We prepare or introduce a dorm for students who will be coming to Japan, and they will be required to live in a designated dorm. Students will be free from burdens of looking for places to settle as they will have a home immediately after the arrival in Japan.
Students will be sharing a dorm, which can be a entire house or a big apartment unit depends on locations. A unit or a house will have 3-4 bedrooms that will be shared by roommates, and there will be common areas such as kitchen and bathroom. There will be mix of gender, nationality, and religious backgrounds in one dorm.
Students will need to understand that your residence maybe smaller compared to your own home, and some cultural difference such as to sleep on Japanese flooring with Japanese futon. However, it will be a supportive environment in a way that you will be introduced to many different students from various background who will be experiencing same difficulties to adapt with different life style as well as Japanese culture.
Dorms are prepared in areas that will be convenient for students to live, study, and work. We look for houses that will be relatively proximate to schools (around 5km), so that students can commute to school with reasonable efforts by foot, bus, or train. There should be supermarket, clinics, pharmacy, and other stores in vicinity as well. While we try to prepare adequate dorms for students, different areas will have different pros and cons, and some places can be more or less convenient.