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大多數人可能沒想過,規劃出國留學,應考慮的不只地點與學校,每天下課後之居住環境對於整體生活品質亦佔據相當比重。並非每個學生都有能力負擔高額房租,因此許多人會傾向選擇空間較小、位於較郊區、須長時間通車之居住地點。若您居住之環境缺乏生活支援性,若您須妥協於狹窄房間配置、漫長通勤時間,及缺乏彈性之租賃契約,您能夠投注於日語學習之心力將可能隨之降低。

YAMASA學生在住宿上擁有許多選項,可根據個人對房間設施、空間規劃、距離超市與學校距離等需求,選擇個人公寓、套房、學院式宿舍等不同形式之住宿類型。所有設施均由學校宿舍組全職管理,隨時對應各種房屋狀況。請點選網頁左側列表,得知更多住宿相關資訊,例如 :房內設備、平面圖、建築物所在地與實景寫真。

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日本住宿常見問題

If your accommodation is expensive, of poor standard or a long distance from your school, then the odds will be stacked against you. To be able to concentrate on learning the language, you need a reasonably comfortable standard of living. In most Japanese cities and especially in Tokyo, 45-90 minute one way commutes are considered normal. However for students, long commutes are neither practical nor desirable.

Good housing can be difficult for foreign students to obtain, and most real estate agencies will insist that a foreign student have a Japanese guarantor. Many Japanese institutions including universities rely very heavily on private vendors for accommodation as very few have invested in suitable accommodation for foreign students. Even if they are willing to act as a guarantor for foreign students, they have no day-to-day management control over the quality, cost, security, hygiene and cleanliness of the accommodation or over who the other residents are. To study effectively, you need a supportive environment. A "gaijin house" or mixed use dormitory is very unlikely to have residents with similar objectives or lifestyle.

Cost is also a problem. Please note that in Japan it is standard practice for most real estate agents to charge 3-6 months rent worth of 'key money' known as Reikin/Shikikin Usually this money is not returned at the end of the stay - so a student intending to study for 6 months will usually end up paying 9 months worth of rent or more. It will usually be very difficult and expensive to move accommodation due to lease agreements and non-refundable deposits.

Figures from the Japanese Language Education Information Center indicate that international students in Tokyo and Osaka pay between JPY123,500 to JPY168,800 in public transport to and from their classes alone if they study for 1 year.

YAMASA宿舍優點

By comparison Yamasa has its own (not leased) student housing within easy walking distance of the Yamasa campus. At Yamasa we have a full time Housing Office with the time and resources to look after your needs. These housing resources currently include fully furnished studio apartments, 2DK and 3DK apartments, and a 50 room custom built Student Village.

All Yamasa owned student housing is located in quiet, safe, residential areas with shops, restaurants and other facilities nearby. All accommodation provides at least double the amount of private space per student compared to similar expense accommodation in Tokyo or Osaka. There isn't a single student staying in student housing who needs to budget for the cost of public transport commuting to classes. Access to student housing is guaranteed.