- Someone messed up without your permission? I didn’t realize it was private.
- Um… Can I watch this now that Kimutaku is starting?
- I want a bite before the food beam gets me.
- Does it interfere with your work?
- Um… I’m going to get fat.
- Residents’ Review
｜Someone messed up without your permission? I didn’t realize it was private.
｜Um… Can I watch this now that Kimutaku is starting?
｜I want a bite before the food beam gets me.
I can assure you that your cooking skills will be at a professional level in the blink of an eye once you move into a share house. I have seen many times people who have never even held a frying pan before make Tenshindon rice with water-soluble potato starch to make the sauce for Tenshindon rice like a king. Even the real Chinese nation was amazed. Food goes a million miles! But the better you get at cooking, the more people around you start to beam at you, saying, “I’d like to have a bite of that. “Oh, it looks so good! They know that if you say these words, they will eat your cooking. Be careful! Sometimes, while the staff is cleaning, you may let out a “Yum! but please do not be surprised if they say it from the bottom of their hearts with a pure heart.
｜Does it interfere with your work?
The biggest disadvantage of living in a share house is that you talk too much with your share mates and lose sleep, which interferes with your work. Yes. There will be days of trials and tribulations when your eyelids don’t do what you say. Yes. THE share house. Living under one big roof, we talk about many things. Whether it’s things you can’t talk about with your family, at work, or in your private life, there’s always someone you can talk to. We eat chips on the sofa. You will have friends who are like family that you will want to call if you need anything. It’s tough. The friends you make as an adult are interesting. It is just fun to have friends that you are comfortable with after you have developed your own values, standards, and axes to grind.
｜Um… I’m going to get fat.
This is a statement that is against all dieters. Yes, I know. In other words. It’s called “Happiness Fatness. One of my share mates brought back a souvenir from her trip to Shiga, a baumkuchen, and left it in the living room. →I’m going to eat it. One of my share mates is in trouble in the kitchen, staring at her overcooked meat and potatoes. →I eat it. The takoyaki from yesterday’s takoyaki party are unbelievably leftover and won’t fit in the fridge. →The cold takoyaki is also delicious. Yes, that’s right. I am happy and fat in the name of helping others.
We also publish the experiences of everyone who has lived in a share house. Share House in OSAKA Reputation and Reviews! A total of 86 people from 11 countries share their experiences.
What did you think? The disadvantages and advantages of a share house are two sides of the same coin. Also, what kind of troubles are there in a share house? If you’re interested, be sure to check out this article on how to deal with such troubles – Management staff talk about problems and countermeasures in share houses.