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Relaxation comes from leisure

"The most important one is the score of the break in the game as a life."

In the early 19th century, French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte stressed the importance of spending his "leisure" (or "off") time at home rather than on the battlefield.

It's true that many of us have become so busy with our daily lives that our homes have become places where we just sleep. You want to play, but you don't have the time. You want to start a hobby, but you don't have the money. You can't concentrate on your work at home. Before you realize, you may be tired of living a life of "nothing"

The house is located in Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, the gateway to Tokyo, and is a 7-minute walk from Shimousa-Nakayama Station on the JR Chuo and Sobu Lines and Baraki-Nakayama Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line. Tokyo Share Ichikawa is a large scale share house with a total of 50 units and 4 floors, offering a wide variety of facilities and spacious common areas.

The charm of this share house is its numerous facilities that will tickle the fancy of its residents. There's a music room, fitness studio, billiard table, reading area, bar counter, and even a piano. In addition to entertainment, there are also many places to spend your own relaxing time.

What do you think of a life with your own "leisure time" in a space that is like a treasure chest packed full of relaxing and playful ideas for adults?

Now, let's take a peek inside the house!

Details are here: TOKYO SHARE Ichikawa

 

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Enjoy a relaxing lounge with a relaxed atmosphere.

The deep and spacious lounge has a great sense of openness. The dining table can accommodate 6 or 4 people, and there's also a bar counter. You have your own choices of spending your own private time or just relax and chat with your housemates. For another option, it's surely fun to have a party with all 50 residents.

In the back, you can see the dining room and kitchen. This makes it easy to carry food around. Be sure to enjoy a cup of "good morning" coffee and "good job" drinks in the evening.

The seats by the window are great for those who want to concentrate on their studies or work. The wood-grained interior creates a space that caters to each person's lifestyle. When you open the door to the lounge, you'll find the self-introduction board for each of your fellow residents. This is where you might start meeting new people.

A window seat with a secure personal space. It looks like you'll be able to make progress with your work. The bookcase looks great as interior design. Your favorite books could be a great source of conversation.
A large screen TV and a sofa. There's also a game room, so it's sure to be a lot of fun. You can enjoy a nice cup of tea on your days off here.

 

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Fully equipped business size kitchen. Suitable for cooking with a large number of people.

Large kitchen is located beside the living room. The first surprise is the wide variety of cooking utensils that have been placed everywhere. It's just like a restaurant kitchen, with a wide variety of utensils. It's totally impossible to have the same environment if you were to just live by yourself.

You can even cook for several people at once, and with this much space, it looks like it's going to be plenty of use for a home party. The large refrigerator can also be used to store a lot of food. Those who love to cook will find this a perfect place to expand their repertoire.

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Pots and pans of various sizes under the stove. You can cook anything! This kitchen is a great place to get to know your coworkers through cooking.
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There's also a wide variety of party supplies. It makes you look forward to the holidays. Here's a shot from the counter kitchen. You can get an image of the size of the room from this photo.

  

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Bright and warm. Relax in your own room.

At Tokyo Share Ichikawa, the 1st floor is the common area including the living room and shower room, and the 2nd to 4th floors are private rooms. The rooms are spacious enough for one person to use alone, they look more than comfortable enough to live in.

Because you're living together, you'll want to make sure you have plenty of private time.

The sunlight streaming in through the large window wraps the room brightly. You can enjoy your sharehouse life at your own pace. The wallpaper in each room is said to be different, so be sure to look for a room that's just right for you.

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It contains a bed, desk, air conditioner, refrigerator, and even wifi. The wallpaper is very stylish.
The bathroom with a bathtub on the first floor. After work, you can relax your body and mind. Here's a look at the 1st-floor bathroom. There's also a washing machine and multiple shower rooms in the back.

 

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As you can imagine, this house has been carefully designed to color your everyday life.

As you enter the building from the entrance, what catches your eye is a stylish billiard table and electronic piano. If you look closely, there's a space for table tennis in the back. In addition to the lounge I mentioned earlier, Tokyo Share Ichikawa also has a music room and a fitness studio where you can fully enjoy your hobbies.

The music room is soundproof, so you can sing as loud as you want or have a session with your friends. You can devote yourself to music without disturbing others. The fitness room next door is also furnished with a full range of equipment. There's even a mirror so you can do yoga with your roommates.

It's an experience that's hard to have when you're living alone. For those who want to deepen their hobbies and challenge themselves with new things, this is the perfect place for you.

 

Playing music, listening to music, etc. An image of the fitness studio. It's large enough to be used by multiple people.
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You don't even need to go to the gym anymore. Refresh your mind with the electronic piano. This is especially popular around foreigners.

 

This is a house where you can find a lifestyle to suit your tastes.

Did you have a good time at this house?

MAVALAS, the company that manages Tokyo Share Ichikawa, aims to create a home where even those who are new to share houses can live in peace. As they say, their spacious space is filled with a sense of care for both community and privacy.

The music room, bar counter, and fitness room...entertainment facilities that will make you look forward to coming back home, as well as a lounge area to soothingly unwind after a hard day's work. I never had enough time, money, or space to live on my own, but this share house has created an environment that makes you forget those worries.

The secret to happiness lies in "leisure time. Because you work so hard, this is the kind of luxurious time you want to enjoy.

What's next for your weekend? Maybe you'll pick up a musical instrument and perform your favorite songs for your housemates. Maybe you'll cook a delicious meal and have fun talking to each other. You could read all day long, or maybe take a nap in the breeze.

Imagination is a constant source of new curiosity. Sometimes that can be the impetus to try something new. Because of the large number of people in the house, you may meet people you've never met before. Of course, it's up to you to decide what kind of lifestyle you want to lead, but why not try to find a new side to yourself here at Tokyo Share Ichikawa?

 

/Author:Kazuki, Photo: Sugi

 

TOKYO SHARE Ichikawa
House DetailTOKYO SHARE Ichikawa
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Rent ¥46,000 ~ ¥46,000
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Condition Male, Female
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