Tokyo Hearth is a friendly international community, the first spot that you wanna visit in Tokyo!
Living in Japan can be difficult due to cultural and language barriers - that's why we wanted to create a warm, welcoming "hearth" where everyone can feel at home.
Brush up on your Japanese
We communicate in English, but you can of course choose to communicate all the time in Japanese too. It's all up to you and how you make good use of our community :-)
Diversity in Tokyo
We cook together and sometimes enjoy having a casual home party. We are open to different cultures. Bring yours and let's enjoy the diversity!
What we expect
※We have online interviews
（electricity, water, gas, and wifi.）
2F: Room #01
It's now available only for international member. ※A bed, a desk and a chair will be furnished for foreign residents.
3F: Room #08
It's now available only for international member. ※A bed , a desk and a chair will be furnished for foreign residents.
This is the beginning of your Tokyo life! :-)
2F : Living room, Kitchen
5 rooms: #01 ~ #05
You can enjoy cooking and hanging out with your share mates. We also have monthly dinner meetings to decide the house rules and fun events.
3F : Free space, Shower & Bathroom
5 rooms: #06 ~ #10
We share the printer, iron, and any other useful tools for the share mates.
4F : Shower & Bathtub
6 rooms: #11 ~ #16
We have 3 washing machines, 3 drying machines, and 2 sinks.
5F : Living room, Kitchen
2 rooms: #17 ~ #18
We throw casual parties, watch movies with the big screen projector, and listen to music with 5.1 ch speakers.
We have a hammock and a boat shaped rooftop. We are in the same boat looking in the same direction ;-)
※It might take few time till it starts, depending your internet connection speed.
Age / Status : 20's / University students or young workers
Gender : half male, half female
Language : half Japanese, half English
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Lang Boat Kanda produced by Colish
Lang Boat Kanda started as the Ienaka-Ryugaku series, based on its concept of Language exchange between 9 Japanese & 9 English speakers.
56 residents have lived here.
Tokyo Hearth started as the 2nd Ienaka Ryugaku series, based on its concept of a friendly international community, where 9 Japanese residents and 9 international members live together.