Hello, this is SHU, the share house management staff in JAPAN. This time, I’d like to share with you how to enjoy a share house from the management staff’s point of view, as well as the 7 benefits of a share house! What kind of image do you have of a share house in JAPAN? What kind of image do you have of a share house? While there are sure to be wonderful encounters, there are also unexpected events and troubles. But after all is said and done, most people are glad to have moved into a share house! Most people are happy to have moved into a share house. Now, why don’t you open the door to a share house?
｜7 benefits of enjoying a share house
- It all starts here, in the living room.
- The Best Part of a Share House – Cooking and Eating Together in the Kitchen
- Time for yourself is important too! Let’s create your ideal room, private room edition.
- Becoming more than family. A dormitory version where you can find your life partner.
- Waking up in the morning and saying “Good morning” is a good feeling at washroom edition
- What you keep cold reveals your heart.
- Dance time by yourself with your favorite music on. Shower room version
- Share house experience review of 70 people
｜It all starts here, in the living room.
If I hear a noise in the living room, I’ll run out of my room! This is your chance to get to know each other! Take turns showing each other your favorite movies on Netflix and say thank you to each other in your own language. Tell each other about your life and your big dreams that you’ve never been able to share before. By exposing yourself, you will feel lighter and your dreams will come closer! Celebrate the New Year’s countdown, Christmas, or an unforgettable birthday party for an important shared friend. As adults, we don’t get to celebrate as much as we used to, so this could be a birthday party unlike any other.
｜The Best Part of a Share House – Cooking and Eating Together in the Kitchen
Cooking together, eating together! Fun times living in a share house! Taste-testing ingredients you’ve never tried before, or cooking your favorite dishes for others. You can even sneak off to the kitchen to prep for a surprise birthday party for your share mates! In the morning, it’s nice to wait for someone in the kitchen while grinding your favorite coffee. Throw away the trash in the sink and put the dishes back where they belong. Make the next person feel better. Be a chef in a trendy restaurant.
｜Time for yourself is important too! Let’s create your ideal room, private room edition.
Create a space where you can take a break. Let the breeze blow through the room and add some green plants. Try a rug in your own color. Add just the right number of cushions to make it a beautiful day in bed. Put some stickers or photos on the door to impress your friends! Invite your share mates over for a chat, or take a nap together. It’s up to you to decide what kind of room you want to make. Let’s take a look at how people have arranged their rooms. Most of the rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, and chair. This may be another great benefits of share houses!
｜Becoming more than family. A dormitory version where you can find your life partner.
We’ll live together forever. Sleeping and eating together is impossible for me. Isn’t that what you’re thinking? In fact, it doesn’t seem that way! In a dormitory, you’ll share the same room, but you won’t be working in the room all the time. During the day, you can relax in the living room and read a book, and prepare your meals in the kitchen. The shower and washroom are not attached to the room, and you can relax in the bathroom with a large mirrored vanity and a clean shower room. I asked the tenants about it, and surprisingly, they don’t spend much time in their rooms. The spacious living room and kitchen are elegantly used, and when it’s time to go to bed, there’s someone to listen to what made you happy or sad today with your share mates. Maybe that’s one of the great charms of dormitories! And I got the impression that there are a lot of dormitory residents in the common living area!
｜Waking up in the morning and saying “Good morning” is a good feeling at washroom edition
The washroom in a share house is more than just a place to communicate! Conversation buzzes as you wash your face or brush your teeth. And then, with a smile, “Good morning! and other share mates. How was the party last night? What time did you go to bed? Are you working today? We check each other’s schedule. If you have time, you can go out together. On overslept mornings and sleepless nights, there are stories that begin with standing around talking.
｜What you keep cold reveals your heart.
There are seasonings I’ve never seen before. There are glasses in the freezer. Leftover cake from yesterday’s birthday party, leftover side dishes from the holidays. Ice cream stocked in the freezer. It seems that what you keep cold in your refrigerator reveals your personality and character. I wish there was such a thing as refrigerator fortune telling. Then there are the vegetables that can’t be used in one go, and the soy sauce and mirin that are too big. In such cases, I’d share with my hungry share mates or those who were just getting ready to go out to buy soy sauce. There’s free space in the fridge and on the shelves, so if you can’t eat it all or can’t use it, you can share it with others. It’s a great way to reduce food loss and save money!
｜Dance time by yourself with your favorite music on. Shower room version
After a run, after you get home from work, before you go out in the morning. Bring your favorite music into the shower room and let all the stress and fatigue of the day flow away, and you’ll be happy tomorrow. It’s a great way to start the day with a refreshing shower after waking up. Let’s make a list of your favorite shower music. I’m sure they’ll say, “That song is great! I’m sure they’ll say, “That song is great! If you listen to the same music together, you’ll be able to get closer!
｜Share house experience review of 70 people
This is a look at what residents have to say about living in a share house at TESEN. We’re sharing their honest opinions on what they liked and didn’t like about living in a share house so that as many people as possible can learn about it.