time. Furnished, utilities included, Wi-fi included. No key money or brokerage fees, and no guarantor is required, so it is very popular.
Kyoto University, Ritsumeikan University, Doshisha University, and other universities and vocational schools in Kyoto City.
There are also a number of newly built share houses and women-only share houses that have been fully renovated.