Accommodation Home is where the heart is
Details about your housing in Japan.
Many options
Choose from a wide variety of options and locations. Your accommodation is usually within 30 - 40 minutes from your internship.
Easy Process
Reserve right away or book an online tour. Houses are strictly screened to ensure a safe and welcoming environment.
Within your budget
Rent is not included in the program fee but housing arrangements are. We make sure to get you a place that's safe, comfy and within your budget.
Make new friends!
Living in a shared-house gives you the opportunity to meet locals and internationals. It's a great way to make new friends!

Housing Options

Sample front building of an apartment in Japan

Private Apartment

Perfect if you prefer to live on your own and have more privacy. It's possible to share apartments with friends if you sign up together.

Sample room accommodation in Japan 2

Private Room

Most popular option. Experience living in Japan with internationals & locals, while retaining privacy by having your own room.

Sample dorm type accommodation

Dorm

If you want to save on accommodation costs, this is the best option. A great way to socialize with other internationals and locals.

Your home can include

Gym
Theater Room
Work Space
Spa
Music Room
Outdoor
How much is rent?

You can set your own budget. However, the minimum we advise you to have is USD500 per month or so for a private room in a shared house.

Can I share my room with a friend?


Yes, you can share your apartment or room with a friend or partner. It is a great way to save costs.

How long do I need to commute?

We aim to find you a cozy place within 30/40-minutes of your internship location. You can let us know your preferences and we will introduce several options to you.

What's included in my rent?

Your room, Wi-Fi, utilities, furnishing, kitchen utilities and our amazon gift card in case you need any additional supplies.

Who are my roommates?

International people and locals working or studying nearby. All-female houses are available too. Living in a shared-house is the best way to make new friends.

Is my house in a safe neighbourhood?

Definitely. Japan is one of the safest places to live and unlike overseas, we do not have very bad neighbourhoods to avoid. All properties have security measures in place as well.