The Shared house“Kirakuso” is a two-story share house which locates two minutes away from Okayama Station.
It is a sixty years old wooden building, and was used to be a Japanese Inn (“Ryokan” in Japanese).
Living room/ Kitchen/ TV/ Refrigerator/ Kitchen tools/ Dishware/ Shower room/ Hair dryer/
Restrooms (Western style on the 1F, Japanese style on the 2F)/ Washstand/ Washing machine/ Laundry pole/
Vacuum cleaner/ Wi-Fi
The first payment
When moving in, you need to pay Daily pay rent for the month you move in Maintenance and Repair charge 20,000 yen.
Maintenance and Repair Charge 20,000 yen (Won’t be refunded.)
Pay rent for the next month + Utility charge (Will be noticed on every 20th)
The utility charge is split by the number of residents every month.
Need to be paid during 20th to the last of the month.
Pay Rent 35,000 yen per month
Utility Charges Differs based on each month. The cost is split by the number of residents.
(About 5,000 yen per month on average. Goes up to around 10,000 yen in the middle of summer/ winter)
Will be noticed on every 20th
If you overdue the payment, please contact the manager as soon as possible.
We will ask you to displace in the case of multiple/ pernicious nonpayment.
(Utility charge for the month you move in might be comparatively expensive than
other month since the cost is split equally by the residents.)
For those people considering to stay for less than a month
Total payment 45,000 yen
(House Rent 35,000 yen + Maintenance and Utility Charge 10,000 yen)
Also, feel free to contact the Guesthouse and Lounge Toriikuguru for staying.
Web site: here
Rental Bedding Sets
For those people staying at the share house less than three months, we have rental bedding sets.
Please contact the resident manager in advance.
The facility of Kirakuso is kept clean and tidy thanks to the residents.
Please be respectful to the facility and other residents.
Let the resident manager know at least one month before about moving out.
Housing fee for the month you leave will be counted by daily pay rent.
The utility fee will be covered by the maintenance and repair charge you paid when moving in.