This time, I’d like to introduce you to “Eight Nest Kyoto University East,” located on the east side of Kyoto University, close to the famous Ginkakuji Temple.
First of all, it’s a 6 minute walk from Kyoto University, or a couple of minutes by bicycle.
The house is conveniently located near Shirakawa Dori and a bus stop, and many of the tenants are related to both universities.
Also, from here, if you have a bicycle, you can reach Doshisha University in about 15 minutes!
Also, Demachiyanagi Station (Keihan Line), the first station of the limited express, is only 10 minutes away by bicycle, and you can easily go to Osaka without changing trains.
You can also ride your bike to the center of Kyoto, making this a great share house for active people.
The area around the share house is full of unique restaurants run by individuals, so even the most discerning gourmet will be satisfied! Also, since there are many students living in the area, the restaurants are reasonably priced and delicious, so you’re sure to find your favorite place to eat.
Features of this share house
The kitchen is fully stocked with cooking utensils, so you’ll never be short of tools!
The bathroom is equipped with a large bathtub, so you’ll be able to relax and unwind after a long day.
There are three private rooms, each of which is a little larger than the others for a more comfortable stay. All rooms have a balcony where you can grow your own vegetable garden!。
With easy access to Kyoto University and Kyoto University of Arts, why not start a new life at Eight Nest Kyoto Daigaku Higashi Share House!
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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.