International exchange with families from all over the world!
9 minutes by train to the nearest station, Osaka Namba Station
A large shared living room that cannot be achieved by living alone
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FUKU HOUSE FUSE is an international exchange share house where people of different nationalities, occupations and generations live together under one roof with the concept of "creating a family all over the world".
A place where you can meet people with various values in your daily life and experience foreign cultures.
For Japanese people, the experience of studying abroad can be gained while in Japan, and for foreigners, there is an environment where they can make friends with Japanese people and learn Japanese culture and Japanese.
This share house features a large, open rooftop terrace where up to 50 people can gather. You can hold breakfast parties together, beer gardens in the summer, and many other projects depending on your ideas.
It is located in an attractive city and has convenient access to everywhere you want to go. The shopping street that stretches from north to south of the station and under the elevated railway tracks is currently the largest commercial area in Higashi Osaka with about 1,000 stores. The area is lined with unique bars and stores where you can enjoy the emotional atmosphere of downtown Osaka.
"Kawachi Eiwa" station
"Kawachi Kosaka" station
5-chomeiji, Choeiji, Higashi-Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
9 minutes walk from Fuse Station on the Kintetsu Namba Line, etc.
Reinforced concrete, flat roof
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.