The Shimokitazawa sharehouse is near Shibuya, making it the ideal for those who want to keep up to date with what’s the latest and greatest thing Tokyo has to offer.
The Come on UP Shimokitazawa sharehouse has international residents. Even Japanese residents have experience overseas. Do not fear that there will be dull conversations. Many of the residents have interesting stories from around the world. It is like a cultural mecca.
The streets of Shimokitazawa are lined with vibrant windows and are known for their unique subcultures surrounding music, theater, fashion, food, etc. There are many secondhand shops between the house and the station. There are also many fashionable cafes. It's the perfect area not only for shopping but also for strolling. Recently, many foreign tourists have expressed interested in the area. Because of the many bars and restaurants, it has become a popular and lively area. The Shimokitazawa sharehouse, however, is in a quiet residential area.
There are many parks, museums, and colleges in that area. The popular Sangenjaya area is about ten minutes away by bus. You can take the train and quickly reach Shibuya and Shinjuku.
The third-floor living room is characterized by a green rug and brown furniture. It is a very peaceful and welcoming space where residents from various countries can socialize. Especially at night, you can see the Shinjuku skyline from the large windows. You can also watch movies using the screen and projector. There is even a ladder that connects to the attic.
Currently, more than half of the residents are non-Japanese. The friendly and cozy atmosphere makes it easy for new residents to feel at home.
Come on Up sharehouse residents share the garbage and cleaning responsibilities. At the monthly house meeting with the house manager, everyone gathers together to cook, eat, and talk.