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ABOUT HIPPO HOUSE

POINT 01
Our locations are in Tokyo, Saitama and Chiba
A “Guest House” is a housing style where tenants share the common areas together. It is also referred to as a “Share House”. Tenants share a living room, a kitchen, a shower and so on.
As a result, the rent is less than in ordinary rental condominiums or apartments. This housing style is popularly known as a “Gaijin House” to foreigners who live in Japan.
Here tenants can live and enjoy a cosmopolitan atmosphere, which is also cozy and homey. We attract international students and anyone who is interested in cross-cultural communication. 

POINT 02
FURNISHED ROOMS AND WELL EQUIPPED COMMON AREAS WITH INTERNET & UTILITIES INCLUDED

Hippo House does not require any deposit or reikin. Some buildings are equipped with coin laundry machines, some aren’t. All locations offer free internet service and the common areas (kitchen and bathrooms) have supplies such as kitchen appliances and other furniture items. Weekly cleaning services operate at all locations with weekly cleaning to ensure the common areas are maintained. Even with this service though, there is a nice spirit amongst tenants to help ensure cleanliness and sanitary conditions.

POINT 03
An OASIS for everyone ~ our wish for HIPPO is to have a safe and friendly atmosphere for people to live while experiencing Japan. 
HIPPO HOUSE consists of the first letters of the following words. 「Human International Peaceful People’s Oasis」
We named our company HIPPO HOUSE, reflecting our wish that this house will be a peaceful space where people gather from around the world.
Hippo is an abbreviation of hippopotamus and hippopotamuses, like pigeons evoke the image of something serene and content. So, our logo of a hippopotamus was designed.
People are coming to HIPPO HOUSE from various countries and we welcome people from any country. Here is an international atmosphere for those who want to polish their languages and those who aim at doing international business and activities.
POINT 04
Our Hippopotamus Logo:
Shortly after the War, a leading confectionary company used “Kaba” (Japanese for hippopotamus) for their company name,
regarding “Kaba” as “a symbol of children’s dreams and peace”.

Affordable,
comfortable and fun international sharehouses
with people from around the globe.

If you are interested in living in one of our properties, please contact us by phone or via the contact form below.
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