With a subscription service where you can receive tea from around the world every month
A tea workshop by a tea barista is held in the tea room in the living room
Dedicated shelves with tea ordered from all over the world and special tea ware
Once you step into the front door
The scent of tea wraps like the wind
A place like a hideaway
Sometimes a maker, sometimes a drinker
Unique tea from all over the world
Tea that changes its expression depending on the season
Let's enjoy various teas
I'm sure there is a happy house for tea
In 2020, chanoya was reborn as a share house, retaining the design and luxurious feel of a former ryokan. The share house features a spacious living room that can be used for different situations, such as a calm tea room and seating space, as well as a counter and sofa space.
You can also use the same beds and futons that were used in the ryokan. The bed and futon are made to a high standard, so you'll have a soft bed and futon that you can't find in other share houses. The bathrooms and toilets in the rooms are recommended for those who want to keep their private space private as well.
The house is located in a quiet residential area with a traditional shopping street that still has a downtown atmosphere. It's a 3-minute walk to a supermarket and convenience store, making it a great place to live. I'd like to live in a ryokan at least once. You can live a life that would not normally be possible.
1-chome, Hanazonominami, Nishinari-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
8 minutes walk from Nankai Electric Railway Tengachaya Station
Steel-framed, alloy-plated steel sheet covered
Initial contract fee
3 months or more
Male and female residents, 2 residents, foreigners
Number of Rooms
Can I move-in even though I cannot speak local language?
Since Kizuna House is a share house where residents interact actively with each other, we receive many comments from residents that they are able to study the language by interacting actively with their share mates. Many residents have just begun their studies or are visiting Japan for the first time.
In particular, share houses with the concept of international exchange tend to have many people who are interested in foreign languages and cultures and want to speak English in their daily lives. Rest assured, many have actually improved their language skills since moving in!
How much does it cost to move in?
Initial fee of 44,000 yen and the first month's rent and utilities must be paid within 3 business days after the reservation is confirmed. If you wish to arrange for the purchase of a bedding set, a separate bedding fee of 10,000 yen will be charged. (Bedding set includes sheets, mattress pad, futon, duvet cover, pillow, pillowcase, and blanket.)
*Rent and utilities for the first month will be prorated from the date of move-in.
When is the earliest I can move in after viewing the room?
After viewing the room, you will be screened. The earliest you can move in is 14 days after passing the screening.
Are there any furniture in the private rooms?
Yes, air conditioners, beds, curtains, storage space, and refrigerators are provided. Please inquire at the time of viewing for details.