BORDERLESS HOUSE is a share house community that strives to create a multicultural environment in Japan. They promote cultural exchange with Japan and other countries all over the world. To do this, they ensure each house’s ratio is 50:50, half Japanese and half foreign residents.
Join BORDERLESS HOUSE, the biggest Multicultural Share Community in Japan
Living in Japan as a non-Japanese resident is difficult at times, but living in a place like BORDERLESS HOUSE means you can ask your Japanese housemates immediately for help. There are always people around to help you. And this is what makes BORDERLESS HOUSE special. BORDERLESS HOUSE is for people who want to make friends from all over the world, have fun, and get better at a language skill simultaneously.
You are spoilt for choice as BORDERLESS HOUSE has 120 houses and over 10,000 tenants. They even have houses overseas in Korea and Taiwan; that’s how multicultural they are! Their houses are in great, convenient locations, and Tokyo houses are always within a 15-minute walk to the station. Shared rooms or private, small houses with 6 people or larger buildings with 30, we’re sure you can find the perfect home with BORDERLESS HOUSE.
Cheap Quarantine Stay!
①2-week quarantine stay for only 55,000 yen
②Airport Pick-up service included
③Daily life support during quarantine
④Fun activities and programs
Are you planning on moving to Japan soon, but worried about the 2-week quarantine that awaits you after you arrive? If you reserve a room at BORDERLESS HOUSE (a minimum of 3 months’ stay is required), you can get a 2-week quarantine accommodation worth 70,000~100,000 yen for just 55,000 yen.
BORDERLESS HOUSE will fully support you in your transition to your new life in Japan. They will choose your quarantine accommodation for you, and you will be picked up from the airport. During quarantine using public transport is prohibited, even from the airport. BORDERLESS HOUSE will pick you up and drop you off at the quarantine accommodation for free, no need to worry about taxi prices.
The support doesn’t stop there; you will also be assisted in getting used to Japan life while in quarantine. You will be instructed on how to use food delivery services and apps, buy necessities, sort garbage, and other tips useful for life in Japan.
But what will I do during the 2-week quarantine time? You can join your share house chat group and get to know your new housemates before moving in. Get stuck into the Borderless Mates Programs to pass the time. In these programs, you can join language exchanges and learn Japanese or find people who share similar interests with you in the Online Club Activities program.
Find out more about the quarantine service here.
BORDERLESS HOUSE Career Service
BORDERLESS HOUSE aims to help its tenants not only in the necessity of finding somewhere to live but also finding a job. Their Ē・SHOKU・JŪ Housing & Career Support Program is BORDERLESS HOUSE’s career support service in partnership with Sociarise co.,ltd.
Tenants can use the career support program for free and get regular career support. As well as counseling, the service provides job-hunting tips, Japanese business manners, resume writing, interview coaching, and more!
Are you interested in moving to a BORDERLESS HOUSE and looking for a job? Not only is key money (usually 30,000 yen) waivered for users of the Housing & Career Support Program, but you can get up to 3 months’ rent discount, and when a tenant lands a job, their house will be given a monetary gift as a prize! Party time!
Join their online career support seminars for career advice. The seminars are held every month, and anyone can attend; you don’t need to be a BORDERLESS HOUSE resident. Their next online seminar is Saturday 14th November at 11:00~12:30 in English and 15:00~16:30 in Japanese. If you are unable to join the November seminar, please feel free to send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org for detailed information on seminars in December and January.
BORDERLESS MATES PROGRAM
BORDERLESS HOUSE has four special programs for tenants to help build relationships and communication between residents.
Get to know other residents and make friends while practicing your language skills. This is an online service that helps tenants connect and learn new language skills. Both 1 on 1 and group language exchanges are available, and because BORDERLESS HOUSE is so multinational, you can choose from many different languages.
Through Club Activities, residents can connect with other residents who have the same hobbies. You can enjoy both online and offline activities with residents of similar interests. Get together to enjoy your favorite pastime, share your own culture with a food party introducing your country’s cuisine, you are sure to find a club activity you want to join.
Borderless Mates Library
Through this service, you can search for a resident you are interested in connecting with. Maybe you share interests or want to know more about them or their country. Once you register, you can find someone from the large library of BORDERLESS HOUSE residents and connect with them online to learn from them and start a wonderful friendship.
This is a program that you can find great books = Mates that would be your perfect partners!
Although currently on hold and waiting for the COVID-19 travel restrictions to lift, Borderless Travel is an exceptional service for BORDERLESS residents who love to travel. Tenants can stay at BORDERLESS HOUSES around the world (Japan, Korea, Taiwan) for free from 1 week up to 1 month! A free house exchange! The moving fee is free, and you can even stay longer for a discounted price if you wish. Or just meet up with residents from houses overseas and explore the area with an insider, a local who knows all the best secret spots!
Find out more about the BORDERLESS MATES PROGRAMS on the homepage here.
No Key Money! Autumn Campaign at BORDERLESS HOUSE
Get information on the special Autumn Campaign here. Don’t miss out and reserve your room now to make the most of the special deal!
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