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Students Dormitory

The school offers a dormitory room option for all the students. Each dorm facility will be fully equipped. There will be a full-time staff, 24 hours a day supporting the students with their living and health condition needs. Fukuoka is a generally less expensive area to live in, compared to places such as Osaka or Tokyo. This should help to reduce your living cost burdens.

Dormitory Fee Deposit
Dormitory Fee
60,000円
Deposit
20,000円

* The deposit payment for the dormitory entrance fee, needs to be paid one year before arrival.

Kokubu Dormitory : Boys Dormitory /A 6 story building / 10 minutes by bicycle to and from the school

We maintain and manage the dormitory in order to make every student have a comfortable experience. People may have lots of anxious and insecure feelings to start a life in a new country. However, we will support you thoroughly. Let's enjoy a new living situation with other students from around Asia together.

Types of Rooms Dormitory Fee for 1 month (For one person) Facilities
Large: (Double Room)
Dormitory Fee for 1 month (For one person)
9,000円
Facilities
Kitchen, Gas Stove, Toilet, Wash Basin, Bathroom, Refrigerator, Bed, WIFI, Room Air-conditioner, Chair, Balcony, Clothesline
Medium: (Single Room)
Dormitory Fee for 1 month (For one person)
15,000円
Facilities
Kitchen, Gas Stove, Toilet, Wash Basin, Bathroom, Refrigerator, Bed, WIFI, Room Air-conditioner, Chair, Balcony, Clothesline

* The dormitory entrance fee, the deposit and the utility bill will all be paid separately.

My Dormitory Experience
RAI JAPAN Student in October 2016

It is a little bit hard to live in the dormitory for foreign students in the beginning. At first, we do not know anything about the dormitory. We do not know well about the rules of the dormitory as well as the rules of Japan. There were lots of problems that I had to face. Dormitory living in Japan is a lot different than in my country. However, the daily life in the dormitory becomes much more enjoyable as time goes on. In the beginning, it was a lonely place because there were no family members and friends around. You will gradually get used to living in the dormitory after about six months. After that it will be a fun place to live. You will be able to understand things about the dormitory, have new friendships and experience the culture of Japan. I learned various beneficial things there. In the dormitory, you will have to do everything on your own like going food shopping, cooking your own food and so on. I believe that once you learn these things, you can do anything on your own even after you leave the dormitory. I met many new friends from different countries while living together in the dormitory. So I was able to learn the cultures of different countries. I think I grew up a lot during my time in the dormitory.

Mii Dormitory, I : Girls Dormitory/A two story building / 15 minutes by bicycle to and from school

The cultural habits in Japan are different than other countries. We will support you to become familiar with the Japanese culture and customs as soon as possible. We are waiting for many energetic students to join us.

Types of Rooms Dormitory Fee for 1 month (For one person) Facilities
Twin use (One Room)
Dormitory Fee for 1 month (For one person)
9,000円
Facilities
Kitchen, Gas cooker, Lavatory, Bathroom, Refrigerator, Air Conditioner, Desk, Chair, Veranda, Laundry‐Line pole, Bed, Wi-Fi

* The dormitory entrance fee, the deposit and the utility bill will all be paid separately.

Mii Dormitory, II : Girls Dormitory /A two story building / 15 minutes by bicycle to and from school

Types of Rooms Dormitory Fee for 1 month (For one person) Facilities
Single use (One Room)
Dormitory Fee for 1 month (For one person)
11,000円
Facilities
Kitchen, Gas cooker, Lavatory, Bathroom, Refrigerator, Air Conditioner, Desk, Chair, Veranda, Laundry‐Line pole, Wi-Fi

* The dormitory entrance fee, the deposit and the utility bill will all be paid separately.

My Dormitory Experience
ZHANG YA MEI Student from April 2016

I am a student from China and had been living in the school dormitory. It was a very comfortable and enjoyable life in the dormitory. In the beginning, it was hard to spend days far from my family members and living alone in a new country. However, I have lived in the dormitory since I arrived in Japan and now I do not feel lonely as I did before. The dormitory was a wonderful experience for me in Japan. I was able to make friends from different countries, got advice on studying from the elder classmates and also experienced lots of different things. I got support from the dormitory manager when I faced some difficulties. Thankfully, I got used to the life in Japan soon and was able to spend a valuable time in my new situation. It is very convenient living in a dormitory. Different things have been equipped here. For example, the TV, refrigerator, as well as other electric appliances. There is also Wi-Fi capabilities in the rooms. There are lots of greenery in the surroundings and you can see beautiful scenery around the town. It is a little bit far from the school, but it is a better place for studying with a peaceful environment. Dormitory living is one of the more memorable moments as a foreign student. I think the memories of life in the dormitory were unforgettable and will remain with me forever.