About Accommodation



Learn and study Japanese at Kudan Institute and experience life in Japan through homestay!

At Kudan Institute of Japanese Language and Culture,「Homestay」is prepared as a means of accommodation for our students.
Homestay families are located within 60-70 minutes of the school, and living with a Japanese family will help you improve your Japanese.
Also, through everyday meals and living the day-to-day life with a host family, you will be able to personally experience Japanese culture itself.
As your coordinator, I would like to introduce the family that suits you.

Homestay Q & A

Sample Homestay Fees

※From April 1, 2025, the homestay fee per night will change from 3,000 yen to 3,300 yen.

  Term Fees
Homestay 4 weeks(28 nights) 94,000yen
12 weeks(84 nights) 262,000yen
Fee Includes
Placement Fee, breakfast & dinner for weekdays, 3meals for weekends

International Guesthouse/Share House

At Kudan Institute of Japanese Language and Culture, we arrange share houses and apartments for students to stay. The share houses introduced by our school also have Japanese people living there, so you can enjoy making friends while experiencing a new lifestyle.

For those who want to live alone, we also introduce furnished apartments.
Another advantage over homestay is that the distance to the school is closer, within 30-40 minutes.
We will introduce a house that suits your needs, such as budget and location.

Guest house Fees

Guest house Bedding Fee(One-time payment) 10,000yen
Monthly Rent 65,000yen~80,000yen
Placement Fee 5,000yen


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