Student House – Shakujii-Koen International House

Shakujii-koen International House is ISI’s dormitory, and Japanese and international students of ISI School Groups share the dormitory together. Please contact us for the availability.

  • Resident Staff is on site
  • Shared kitchen & bathrooms
  • Japanese students in ISI School Groups (TBL etc.) live in the dormitory
  • Commuting time:
    •  From Takadanobaba Campus (about 35 mins by walk + train)
    •  From Ikebukuro Campus (about 25 mins by walk + train)
  • Commuter Pass (price in April 2015):
    • From Takadanobaba Campus ¥11,640 (1 month) / ¥​33,180 (3 months) all students
    • From Ikebukuro Campus ¥2,760 (1 month) / ¥7,870 (3 months) with a student visa
    • From Ikebukuro Campus ¥7,760 (1 month) / ¥22,120 (3 months) without a student visa
  • Beddings are included.
  • There are some rules which the residents must follow. Please contact us for more details.

The check-in time is from 8 am to 8 pm.

Terrace

This is the place for the students to gather and interact. The students enjoy tea or study together on sunny days. It is a cross-cultural meeting everyday!

Kitchen

Unified with light-colored furniture, multiple sinks, ranges and IH heaters are installed in the kitchen where a couple of students can cook at the same time. The dining area is always full of laughter from the students who try to cook or boast about their hometown dishes.

Laundry room

Laundry room is fully equipped inside of the house. It is convenient to use without congestion as sufficient number of washing machines are installed. Shower rooms independent for men/women are also installed.

Lounge

Since the students learning at the ISI Group schools live in the Shakujii-koen International House, various languages such as Japanese, Chinese and English are spoken and it makes the house just International. This is a place to experience real international communication that you cannot learn by at school.

Single Room

Floors for men and women are separated. You can choose either a single room or twin room, all of which are equipped with a desk, chair, closet, bed and refrigerator. A suitable environment for study is provided and private space is also secured.

Twin Room

Floors for men and women are separated. You can choose either a single room or twin room, all of which are equipped with a desk, chair, closet, bed and refrigerator. A suitable environment for study is provided and private space is also secured.

 

Lounge and Kitchen

Shakujii-Koen International House (1F_食堂) – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA

 

Terrace

Shakujii-Koen International House (Terrace) – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA

 

Laundry

Shakujii-Koen International House (1F_Laundry) – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA

 

Single Room

Shakujii-Koen International House (201_Single Room) – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA

 

Twin Room

Shakujii-Koen International House (211_Twin Room) – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA

When applying for a stay longer than 12 weeks(3 months)at the Shakujii-koen International House, the rate below is applied. The price includes utility costs (electricity, water, gas).

Room Type Entrance Fee Facility Fee Cleaning Fee Monthly Fee 12 weeks (3 months) Total
Single ¥​40,000 ¥30,000 ¥10,000 ¥81,000 ¥323,000
Twin ¥40,000 ¥30,000 ¥10,000 ¥52,000 ¥236,000

Send us the e-ticket or flight information (arrival date/time, flight number) at least 10 business days before your arrival. Pick up staff will be waiting at the arrival gate.

Available from 8 am to 6 pm.

Destination Pickup Method One-way fee Notes
SHAKUJII-KOEN INTERNATIONAL HOUSE Pick up by staff ¥6,000 Special rate for the dormitory entrance days only. Outside the dormitory entrance days, difference from ¥18,000 arises.

 

Students' Voice

Feel like studying abroad while living in Japan!

While living with the students from various countries, you always have an opportunity to learn diverse cultures. I am inspired by the classmates and dormitory students even outside of the lessons by learning Chinese with them. Staying here is very fun as I feel like studying abroad. Having been away from home, doing washing and cooking on my own, I also noticed the importance and the gratitude of my parents again.

Ms. T.A.

Living in a dormitory taught me to help each other!

As I live with the students from various countries, we teach the languages each other. Though we sometimes have problems in a shared house, we try to solve the problems together by talking the matter through. This experience helped me to have the ability to cooperate each other.

Ms. S.H.

I enjoy the cross-cultural experiences in daily life!

I ask my Chinese roommate about what I did not understand in the class when I come back. We help each other in our studies as he asks me questions about Japanese in return. We intentionally talk each other in English, which makes my daily life more fulfilling. Living in a dormitory is just like living abroad, so it is a perfect environment for the students who are eager to be able to speak languages such as English and Chinese.

Mr. O.E.

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