share house information
|Address||Osaka-city, Miyakojima ward 1|
|Access||[Subway] 6mins walk from Miyakojima Station
[JR Loop line] 10 mins walk from Sakuranomiya Station
|Rent||20,000yen ~ 50,000yen|
|Common service fee||12,000yen (Including Wi-Fi, Electricity, water bill and gas)|
|Upfront fee||Agent Fee (Equivalent to a month rent)
Security Deposit 30,000 yen (10,000+tax will be deducted when you leave)
Fire Insurance 9,500yen / year （There is a refund for early cancellation）
|Contract term||1 month (Renewed every 6 month)|
|Facilities of common use areas||Air-Conditioner, TV, Refrigerator, Microwave, Rice cooker, Table-ware, Bathroom, Shower room, Toilet, Washing machine, Hairdryer|
|Amenities for private rooms||Bed, Desk, Curtains, Lights, Chair, Desk light|
|Bicycle Parking Monthly Fee||500yen/month* Bicycle Parking space is limited.|
|Rental Bicycle||1,000yen/ day (2 bicycles)|
|Car Parking||Monthly Fee 20,000 yen/month|
IRORI has a lot of
Enjoyable common space with share mates
Modern and comfortable rooms
A variety of common use areas
Relaxed fire place
There is a Japanese style fire place in the spacious living room. It’s a great place to have a lively conversation.
Feeling the sense of the four seasons of Japan
The share house has a wide garden towards the entrance, and you can feel the power of nature in an urban area.
Events at our community cafe
The community café MYCE is owned by our management company and offers many kinds of events and workshops. Join our events and make some new friends.
Rows of cherry blossom trees along the river
In spring, about 4,800 cherry blossom trees are in full bloom and you can enjoy cherry-blossom viewing right in front of the share house.
You can enjoy the Tenjin Festival right in front of the share house. It’s known as one of the three major festivals in Japan. It will be held on the July 24th and 25th of every year.
It’s registered as a Tangible Cultural Property in Osaka. Every year, many worshippers visit the shrine during the New Year period. In summer, Danjiri floats and Shishi-mai (lion dance) performances are dedicated to the shrine.
Photographs are provided by Daiji Kakimoto Judicial scrivener Officehttp://kakimoto-office.com/