Gojo, in Kyoto City, is the midpoint between Kyoto Station and Shijo.
A decade ago there were only office buildings,
but in recent years there has been a rapid increase in the number of restaurants.
From cafes to dinner and lunch.
It’s less crowded than the Shijo area, so it’s easier to avoid crowding even
in a corona situation.
The Gojo area is very convenient for transportation, with JR, Hankyu,
and subway lines, and buses are convenient too!
Ease of movement is also a reason for its popularity ^^!
There are plenty of supermarkets and convenience stores,
as well as Isetan and Daimaru, so the shopping environment is excellent.
In addition, the Kamo River area is well maintained,
and there are places where you can take a leisurely stroll.
8NEST Gojo-Tominokoji I and III are located near Shimizu-Gojo Station (5-minute walk)
and Gojo Station (5-minute walk), and it’s very convenient to get to Kyoto Station
in less than 20 minutes or by train in one stop!
There are two fully furnished houses consisting of five fully private rooms
of approximately the same floor plan, which are for women only.
Common areas include a kitchen, table, TV, shower room, two washbasins,
two toilets with bidet, washing machine and dryer,
free Wifi and bicycle parking are available.
The people who have actually lived in this property have given me this kind of feedback ^^
-Good location and reasonable price
-The simplicity of the move-in process is great
-You can experience more than living alone
Why not start living in the convenient and comfortable Gojo area
with your domestic and international housemates? ^^
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.