This time, I’d like to give you a more detailed tour of the newly opened Eight Nest Shijo Karasuma this March.
Let’s start with the entrance.
Opening the double doors, you’ll find a large work space and meeting room. There’s also a shoe closet for tenants and a space for visitors to leave their shoes! Even if you have a lot of shoes
You’ll have plenty of room to store your shoes. Inside the room, there are 4 tables for 4 people, and the room can seat up to 16 people. Each table is equipped with a power supply, and the room is a meeting space where you can bring your own PC for work or meetings. Of course, wifi is available throughout the entire building, so don’t worry.
After the workspace and meeting space, the living and dining room with an even larger workspace opens up.
Here, a long counter table is set up along the wall, allowing five people to work or study at the same time.
There’s also a sofa space for relaxing and a dining table that can accommodate eight people at the same time, making this a great space for dinner parties and parties!
Adjacent to the living room is a large open kitchen.
With a sink, induction stove, and two sets of cooktops, cooking is a breeze, and this big kitchen is great for those who love to cook!
There are 3 showers, 5 toilets, and 6 washrooms in the entire house, so even though it’s a large share house, there’s no need to worry about crowding.
As for the private room, it’s equipped with a large desk and shelves, so you can work in this room too!
You can also see the inside of the house with our 360 degree camera, so please check it out!
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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.