Kyoto Prefecture issued a new request on April 16, asking people to refrain from going out and holding events until May 5.
In line with this, universities and other institutions have been asked to actively utilize online classes.
Many of the residents of our share house are students, and with the request for self-restraint, they have been spending more time at the share house.
They spend their time in the share house, taking online classes in their rooms and spending time in the shared space for a change.
In the living room, they are watching movies, cooking, communicating with their housemates, and even remotely communicating with former housemates who live far away. I feel like I’m figuring out how to relax, have fun, and spend as much time as possible in this situation.
As I look at the residents of this share house, I feel that one of the characteristics of a share house is that people who love to live together come together and help each other out.
This is one of the characteristics of a share house, I feel when I look at the residents. The situation is still unpredictable, so please take care of yourselves.
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