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Akamonkai Japanese Language School owns several student dormitories with a capacity of approximately 400 residents near the school campuses.

The school also manages a considerable number of privately-owned dormitories.
Because the school either owns or manages the dormitories, fees are low and entry procedures are simple, allowing you to have a smooth start to life in Japan.

Special Features of the Dormitories

  • The rents are very reasonable due to own dormitories of Akamonkai
  • Located within walking distance or within a 15 minute bicycle ride to campus
  • All dormitories are within five minutes on foot from the closest train station
  • Because all dormitories come equipped with kitchen appliances, furniture and the Internet, there are no difficult applications to complete and no extra expenses, so you can start enjoying life in Japan right after you arrive
  • Newly opened "Minami Kouen Dormitory" is for women only and with all private rooms, so female students can feel safe and comfortable
* There are no mattress or blanket in the student dormitories, so please should bring your own, or apply in advance to the school for a bedding

Detailed information for large dormitories

Akamonkai Japanese Language School, Higashiogu Dormitory

Five minutes on foot from the station

Within 15 minutes by bicycle to the school

Convenient for hassle free daily living, with a shopping arcade, hospital, supermarket, etc nearby.

Higashiogu Dorm

Higashiogu Dorm

Higashiogu Dorm

Address Akamonkai Higashiogu Dormitory, 8-40-2 Higashiogu, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo 116-0012
Nearest station Kumanomae Station (Nippori-Toneri Liner)
Distance to school 12-14 min. by bicycle
Communal facilities showers, toilets, kitchen, microwave ovens
Room facilities refrigerator, bed (frame only), computer desk, chair, closet
Internet is free, but the other utilities are charged separately from the rent.
Other info Nearby is a supermarket, hospital and shopping street, just a 5-minute walk from the dorm when heading toward Kumanomae Station.

 

Akamonkai Japanese Language School, Nippori Dormitory

Close to three train stations

A three to four minute walk to the Main campus

A six or seven minute walk to the Nippori campus

Great location with a supermarket, hospital, and library nearby

 

Nippori Dorm

Nippori Dorm

Address Akamonkai Nippori Dormitory, 6-52-7 Higashinippori, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo 116-0014
Nearest station Nippori and Mikawashima stations
Distance to school 3-4 min. on foot to Main campus, 6-7 min. on foot to Nippori Campus
Communal facilities showers, toilets, kitchen (for 5-6 people at a time)
Room facilities refrigerator, bed (frame only), computer desk, chair, closet, microwave oven
Internet is free, but the other utilities are charged separately from the rent.
Other info A supermarket, hospital and library are nearby.

 

Minami Kouen Dormitory (a women-only dormitory)

Five minutes on foot from the station

Within 10 minutes on foot to school

Because it's a dormitory for women only, with all private rooms, residents can feel safe and comfortable

>Minami Kouen Dorm<

  • >Minami Kouen Dorm
  • >Minami Kouen Dorm
  • >Minami Kouen Dorm
Address Akamonkai Minami Kouen Dormitory, 5-8-10, Higashinippori, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo 116-0014
Nearest station JR Nippori and Uguisudani stations
Distance to school 10 min. on foot to Main Campus and Nippori Campus
Communal facilities showers, toilets, microwave ovens
Room facilities refrigerator, bed (frame only), computer desk, chair
Internet is free, but the other utilities are charged separately from the rent.

 

Blatcher Daniel James United Kingdom

I'd rather live in the dorms, which have more space, since the rent is the same anyway. The dorms are also close to the station.

Akamonkai's dormitories are really spacious and they have kitchens too. When I came to Japan I looked around at apartments close to the school which were around the same rent as Akamonkai's dormitories, however I liked how spacious the dormitories were and their kitchens, and I decided to stay in the dorms instead. The neighborhood also has a supermarket, and is close to the station, making it very convenient. At first, sharing a room was a little stressful, but I have more friends now and every day is fun.

Blatcher Daniel James United Kingdom


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