The number of share houses in Japan is increasing, and their recognition is growing.
As a result, various concepts have been established for share houses, and I’d like to introduce some of these concepts in this article.
First, let’s take a look at the Eight Nest share house concept.
As I’ve mentioned in various places, it’s all about “international exchange.
It’s a share house where you can learn English through international exchange with house mates from all over the world.
There are regular events such as dinner parties, social gatherings with other share houses, and Christmas parties, so you can enjoy cross-cultural exchange with people from all over the world.
Share Houses for Single Mothers
This is a share house for single mothers who have difficulty renting a house.
This is a share house where you can feel the warmth of the people who set up the concept.
Reference Hidamari Share House
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LGBTs Friendly Share House
A share house for LGBTs and those who understand and support them.
There are also a wide variety of other types of share houses, such as those for working people only and freelancers.
Now you can choose a share house that matches your way of life, where people who share your values gather together to live.
What kind of share house would you choose to live in?
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.