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Studio Apartments - Residence K

Introduction

These apartments are the furthest from the campus (approx. 13-15 minutes walk, 5 minutes bicycle) but offer greater privacy. They are located in a quiet residential neighborhood with a village feel. Each of the three buildings has only 4 or 6 apartments, which reduces noise.

The apartments

The apartments have 2 rooms and a balcony. The apartments are western style with an area of 25.92 m², and each apartment also has its own bathroom with western style toilet and unit shower/bath. They have air- conditioning/heating, a large wardrobe, and a kitchen with a kitchen sink, refrigerator, electric hotplate, electric rice cooker and some cooking utensils. There is no gas cooking available. Yamasa provides a TV, bed, desk, and chair, study lamp, bookshelves and a washing machine. There is a balcony and a courtyard. Telephones are not provided. However, Yamasa can arrange land-line phones for you but the connection fee in Japan is very high. Please note that as with all Yamasa student housing, students will need to buy, rent or borrow futons. Please see the general section for information about bedding.

The area

A large supermarket is located nearby and the area is served by good public transport facilities. A convenience store, restaurant/bar and other shops are all within a few minutes walk, and the Student Village is also just a three- minute walk away. This means that a Residence K apartment enables you to combine privacy and quiet without isolating yourself from the rest of the student community.

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Main gate

Outside view

Outside view

Outside view

Outside view

Outside view

Kitchen

Electric cooker

Kitchen

Kitchen

Kitchen

Washing machine

Washing machine

Room

Study desk

Room

Storage space

Bathroom

Toilet

Map



Hattori Foundation
The YAMASA Institute

1-2-1 Hanehigashi-machi, Okazaki City
Aichi Prefecture, 444-0832, Japan
Tel: +81 (0)564 55 8111
Fax: +81 (0)564 55 8113
Email: admissions@yamasa.org

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