- From Kita-Kamakura to Tokyo (Shinagawa station) is 40 minutes train ride.
- From Ofuna station to Tokyo (Shinagawa station) is 35 minutes train ride.
- From Kita-Kamakura station (Yokosuka line) 6 minutes by bicycle to the house.
- From Ofuna station (Tokaido line, Yokosuka line, Kei …
Hi, I am a 19 year old American international student who just moved to Ofuna. I am looking for two to three male roommates around my age. Can be Japanese or international. the rent is 40000 yen for two people, but if i can find 3 roommates it will only be 20000 yen a month! Please contact me if you …
Utility costs included.
16 minutes walk from the station.
Private room (with a key).
There are three floor elevator six stories
You do not have to live with the owner.
Currently, women are becoming therefore you live, you will be limited to women.
6 quires a Western-style (¥ 40,00 … Translate this text using Google translation.
Our new home is recently completed, and we are looking for roommates to fill up our rooms in the end of Aug.
It is located in a quiet neighborhood in the Yokohama, Nagatsuta area, and only takes 32 mins to Shibuya, and 29 mins to Yokohama. It is suitable for someone who works or studies in the ci … Translate this text using Google translation.
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Roomshare Japan is Japan's largest roommate classifieds (based on Alexa and Google ad tool). Recently, more and more Japanese became to know this comparably new lifestyle and most users are Japanese using Japanese language. However, many of long time users since site open (1999) have experienced to share with foreigners.
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Yuki Aki, the founder, published a guide book on how to live in roomshare, which was the first one in Japanese language.