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If you choose to stay with a local family, you’ll have the chance to dive into the Japanese culture and discover the habits of this unique and welcoming population. You’ll stay in a single room, share the bathroom with the family members and benefit from half-board or breakfast only. Bed linen and towels are provided. The families usually live 45-60 minutes from the school by public transport. Have an incredible experience in Tokyo!
Private Guesthouse (ages 18 and over)
Together with other international students or locals, you'll live in an apartment or a house located about a 40-minute commute from the school. You'll stay in a single bedroom equipped with simple furniture, and other rooms (kitchen, bathroom, etc.) are shared. Bed linen is provided but bath towels are not. This option offers independence and the opportunity to explore Tokyo as you please!
Private apartment (ages 18 and over)
Offering similar comfort to that of a hotel room, this option is, however, more affordable. Bookings are made by the week. The single bedrooms are ensuite and include a lounge area and a kitchenette. Please bring your bath towels (bed linen provided). Most private apartments are located in the centre of Tokyo.
Shared residence (Dormitory)
With this option, 4 to 6 international students or local people share a room equipped with bunk beds, desks and chairs. The kitchen, bathroom and other common rooms are shared. Bedlinen is provided on site but you must bring your own bath towels. This option offers little privacy but allows for great encounters with participants from all over the world. It will take you approx. 40 minutes by public transport to go to the school.
In Tokyo, you don’t have to choose between shopping in cutting edge commercial centres or visits to traditional, peaceful monuments. The city has both. Along with a very wide choice of leisure options and places to discover.
The Meiji sanctuary, the Imperial Palace, the authentic Asakusa district or Inokashira Park give you an insight into the impressive gap between modernity and tradition which defines Japan and its capital city so well. Every week, the school offers a cultural programme which will allow you to learn more about Japanese calligraphy, pottery, cuisine and flower decorations. Together with students from all over the world, you will explore the richness and subtleties of this age-old, mysterious culture.