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Whether you would be studying, working or traveling overseas for a long period of time, finding the right place to allow you to comfortable establish yourself is certainly a matter that requires time and patience. Ideally it would have to be a place close to school and/or work, with at least a supermarket close by, proximity to public transport to move around the city, tour and meet up with friends, and of course it shall help if it is a place that reflects the culture of the city. Luckily, if in search of such a place in Kyoto, then Sakura House Kyoto Imadegawa may deserve to be looked at. Kyoto […]
KAGURAZAKA YARAICHO https://www.sakura-house.com/en/B00071/4/room is located in the central of Tokyo and one of our Sakura House buildings which both apartment and share house exist at the same time inside of the building. This housing used to be public bath loved by local people, so if you go inside of the house, you will find that the layout of the house still reminds us the public bath. The hallways are really spacious, so when two people passed next to each other at the same time, they will never bumped. Also, each room has enough space to live for one or two people even more I guess. […]
Harajuku – very croweded place where visitors from all over the world gather at and they always look for something different in Japan. Not like wearing Yukata or having sushi which are of course very interesting and very typical, so if you come to Japan at the very first time, you can do that. Yet, Harajuku is another side of Japan and you might be interesting in visiting there. So let’s go to two of my favourite places (shops) together today! 1) Art Gallery 【Design Festa Gallery】 －https://designfestagallery.com/ There is a small studio where foreign students who have some skills to create something are and can promote their art crafts to visitors. […]
If you have been to Japan before or you know about Japan very well, I think you have already found this interesting Japanese culture on the local train. When you take the train to go somewhere in Japan, you may be seeing this pink sign on a part of platform and on the windows of the trains. Which means during the specific time, only women are allowed to be in the designated car. You may be curious why Japan or Japanese has such an interesting culture and what is the purpose of this.This is because in order to prevent sexual criminal against women while they are getting on the train. […]
Cherry blossom season is just around the corner ), starting mid March and through April. The top 3 places I would recommend to have a close and nearby view of the cherry blossom are shown below. Sakura House Nakano Sakaue ** There is river right across and behind the building has cherry blossom tress all lined up on a street. When the wind blows, it has a magical vibe because, the petals from the cherry blossom would fly around ( a scene you would see in an anime ). click the link to see more details of this place https://www.sakura-house.com/en/B00126/2/room Sakura House Shibuya Sendagaya, Sakura House Yoyogi Koen […]
February brings its own set of events and wonders to Kyoto as the temperatures start to rise to warmer days and some of the awaited spring flowers start to slowly flowrish. Down below is a slight description of the things that one can await while in the old capital city of Japan during this month. Out with the old, in with the new Part of the New Year celebrations, the Setsubun Festivals held all around the shrines in the city shall provide a highlight to the vibrating culture alive during the 2nd month of the year. Events vary slightly from shrine to shrine, but one of the most recommended […]
When travelling with family, it can be difficult to find a place large enough to let the kids move around and also fit everyone comfortably. Ina country like Japan, known for its narrow streets and one room apartments, this certainly is the case. Nonetheless, particularly in Kyoto, there is one place that can certainly meet your needs, whether they be finding a place spacious enough, comfortable enough for a large group, or practically located to not waste much time getting places. Fortunately, our “machiya” house of Sakura House Kyoto Imadegawa meets all these requirements while keeping you in the historical ambiance that characterizes this culturally rich city. That being said, […]