Spring and Summer 2022: Book Today to Secure Your Place in Tokyo and Kyoto!
Book today and get ready for your stay in Japan in SPRING; March, April & May and SUMMER; June & July 2022!
If you are (going to be) a student, businessman, or working holiday visa holder and are looking for a place to stay in Japan, SAKURA HOUSE has 100 share houses, guesthouses, and apartments in Tokyo and Kyoto with over 1200 rooms/beds.
DAILY, WEEKLY & MONTHLY Rate Available!
With just 20000-yen deposit, you can make a reservation today at SAKURA HOUSE.
We have rooms that are conveniently located near stations, include all utilities, are fully furnished, and have free Wi-Fi!
While accepting foreign visitors to Japan since 1992, SAKURA HOUSE main users are business people relating to Japan, and professors in education and medical fields. And researchers, as well as overseas students from Japanese language schools and universities / vocational schools.
Spring is the season of cherry blossoms (“sakura“), and many people are planning to enter a Japanese language school or university or start a new job.
Book a room at SAKURA HOUSE and start your life in Japan.
With “PRE-RESERVATION”, a deposit is placed first and a room is selected later, allowing you to secure a place to stay months before you actually move to Tokyo/Izu/Kyoto. The SAKURA HOUSE staff will find and recommend rooms that best match your requirements.
Summer is an exciting time to enjoy both the ocean and the mountains, and there are many summer language school intensive courses, universities with summer semester classes, and companies that start their work. If you are planning to come to Japan in the near future, make sure to secure your accommodation early so that you can prepare for them.
With SAKURA HOUSE’s “PRE-RESERVATION”, you can change your move-in date with no cancellation fee.
When your move-in date is near, SAKURA HOUSE’s experienced staff will help you find the right room!
–Many rooms available for you
Find your room!
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Save time and book your home away from home in Japan today!