It is the perfect environment for people who enjoy jogging or walking. By the Kanda River, you can enjoy cherry blossoms in the spring and cool greenery in the summer. Additionally, a park-like green path is maintained. You can feel relaxed and one with nature even when commuting to work or school.
This is a quiet sharehouse along the Inokashira Line. The living room has a sofa and a TV. You can experience the seasons change from the small garden next to the living room. The house’s nickname “Hidamari” was named after this warm and comfortable image. All private rooms have locks. Residents are in their twenties or thirties. They live in a friendly atmosphere. Sometimes they eat together after work or watch movies together. It is a home where you can choose to enjoy your private space or have a conversation with your housemate in the living room.
At the monthly house meeting, residents and I prepare cooking seasonal dishes such as oden, tacos, and hand-rolled sushi. We also establish a regular cleaning system for residents as well as sort out the trash. The house is always clean and comfortable.
Please visit our Nishi Eifuku house!