Sanno has been known as an upscale town (Sanno means "King of the Mountain") and is the home of many diplomats, governors, and cultures figures since the Meiji period. Supermarkets and convenience stores are a three-minute walk away. There are ramen shops and cafes nearby. The front of Omori Station is a busy area. The arcade shopping street has many restaurants and Seiyu, so it is a very convenient place. You can feel the history of Omori Kaizuka, which you studied in school, and Amakusa Shrine is full of greenery. Our sharehouse is in a quiet residential area with wide streets.
We are a lovely, modern sharehouse. Every room is a private corner room. Residents can conjugate in the common areas surrounded by art and antiques. The living room is equipped with a counter kitchen and attractive wallpaper.
The concept of this Come on UP sharehouse is “a place where autonomous individuals can influence each other and grow up together.” Please contact us if you are interested.
At the monthly house meeting led by the house manager, housemates can discuss the distribution of cleaning duties and house rules over dinner. We can all catch up on each other’s lives. You can join the house LINE group chat with other housemates and the house manager.
Please enjoy a delicious meal with your housemates. Residents who love flowers always decorate the house with seasonal flowers, so there is always the fragrance of flowers. If you are interested, please contact us to schedule a house viewing.
Residents are able to rent a futon (Japanese bedding) for 1,000 yen during month full time contract.
A furnished room is available for 3,000 yen during the full length contract, this includes a futon (Japanese bedding), desk, and chair. And depending on the room, curtains, and a garbage bin will also be provided.
* an additional charge will be applied if there are any damage or stains on the futon and / or furniture *