The Ogikubo area has many restaurants, bars, karaoke venues, shops, supermarkets, and ramen shops. There are many interesting shops near the house, such as a ramen shop, a delicious ginger bakery that is open only on weekdays, and another unique bakery. There is also a Family Mart and Universal Drug Store. Even if you come home late, you are safe because the house is along a main street. It is very convenient for shopping since there is a LUMINE, Seiyu, and Donki in front of the station.
It is an apartment sharehouse but with two stories, it feels like a house. The kitchen is enormous and includes an oven which is rare in in Japan. The living room has a large TV, dining table, and sofa. People can eat, study, watch movies, hold parties, and invite over friends.
Currently, there are Japanese, Canadian and South African housemates. Regardless of occupation or nationality, they interact harmoniously. It seems that housemates often go out to have fun.
Come on UP sharehouses have weekly cleaning routines shared among housemates. There is an opportunity to discuss cleaning and house rules at the monthly house meeting with a house manager. People can bond will making sure their living space remains clean and comfortable.
If you're a friendly resident and you're new to sharehouses, you'll enjoy living here.!