6 min. walk to Himejima Station, 13 min. walk to Tsukamoto Station
Fully renovated house with fun things to do.
Private rooms are free DIY
Short bike ride to Umeda Station
SHELF share house in Himejima, Osaka is a share house for 12 men and 12 women, all with private rooms. Located in a place where you can commute to Umeda station by bicycle.
Himejima is conveniently located where the Hanshin main line stops, with direct access to Umeda station in 7 minutes and Tsukamoto station in 13 minutes.
The concept is "a house to live with one's own color.
Enjoy cooking in the open kitchen with light streaming in through the skylight, and enjoy your favorite movies and music in the adjoining living room theater.
On sunny holidays, you can immerse yourself in DIY in the atelier open to the porch, or challenge yourself to a solo exhibition or workshop with your friends.
Let's start living the life you have always wanted to live.
The concept design was redesigned under the supervision of Olin, a photographer from Amami Oshima. The interior and colorful photos will decorate your living room.
The porch leading from the atelier is perfect for a change of pace. It features a sunny and pleasant space for basking in the sun. On sunny days, relaxing on the porch with a cup of coffee and a book in hand is also relaxing.
The open space in front of the building faces the street and can be used for events open to the community.
The open space in front of the building can be used for events open to the community;
The communication starts from here.
The dining room and kitchen are loosely connected to the living room, and the kitchen and counter table are designed as one. The kitchen is designed to resemble a restaurant with a live atmosphere.
The selection of small items, such as the tasteful chairs that were used in a restaurant and the retro tableware, are also attractive and add a sense of attachment.
The living room, with its combination of rough-finished interior, high ceilings, and calm furniture, is accented with dried flowers and colorful photographs.
The living room is a space where you can enjoy watching movies or sports games by projecting images on the wall in place of a screen, or relax with music played through BOSE speakers, and spend a comfortable time as you wish.
Lawson (convenience store)
Family Mart (convenience store)
Hankyu Oasis (supermarket)
Himesato, Nishiyodogawa-ku, Osaka City
6 min. walk from Himejima Sta. on the Hanshin Main Line (7 min. to Umeda Sta.)
Reinforced concrete construction Reinforced concrete construction
Initial contract fee
3 months or more
Male and female residents, foreigners
Number of Rooms
Women’s Private room
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.