Where to stay in Tokyo?
The answer is International Share House 634 in Asakusa.
634 is pronounced as “Musashi” in Japanese pun. The area of Tokyo used to be called as Musashi province, and 634 is also the height of Tokyo Skytree (634 meters), which is nearby our share house.
International Share House 634 is established for visitors from abroad who are staying long in Japan, for example: those who are holding working holiday visa, working visa, student visa, etc. We are here to support your life in Japan. We offer a comfortable base, and we organize activities to help our residents to build a social life in Japan. We also encourage Japanese who are planning to study, work or go backpacking abroad in near future.
We are located in Asakusa, one of the most friendly, international and historic neighborhoods in Tokyo. It’s only 7 minutes walk from Asakusa station. Asakusa station provides direct access to both Ginza and Asakusa lines. Moreover, the Tokyo Skytree is located within 17 minutes walking distance. Our traditional Japanese style house is beautifully renovated, with wi-fi and air conditioning in every room. Come and enjoy our open and warm atmosphere!
Free Japanese Lesson
We offer Free Japanese Lesson at least once a week, and other free language activities for residents.
- Fully furnished private rooms throughout the building.
- A mixed semi-private dorm with 8 spacious and comfortable cabin beds for privacy.
- A female dorm with 6 huge cabins, so there is enough room for stowing your belongings.
- A spacious and fully stocked kitchen (with nabe table!) where residents can show off their cooking skills and have parties together and with friends.
- A Super chill and warm common/study room with a huge hand-made laptop table, retro furniture.
- Shower rooms with hot water.
- A set of laundry machine. (200 yen)
- Bicycle parking slots.
- Designated smoking area.
- All facilities are included in the price (high speed internet, gas stove, heating, water and electricity).