Conjoint houses for dwelling in Japan
If you are fascinated with the culture of Japan or you already have happened to be in this country, you could possibly hear about houses for mutual dwelling, they are also called as “houses for foreigners”.
Unlike with rental of whole apartment, you can rent this dwelling having only passport with you.
The majority of foreigners in Japan use this service because they don’t have any other choice. The idea of houses for mutual dwelling is simple: you rent a room and the places of joint use you share with other housemates.
Though before this places were meant to be dwelling for only students and foreigners, lately more and more such places open their doors for working Japanese, who can’t or don’t want to take obligations of renting expensive flats and who enjoy the idea of sharing a house with non-Japanese.
Therefore joint houses – are the large congregative living facilities in which there are people from all over the world and they have a lovely time in Japan. Basically this is perfect place for Japanese to meet people from abroad for friendship, learning English or searching for husband.